Donna Nimmo


Donna Nimmo Poems

1. My Love 11/22/2005
2. Does It Matter 12/4/2005
3. Groceries 12/12/2005
4. Social Security Reform 11/27/2005
5. Finding Work 12/8/2005
6. Trying To Find A Job 11/29/2005
7. Donna's Story 11/30/2005
8. Watching My Weight 12/1/2005
9. Because You Love Me 11/30/2005
10. Nursing Home Neglect 11/30/2005
11. My Aunt's Murder 11/30/2005
12. Mr. Right 12/1/2005
13. If Only 11/27/2005
14. Sad This Christmas 12/14/2005
15. Weather Phobia 12/16/2005
16. Silence 1/12/2006
17. Hello Mr. 1/12/2006
18. She Wonders 1/14/2006
19. Tequila 1/14/2006
20. Live In The Jungle 1/16/2006
21. Me 1/16/2006
22. Fish Dinner 1/16/2006
23. Maid 1/17/2006
24. Emptiness 1/27/2006
25. The Chicken 1/29/2006
26. The Lonely House-Wife 1/31/2006
27. Embrace My Love 2/27/2006
28. Hurricane Rita 11/23/2005
29. Alone 11/23/2005
30. The War Hero 1/14/2006
31. Cheated On 1/14/2006
32. Who Helen Was 11/21/2005
33. Mother Dear 11/22/2005
34. Sad Holidays 11/25/2005
35. My Children 11/26/2005
36. A Time At The Beach 11/26/2005
37. Mothers Horror 11/27/2005
38. Kindness 11/28/2005
39. Predicting Ones Life 11/28/2005
40. She Loves Alone 5/20/2006
Best Poem of Donna Nimmo

Happy Mothers Day In Heaven

I reached for your hand, It wasn’t there
I needed your heart, you didn’t care
I was born to you, you couldn’t love me
I was a mistake, you needed to be free

I don’t blame you, life dealt you a bad deal
You never knew love, and could not heal
Abandoned yourself, a very young child
You needed your freedom, to be wild

Trapped like a wild animal all your life
So much burden to have children and be a wife
Made bad choices, abuse was all you knew
The worst of mankind is what you drew

You never healed from being a kid
I couldn’t understand back ...

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Depression

Don't want to live
Don't want to die
Sometimes I just need to cry
So I get out paper and pen
Once again depression sneaking in
I'm so lost within my soul
Pain from the past, trying to control
Darkness trying to steal my light
Trying to turn my day, into night

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