Tsani Jones

Rookie (May 17,1970 / Atlanta, Georgia, United States)

Tsani Jones Poems

1. A Soft Kill 2/19/2006
2. Speak To Me 2/19/2006
3. No Escape 2/19/2006
4. Hope 2.0, Or My Destruction 2/19/2006
5. Le Sauveur De Mon Coeur 2/19/2006
6. Migrants 2/19/2006
7. A Patch Of Weeds 2/19/2006
8. Incorporeal 2/19/2006
9. Nakoosi 2/19/2006
10. Solitude 2/19/2006
11. The Land Of The No Names 2/19/2006
12. Mending The Hoop 2/19/2006
13. Perfect 4/5/2006
14. The Butterfly Queen 4/5/2006
15. A Moment Of Your Time 4/9/2006
16. Melt 4/9/2006
17. You Are Not The Poet 4/29/2006
18. A Much Needed Walk 5/16/2006
19. Colpo Di Divisione Dell'Amore 5/16/2006
20. March 5/16/2006
21. Sleep, My Demon 5/19/2006
22. Eastern Guard 5/22/2006
23. Regeneration Of The Child 5/22/2006
24. Six O'Clock 5/22/2006
25. Another Fine Day 5/25/2006
26. The Empty Chair 5/25/2006
27. Pane Of Glass 7/2/2006
28. In My Box 7/2/2006
29. Ruins, Her Monument 7/2/2006
30. Lover - Spirit - Resistance 7/2/2006
31. Global Warming 7/11/2006
32. Seafoam 7/11/2006
33. A Lady Vintner 7/11/2006
34. For One Certain Lady 3/5/2006
35. The Glance 3/5/2006
36. Balance 3/5/2006
37. If She Said 3/5/2006
38. Jade Dragons 3/5/2006
39. She Smiled 3/5/2006
40. Within Without 3/5/2006

Comments about Tsani Jones

There is no comment submitted by members..
Best Poem of Tsani Jones

Ambrosia

It was the taste
Of salt water on those
Soft pillow lips that reminded
Him of making love to her on the beach...

Under the stars
A glowing tapestry
Of god's chiristmas lights
Sparkling, every day a new holiday to celebrate.

Through his love-stained goggles
It was not mere illumination,
But a heavenly candy store
Of divine sugar crystal.

And he adored her.

A smell of lavender
Coupled with the flower
Of her womanhood
Mixed into a floral shop
Designed by Nature.

Her hair was as the
Flames of Troy burning,
As the ...

Read the full of Ambrosia

Le Sauveur De Mon Coeur

She moves through the shadows,
A force unknown.
Her eyes layers of energy
Holding the keys that fit a
Complicated lock of bound passion.

Even in slumber she travels
To the place that none dare
Enter, that sacred room

[Report Error]