Mike Quinn

    Poems by Mike Quinn

  • Teaching Angels How To Fly

    • pending
    • Posted on 02/18/16
    Poem To Remember A Loved One Who's Passed Away

    in Family Death Poems

    I know you all will miss me,
    but do not cry too much.
    I know I'll live forever,
    in those whose hearts I touched.

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  • Castle Of Poets

    • Published: March 2008

    in Fantasy Poems

    The castle is a place where poets dwell,
    Where each can cast their wondrous spell.
    From the turrets high to the dungeons deep
    From each portcullis to the central keep....

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    • Rating 4.22
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    I enjoyed this poem. It had rhyme and reason. I thought it a bit scary by the end. Keep up the good work Mike!

  • I Am Yours To Keep

    • Published: March 2008
    Fathers Love To Young Daughter Poem

    in Daughter Poems

    You are a princess in my heart,
    and I care for you so much.
    I love the fondness in you eyes
    and your tender little touch.

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    • Rating 4.35
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    I read this poem not long after the birth of my first daughter and it really struck a chord with how I feel about my little girl. I loved it so much that I have put it in her baby book so she...

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  • Empty Spaces

    • Published: March 2008
    Memories Of Daughter

    in Divorce Poems

    I sit alone here every day,
    Thinking of the child you took away.
    She was my heart, she was my soul.
    She was the thing that made me whole.

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    • Rating 4.54
    • Poem of the Day
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    It is so hard to gracefully find words to express this deep grief that overwhelms and has no mercy. Every day without your child, or in my case 3 daughters, only gets harder and harder. It is...

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