Sylvia Chidi

Rookie - 151 Points (Germany)

Sylvia Chidi Poems

1. Raining Snow 12/6/2005
2. Its Valentines Day 12/6/2005
3. I Am Magnificent 12/8/2005
4. Not Guilty By The Hour 3/24/2006
5. This Is Called Love! 2/9/2006
6. Warriors 10/14/2005
7. Daddy Please Don'T Cry 2/5/2006
8. The Power Of A Great 2/11/2006
9. The Perfect Miracle 11/7/2005
10. Mrs Snorer 11/8/2005
11. Unripe Apples Don'T Fall 11/8/2005
12. Open Heavens 11/5/2005
13. Midnight Prostitute 11/19/2005
14. Sweet Wine 11/18/2005
15. Soon The Pain Will Wither Away! 1/23/2006
16. Lost But Not Yet Found 2/2/2006
17. Yesterdays Love 2/3/2006
18. Your Trust 10/23/2005
19. My Mother 10/28/2005
20. Guide Me To Your Heart 11/3/2005
21. I Love My Work 10/15/2005
22. Thoughts 10/15/2005
23. Many A Time 10/15/2005
24. Think Again! 10/29/2005
25. My Sweet Love 10/15/2005
26. Jingle Jingle My Bell 10/14/2005
27. The Gun Rules 11/23/2005
28. Happiness 12/3/2005
29. Together I Gather 1/14/2006
30. Mirror, Mirror In The Hall 1/20/2006
31. The Garden Of Simple Things 11/15/2005
32. Share My Life! 11/15/2005
33. Luck And Money 10/25/2005
34. If He Speaketh 10/25/2005
35. I Was Angry 10/15/2005
36. I Wish 10/17/2005
37. Rawbee Was A Shorty! 10/17/2005
38. Knock Knock Knock, A New Poet Was Born 10/18/2005
39. Drunken Life 10/14/2005
40. The One Kiss 12/14/2005
Best Poem of Sylvia Chidi

A Marriage Of Two

A marriage of two
is for love that is true

A marriage of two
is always something new

A marriage of two
happens sometimes out of the blue

A marriage of two
is worth it when its due

A marriage of two
is a marriage of trust
Many can find themselves lost
It can be an expensive cost

They are only very few
who have a clue
of when love accrues

A marriage of two
is about love making
It is not about
money raking

A marriage of two
can be bad
A marriage of two
can be sad
You should only be glad if
A ...

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Its Time To Let Go!

Its time to let go
I know!
I am holding on tight
As if it is my right
And its not

Its time to tie my shoe laces
With a knot and start walking on
Once where there was love,

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