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By Stranger In The Corner
a poem for all my friends, you know who you are. this is written for a particular friend. however i am not sure i want her to know who she is.
my crush has a bf and im angry
Amazing, and I am a bore.
By Ami Brewis
I wrote this for my Boyfriend love you xx
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By Xox Imagination Xox
Sometimes I write down phrases of my own that mystify me. Other times I hear the sentences people say, and view them poetically, because they make me curious, and frankly inspire something inside of me. This lyrical poem is a combination of two separate entities that I have put together to form...
This story is about a female college senior who became attracted to a male freshman student.
By Blake Star
Sometimes when you're in high school, it's sink or swim. James Cole feels that way transferring to Seattle Sunset High at the start of his freshman year. But what's bigger and more overwhelming than all the parties, popularity gauges, and stack loads of homework is his massive crush on Kate...
An exaggerated account of what goes through the mind of an erratic woman when she wants to distract herself from the fact that her boyfriend hasn't called in days.
Once again, please give me your feedback, it will be extremely appreciated./
By Joan A Brown
There is nothing that compares to the feeling of two chemistries meeting, matchingâ€”touching.
Chemistry is not to be taken for granted, however. It is a special ingredient inside the gift of mutual love. If you are fortunate enough to share such a uniquely special chemistry with someone,...
They say breaking up is like a broken arm, you donâ€™t how painful it is until you experience it. That was what it was like Alexis went through her breakup with school sweetheart Romeo Mitchell.
They say that you canâ€™t be friends with someone used to love, or can you?
By Katya Yermakova
It's a poem about what it feels like to fall out of love.
Three weeks with him.