B.J. Burgins
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B.J. Burgins is a poetry, essay and short story writer. Writing now for fifteen years plus, B.J. has currently completed a collection of poems and short stories titled A Starving Mind:Stories and Thoughts, which can be found and purchased via websites Barnes&Noble.com and Amazon.com.

You can contact Mr. Burgins via e-mail at BBjb48@aol.com or by sending an e-mail to TimBookTu and it will be forwarded.

Works on TimBookTu by B.J. Burgins


Brand New Short
Trice's Call
Where's Red Dawn (Pt. 1)
Where's Red Dawn (Pt. 2)


4th of July Memories (Willie C.)
Alice's Poem
A Rose for the Gutter
Bastard Kids
BLACK BOY (Black Man)
Black Queen In Black Gown
Blue's Residence
Church (Old Time Religion)
Crack Baby
'cross from SUGAR Hill
Devil's Masquerade
Egg Nog Blues (Blue Holiday)
Fantasy Once on the Fingertips of Reality
For My History
From Birth
Future Shock
Girlfriend (Spencer Tate the Old Soul, Age 8)
Gone Bad
Graceful Queen Mamie
Happening on the Corner
Happily Involved
(Heard) Thru the Window (Spencer Tate the Old Soul, Age 8)
Inspiration in Blackness (Just A Few)
Lonely is the Heart
Long Live the D.J.
Love(7-5-7): A Haiku
LowDown World: Another Unfinished Song by Smoove Gutter $lim (Blues in D)
Miracle In ICU
Mortal (Tortured) Angels: A Haiku
Mr. Li
Mr. Universal (Homage to Nikki G.)
Never Too Old
Nothing But A Desert Drear (A Haiku)
O' Cain (Little Said to Say Much): Haiku Style
Of Brooks & Hughes
One Day the Prince Came
On Smokey (B Writes Smokey)
Parts & Fades
Phantom Finger
Raising Parents (Conscious Observation of A Many, Shooting the Breeze)
Requiem for A King
Ripple John
School Ride (Spencer Tate the Old Soul, Age 8)
Sharonda's Aura
Sherry Meshell
Shadows On The Walls
Sigh of Earl Lee Cluster (Present Day Scams)
Spencer Tate, the Old Soul, Age 8 (Modernism) Pt. 1
Starving Soul, Hungering for Emptiness Inside to be Filled
Sticky Finger Jones
Sweet Candied Memories
Take the Children Back
The Addict
The Greatest Muse
The MONsteR! (Spencer Tate the Old Soul, Age 8)
The Re-enactment
The Resident
The Rice Eaters
(The Story of Stile T. Webb) A Story Most Ancient
The Warmest Winter: A Haiku
Thin As Water Seems (Broke Song)
Thinking Back Home
True Love and Desire?
Us (True Me & You)
Where Rosebud Useto Sit
Why We Die Young
Young's Plight: Something Grandma Might Agree With

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