Today is your birthday,
You would have been ninety-five this year.
Birthdays are supposed to be days of
Not a day of tears.
Granny would have been over to eat,
But she lies in a grave asleep.
But my years full of memories of you,
Are things I hold so deep.
I would have gotten you socks,
Or some other silly thing.
You reside in Heaven,
But I must say you earned your wings.
Birthday Poems And Poetry
Today is your birthday,
I keep my friends eternally
We leave our tracks in the sound
Some of them are with me now
Some of them can’t be found
It’s a long road behind me
And I miss you now
Sitting in class lonely again,
Thinking bout the way it has been, thought it was love,
Though it was true ,
Then a name came out the blue,
I asked and asked what was his name, then a look a look of shame,
I asked do you feel the same,
She replies no as tears fell from her eyes, how, how can you feel this way after this long, what was it what did I do wrong, I loved you from the bottom of my heart, how can you take it tear it apart, so now what, what can I do, nothing, but sit here and miss you.
WOW What a Blitz
Fell like a ton of bricks
One day it’s I would
The next it’s the blues
Like I haven’t felt
That many times
And I’ve Never enjoyed
Distorted I was
For Quite a long while
Gosh Damn it was hard to smile
As the weather warms up
Do I move forward
Or Stay here and wade
In my tub of sorrow
It does me no good
I wonder how things are
Off up in my old hood
I wonder If I’ll meet
The person I thought
But I’ve kicked my shadow enough
It’s time to Box Out.
I miss them so much,
The way they felt
And Their touch
The smallest so funny
And cute like a bunny,
A boy so fantastic
His spirit and heart ever-lastin’
And a mother,
That Makes it all happen
I’m here at home
Of course I am alone
Trying to determine which memory
I Miss the most,
H-Dog at the plate
The cute girl in the stands
Or Looking down
At those thin beautiful hands
Many deep breaths I must take
Since I had my heart break
-3 Is Much Less Than None
From where you lay,
Night & day,
through suns and moons
over oceans & sand,
above clouds and stars,
trees and land.
It is there beating beside you.
Hoping you feel it when your blue.
Hooked on a beauty that sets the sky a new.
Her eyes so beautiful, her smile so bright.
And oh so do I love you the heart beats.
So when happiness & love has disappeared, know that its near.
With you my heart is there.
Lord Jesus, Thou hast known
A mother’s love and tender care:
And Thou wilt hear, while for my own
Mother most dear I make this birthday prayer.
Protect her life, I pray,
Who gave the gift of life to me;
And may she know, from day to day,
The deepening glow of Life that comes from Thee.
As once upon her breast,
Fearless and well content I lay,
So let her heart, on Thee at rest,
Feel fears depart and troubles fade away.
Her every wish fulfill;
And even if Thou must refuse,
In anything, let Thy wise will,
A comfort bring such as kind mothers use.
Ah, hold her by the hand,
As once her hand held mine;
And though she may not understand,
Life’s winding way, lead her in peace divine.
I cannot pay my debt,
For all the love that she has given;
But Thou, love’s Lord, wilt not forget,
Her due reward,–bless her in earth and heaven.
Henry Van Dyke.
Its your birthday,
Its the time of year,
I can’t believe it’s already here!
So make a wish,
Upon the candle stick,
Just close your eyes and imagine it….
Now blow out the fire,
And open your eyes,
For what you desire,
Will be a surprise!
I extend to you this Birthday wish,
and hope your day is fine,
I remembered you, on your Birthday,
so I hope you remember mine,
So accept this poem, from me to you,
with everything it’s for,
Have the happiest of Birthdays today,
and I wish you many more.
Happy birthday brother,
It’s the big double digits
Your cake is yummy chocolate
It’s been your favourite since six.
My baby brother it’s a big day
I wish you could get presents
But your friends forget today
And mum’s tears have drowned it.
I sing the song without their help
And look you in the eye
I wish I could see you smiling
And wish I wouldn’t cry.
I take a piece of cake, it’s too big for one
I put some in front of your face
I wait till you eat it up
But your face is frozen in place.
I’m starting to get frustrated
Telling you to eat and eat
I even get so angry and mad
That I stand from my tattered seat.
“Eat it now, it’s your birthday!”
I yell and scream
But your face is mocking back at me
This fantasy is just another dream.
“Happy birthday my brother,
I hope you can see me now
I hope you’re looking down from heaven
And notice my unhappy frown.”
I eat my cake, sing the tune
And whisper one more goodbye
It’s been months, I wish you didn’t go
Today you’re suppose to be alive.
I walk away from the photo I took
Why were you so unhappy that day?
I don’t even have a photo of your happiness
For your special birthday.