nicola burkett

Rookie (30.04.1984 / South East, London)

nicola burkett Poems

1. 05 - A Hero 11/2/2006
2. Womens Intuition 5/23/2006
3. When I Was A Child 3/18/2006
4. 32 - Cinderella 11/27/2006
5. 04 - Sid N' Nancy 11/2/2006
6. 56 - I Hate Myself For Hurting You 5/13/2007
7. 06 - Enchanted Fairies 11/2/2006
8. 42 - The Bright Lights Of Las Vegas 12/24/2006
9. 30 - The Devils Chair 11/22/2006
10. A Brave Mother 11/5/2006
11. 21 - Victorian Poverty 11/18/2006
12. 10 - Caught In The Fire 11/2/2006
13. 03 - The Man With Beautiful Green Eyes 11/2/2006
14. 07 - Doc Wilde! ! ! 11/23/2006
15. 52 - Poor Unfortunate Child 5/10/2007
16. 25 - Cigarette Smiles And Alcohol Stained Kisses 11/21/2006
17. 20 - The Bridge To Nowhere 11/19/2006
18. She Lives Alone 3/19/2006
19. The Photograph That Captured Love 3/21/2006
20. 02- Skynard's Free Bird 11/2/2006
21. 19 - Sleep & Awake 11/18/2006
22. Alcohol 11/18/2006
23. 11 - The Road 11/2/2006
24. 12 - Ethos Of A Poet 11/2/2006
25. 31 - Tuesday Was Their Last Day 11/26/2006
26. 14 - 100 Pieces Of Myself 10/18/2006
27. 73 - Hotel In New York City 8/26/2007
28. 60 - Heroin's Suicide Bride 6/24/2007
29. Stereotype 4/24/2006
30. Apology (Haiku) 11/2/2006
31. 43 - (Lament) A Victorian Burial 1/3/2007
32. 44 - Widow Weeds 1/8/2007
33. The Orange Clock Above Your Head 5/27/2006
34. The Pretty Place Where The Flowers Grow 3/18/2006
35. Writers Block 5/22/2006
36. Shipwrecked 4/2/2006
37. Stupid 3/16/2006
38. I Lost Myself Long Ago 11/2/2006
39. 22 - A Victorian Bride 11/19/2006
40. Blackbird 11/19/2006
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05 - A Hero

A hero thinks of others before they think of themselves
A hero will die to protect
A hero can be of any age, any colour
A hero can be man, woman or child
A hero is courageous, loving and brave
A hero will never complain
A hero can be made in one act of compassion
Or years of tender loving care
Some hero's are remembered, whilst many are left forgotten
Hero's are angels in disguise, saving precious innocent lives

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Writers Block

Go away for I have nothing to say
My pen suffers a stroke
As my mind draws a blank
Go away and come back soon
Maybe then I will have overcome this mental block
The complete psychological inability to produce a single word
My muse has left me, taken my ethos with it
Until it returns I shall dwell in the abode of Writers Block

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