Joseph D. Smith
Joseph D. Smith is a long-time author and poet, who started writing in 2003, mostly that of poetry. Short-stories are apart of his art, while he focuses the most on poetry and article-writing. Joseph is a philosopher and scientist, who heavily theorizes on the nature of reality and the mind. His understanding of conceptual ideas are of the highest capacity! more »
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Joseph D. Smith Poems
The Cat and The Gnat
There was a cat with a stylish hat, The cat sat on a red gymnastics mat. There was a teeny-tiny gnat, Much too small to fit in the cat's hat,
You Fear You' Anger
What do you fear? Does it make you angry? What do you hear, about fear? What does it take, to make you angry?
Enduring Judgement, Alone
Your beautiful mind, Your hazel eyes, Turned black inside my heart.
D aunting - H aunting
D aunting - H aunting A unting - A unting U nting - U nting N ting - N ting
The Evil Child Who Was Never Born
Once upon an ungodly night, God appeared to a disturbed young child,
Habit Of Insanity
Deep inside of the tunnel... I don't want to go. There is this place inside... I remember the details oh so well. When I forget to take my meds... I will go into
Repeat This love Burning so hot.
Dumbed Down High School
There was once a high school accused of being dumbed down, Two sides existed on how to run the school. On one side there was this snob,
Cross In The Darkness Of The Night
There was a cross in the darkness of the night, Grass swaying as if waiting for something to happen... It was a cold, dark, and foggy night, The wind was a light breeze with the hums of the dead.
Oh The Fat Irony
Frogs float on water so gently, While I sink so deep. Flies buzz around food so silently, While I get fat so steep.
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(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
(10 December 1830 – 15 May 1886)
(26 April 1564 - 23 April 1616)
(12 July 1904 – 23 September 1973)
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(16 August 1920 – 9 March 1994)
The Cat and The Gnat
There was a cat with a stylish hat,
The cat sat on a red gymnastics mat.
There was a teeny-tiny gnat,
Much too small to fit in the cat's hat,
Who tried to outdo the confident cat.
The gnat tumbled around on the mat,
The cat grumbled jealously at the gnat,
The cat then ate that over-confident gnat!
The cat tumbled on that very same mat,
Much like the delicious gnat,
And he took off his vibrant hat.