Author: Kris Jordan

To Show Me You Care, Poem by Kris Jordan

To Show Me You Care poetry (c) 2010 Kris Jordan Reach for me Reach for my hand Keep an open mind Listen Don’t tell me what to do Think of me and show me you did Tease me Wink at me Smile at me Make me laugh and laugh Surprise me Tell me about yourself […]

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The Warrior and the Dandelion Queen Poem by Kris Jordan

The Warrior and the Dandelion Queen Poetry by Kris Jordan (c) 2015 I am a warrior and I will fight for her Her, with the wild morning hair, eyes that haven’t been fogged by hurt, a heart full of wonder, beating in rhythm with me, fully intact.   She need not be locked up in […]

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In Love with You Poem by Kris Jordan

In love with you Poetry by Kris Jordan (c) 2011   I don’t read romance novels have no silly ideas from those no longing for gushy stories   so why, when I listen to John Cougar Melloncamp on the radio, do I think of us? do I think of Little House on the Prairie and […]

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Cheater Poem by Kris Jordan

Cheater Poem by Kris Jordan Poetry (c) 2016 Cheater How do I stop the brain and start the heart?   I’m not present as I kiss her lips Don’t feel their softness because I’m not thinking of her The rock in my stomach has me thinking of another Thinking Always thinking I don’t feel her […]

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Hello Gorgeous Prose by Kris Jordan

Hello Gorgeous prose by Kris Jordan Intellectually I know my beauty doesn’t change day by day. But I still look in the mirror to judge it. Some days, I am rather impressed. I see my reflection and push my shoulders back, smile and say, “Damn!” My confidence radiates and shakes the ether. Other days I see […]

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In Her Shoes Poetry by Kris Jordan

In Her Shoes Perspective Poetry (c) Kris Jordan I’m here, dripping sweat down my nose, working hard. Scrubbing the floors, the counters, the refrigerator shelves. Burning off this damn energy. Thinking of you. Wondering why I did you wrong. Slamming the vacuum into the corner. Cussing as I roll over my foot. Kicking my ass […]

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Shirley Temples and Long Island Iced Teas

Shirley Temples and Long Island Iced Teas a poem by Kris Jordan (c) 2013 *this was orginally published in Anything Prose and Poetry, Too! (Anassa Publications, LLC) Our date was on Saturday morning I skipped cartoons to seal my hair back with a barrette Wiggled into a ruffle trimmed dress You wore cowboy boots and […]

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Let’s Go, Poem by Kris Jordan

Let’s Go Poem © Kris Jordan 2016 Move to Albuquerque with me. We’ll buy a small stucco home with a back patio full of sun that shines into the house and makes it glow orange. Wake up beside me as we lay on top of way too many blankets like The Princess and the Pea. […]

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7/20/12, 2012 Aurora Century Theater Shooting Poem

7/20/12 © ‘72012’ Poetry Kris Jordan 2016 7 20 12 Dead 56 Injured 1000’s affected   My daughter survived Only survived Still surviving.   3 hospital stays 2 suicide attempts 47 stitches   How many f*ing lives? How much of my money so a murderer can be housed and fed? so we can heal? so […]

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To the Death, Poetry by Kris Jordan

“Sometimes, they need to get away from the thing that makes them sick. Even if that toxic thing is you.” To The Death poetry (c) Kris Jordan She loved him deeply Profoundly Blindly Sickly. Fought, until the death for his Love Abuse Addiction As though it was hers. Yet it was. Her love Her self-abuse […]

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