Triauna Hall

Rookie - 0 Points (April 21 / Maryland)

Triauna Hall Poems

1. 10th Grade 1/29/2012
2. Elizabeth Freedom 1/29/2012
3. In Thee Eyes Of A Slave 2/1/2012
4. Three Wolves 2/11/2012
5. One Voice 2/11/2012
6. Who Am I? 1/29/2012
7. O'Brother 1/29/2012
8. When The Flowers Bloom 2/11/2012
9. Alone And Afraid 2/13/2012
10. I Hate... 2/13/2012
11. Blanket Of Tears 2/13/2012
12. Insane 2/13/2012
13. Audience 2/13/2012
14. Deep... 2/13/2012
15. Scream 2/13/2012
16. Truth Is 2/13/2012
17. It 2/18/2012
18. Don'T Look Down 2/18/2012
19. Friend Or Foe? 2/22/2012
20. Mystery 2/23/2012
21. Free Me 2/23/2012
22. Why Do We Act This Way? 2/23/2012
23. Tears 2/23/2012
24. Time 2/24/2012
25. Silence 2/24/2012
26. Come To Me 2/25/2012
27. Chills 2/25/2012
28. Falling 3/2/2012
29. Love Me 3/10/2012
30. Weak 3/10/2012
31. You 3/21/2012
32. Numb 12/10/2012
33. Smile 12/26/2012
34. Pictures 2/7/2013
35. Flower 2/8/2013
36. Motivation 3/4/2013
37. Heartbreak 4/10/2013
38. Stupid 4/10/2013
39. Riches 4/3/2012
40. The Rant 5/5/2012
Best Poem of Triauna Hall

Day And Night Collided

When day met night
Everything felt right
Day awakes and starts new lives
Night sleeps but it's still alive
Day is always shinning its light
Night is dark but still just as bright
Day is crowded, full of living things
Night is empty, no awake beings
Day is wild, cause of what people do
Night is crazy, believe they are too
Day is dirty, it starts to match night
Night is clean, its gets quiet, just right
Day is loud, the noises surrounding it
Night is peaceful, no noises around it
Day is special, as special as it comes
Night is different, it's ...

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Elizabeth Freedom

Elizabeth
Abolisher
Strong, survivor, determine, and tender
Lover of peace, freedom, and power
Who felt independent, passionate, and accomplished
Who feared eternal slavery, failing, and the future
Who wanted to see equal rights, her child to live free, and blacks being treated right
Who lived to be a great woman in history, abolish slavery for herself, and a free woman
Freeman

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