louis rams

Freshman - 794 Points (09/13/1943 / new york city)

louis rams Poems

1. Time 11/4/2008
2. How Many Tears 11/5/2008
3. Happiness 11/5/2008
4. Dejavu 11/5/2008
5. To Dream 11/5/2008
6. America In Turmoil 11/6/2008
7. After Election Thoughts 11/6/2008
8. Your Eyes 11/6/2008
9. Harmony 11/6/2008
10. My Worst Enemy 11/7/2008
11. The Love 11/7/2008
12. Misery 11/8/2008
13. The Sacrifice 11/8/2008
14. In The Midst Of War 11/10/2008
15. Tender Elders 11/10/2008
16. The Task 11/15/2008
17. He 11/15/2008
18. Not My Time To Go 11/17/2008
19. Loss 11/18/2008
20. Voice Of The Apostle 11/18/2008
21. Angels 11/18/2008
22. Cherubs 11/19/2008
23. The Rose 11/21/2008
24. This Ring 11/22/2008
25. Christmas Belief 11/22/2008
26. Thru His Eyes 11/23/2008
27. Marriage 10/28/2008
28. Loneliness Is A Hurting Thing 10/28/2008
29. Bitterness And Hate 10/30/2008
30. Purpose To Life 10/30/2008
31. We Hear-We Care 10/30/2008
32. Mothers Of The World 11/2/2008
33. Young Poets Society 11/2/2008
34. Who Is To Say 11/2/2008
35. The Test 11/2/2008
36. My Poetrys Flicker Of Light 11/3/2008
37. The Lie 11/4/2008
38. Window Panes 11/4/2008
39. Thread Sofetly 10/27/2008
40. Family 11/24/2008
Best Poem of louis rams

Expectant Mother

she is gentle-yet strong-meek yet bold.
she is a woman to behold.
she is a expectant mother as we can see.
waiting for her child to be set free.

sleepng in the fetal position-does'nt help her disposition.
feeling the kicks at home and at work
and thinking that all men are jerks.

she wonders about the nine months that she must go through.
if she will have the strength to survive
and if her husband will be by her side.

when she is in her chair at night
she sees her stomach as a glorious sight.
there is a child in her waiting to be fed
and ...

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The Preacher Girl

She was a little girl about seven or eight
Had a dream but couldn’t wait.
Said she been dreaming of this since she was two
And knew just what she had to do.
She felt the LORD in her soul –that to preach she was told.
She told her preacher what she felt inside
And it was something that she could not hide.
She would preach the gospel while in school
While other kids thought her “the fool “.

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