Joy Lovelet Crawford

Rookie (December 8th 1963 / Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica. W.I)

Joy Lovelet Crawford Poems

1. Woman Invincible 3/22/2007
2. Eruption 3/22/2007
3. Helpless 3/30/2007
4. My Ghost 10/16/2007
5. The Next Time 6/24/2008
6. You On Me 6/24/2008
7. Damsel 6/24/2008
8. Anticipation 6/24/2008
9. A Smile 11/5/2008
10. Amoeba 11/5/2008
11. Another Place 11/5/2008
12. By Whose Authority/Who Am I 11/5/2008
13. Change 11/5/2008
14. For All Who Dare To Love 11/5/2008
15. Friends 11/5/2008
16. I Want To Love You 11/5/2008
17. I Wondered Who Made It So 11/5/2008
18. My Destiny To Give 11/5/2008
19. My Man 11/5/2008
20. New Plea 11/5/2008
21. No Fight 11/5/2008
22. No Return 11/5/2008
23. No Words 11/5/2008
24. None Compare 11/5/2008
25. Prelude 11/5/2008
26. Recovery 11/5/2008
27. Standing In The Shadows 11/5/2008
28. The Chains Of The Past 11/5/2008
29. The Cry Of A Humble Man 11/5/2008
30. The Discipline Of Nature 11/5/2008
31. The Fool Of Oneself 11/5/2008
32. The Inevitable 11/5/2008
33. The Joy Of Life 11/5/2008
34. The Joy Of Very Few 11/5/2008
35. The Prisoner The Society 11/5/2008
36. The Sweet Bitter Twinge Of Love 11/5/2008
37. Know Your Ways 11/5/2008
38. Life Is What You Make Of It 11/5/2008
39. Listen Wisely 11/5/2008
40. Love 11/5/2008
Best Poem of Joy Lovelet Crawford

Childs Destiny

What is a child’s destiny?
Is it our corrupt family structure, politics, prices, poverty, poor housing or our social condition?

Is it fair to let him face such a world?
Why create a generation and let them die in no time
Is it fair to let him face such a world?
Why create a child without a destiny.

Don’t do it for fun or for a pastime,
A child is important
Never create a being without a purpose
Think about the destiny of a child.

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Helpless

There is a force that drives my being
Stronger than any I have ever seen
A force so intense, I can’t resist
It haunts me, as it whirls and twist
My mind finds no peace
The pains in my heart never cease
For I fight the force
Not sure of its source
Alone I face the powerful phenomenon

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