Monina Furigay

Rookie - 2 Points (October 7,1996)

Monina Furigay Poems

1. Stuck In A Daydream 7/4/2011
2. A Tale Of Two Friends 8/16/2011
3. A World Without You 9/12/2011
4. Deep Black Eyes 9/23/2011
5. Climbing Fear-A Response To The City Of Beasts By Isabel Allende 8/24/2011
6. These Chains 1/10/2012
7. Cherry Blossom 9/24/2011
8. Reality And Dreams 7/5/2011
9. Friday The 13th 7/4/2011
10. Inversions 8/29/2011
11. That Little Blossom 1/22/2012
12. Half Full 5/9/2012
13. Why? 9/23/2011
14. The Spirit Of The Forest 1/22/2012
15. I Don’t Know 2/4/2012
16. A Price To Pay 5/9/2012
17. Yet To Be Broken 9/6/2011
18. Misconception 9/6/2011
19. The Poem You Hate 9/9/2011
20. Milk White, Blood-Red 9/11/2011
21. Through The Crack- A Response To The City Of Beasts By Isabel Allende 8/25/2011
22. The Water Of Health- A Response To The City Of Beasts By Isabel Allende 8/26/2011
23. Don'T Wear Makeup At My Funeral 8/29/2011
24. My Name 10/3/2011
25. I'M Sorry 10/30/2011
26. Never Reject A Pauper 11/30/2011
27. One Day 12/3/2011
28. The First 12/6/2011
29. Missing Angel 1/3/2012
30. What If 7/4/2011
31. Utterly Strangers 7/4/2011
32. If I Told You 7/4/2011
33. Labels 8/18/2011
34. Suffocating 8/20/2011
35. A 'Normal' Grandmother-A Response To The City Of Beasts By Isabel Allende 8/23/2011
36. The Nightmare-A Response To The City Of Beasts By Isabel Allende 8/23/2011
37. Unlock Me 7/5/2011
38. You Don'T Know 7/4/2011
39. I Need To Write A Poem 7/5/2011
40. Guitar In The Dark 7/26/2011
Best Poem of Monina Furigay

Stuck In A Daydream

He's standing there
playing with my hair
Laughing and smiling
Life seems fair

'I'll never choose another'
He whispers, handing me flowers
He leans in for a kiss
I'm weak for his power

But I never got those flowers
Or the kiss I would've missed
I was just stuck in a daydream
that caused me to wish...

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Friday The 13th

My heart’s beating hard
about to burst
I’m dizzy from
thinking about the worst

I’m so scared
I’m so excited
I’m very worried
there’s no need to deny it

Could she be joking
Is she going to tell him
What would he say
How can I finish this poem

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