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By Jeff Bezaire
For the Beauty of Nature contest hosted by Wake Evie.
This is a very honest piece about an old friendship that had recently ended. My feelings of rejection and pain regarding their relative indifference to the state of our relationship had propelled me to express myself poetically. It is the only way I can think of to garner catharsis.
Something as simple yet complex. What you can't live without and what makes you feel like you can be and do anything...Music
Poetry | Updated Jun 11, 2015 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Shiloh Frey
Love is complicated and sometimes it can only be held within.
By Miss Lea
You need to get up, we need you to serve good things
Article | Updated Apr 19, 2015 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Reyna Matthews
I wrote this poem when I was, well, in a difficult time of my life. Something happened, I was not happy, and this poem was born. After reading this, I hope that all the parents of children and teens will pause and rethink their actions towards the kids. Do they deserve it? Have you been paying...
By Sara Battaglia
A short poem inspired by the crow outside on the cherry tree that used to grow at my old house. Many things change and age as time goes on. Enjoy things as they are now.
By Max Von Bopp
A tribute to my loving wife of 40 years.
By Amethyst Snugg
This poem is giving appreciation to the one person who will always have my heart forever.
I haven't written in a long while now... So excuse me if I'm a little rusty. Comments and criticisms are greatly appreciated :D Please feel free to leave a comment on what you think and how I can improve. Thank you :)
By Shannan Browne
Poem for sisters, Shannan
Poetry | Updated Oct 9, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
In my Speech class at school, we were asked to write a short speech in regards to
Whatâ€™s Death? Weâ€™ll never know. But as my chest pains increase and more careless drivers almost hit my bike, I continue to wonder.
But I know now, that death brings anything but happiness. We must appreciate everyone and everything around us. Find our place, and dwell comfortably...
By Sara Battaglia
This is a poem I wrote for Arbor Day as I stared out the window in my dorm at college. I go to college in the city, so I was inspired to write about the beauty and importance of trees for people who have lived in a world that lacks green. I am always inspired by nature, and I hope that others...
This short poem is about my best friend, who's been there for me for an uncountable amount of times when I needed her and even when I thought I didn't.
This is me, showing my a little of my appreciation.