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Just some thoughts from the day
By Medea Rene
When you are still in love with your ex, and you feel the pain of seeing another person replacing you...
[Dedicated to a hurting friend]
Breaking up is hard to do, but breaking up with the first guy you ever loved is even harder.
Eighteen year old Nicole Crossin is a sarcastic queen bee, the kind of girl that can make you laugh at anything while keeping her A's straight and her outfits straight off the runway. Her boyfriend --...
Break up poem,I know its kind of similiar to the other one:)
This is set in viewpoint of the man that left Miss Havisham (Great Expectations-Charles Dickens)explaining why he left her on their wedding day.
This is the hardest piece I have ever written, and I think after you read this you will understand why. I think, rather than summarizing it, this poem should speak for itself.
This is for Maggie Williams rank contest.
Did you know this would happen?
Did you look into the future and decide now was time?
By Bernard Ogalo Oduor
For Jos. Fare thee well, the cool one
I couldnâ€™t breathe as control slipped away from me.
To my most recent ex boyfriend.
Short Story | Updated Mar 14, 2014 | Reads: 62 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Tessa Martha
All he wanted to do was break in to his empty ex-fiance's house to get back his great grandmother's ring, but he had company after all.
By Luke Miller
This is the story of Aria, a young girl who falls madly in love with a man named Michael. Although she loves him, the two spend most of their relationship unhappy. This story highlights the struggles of being in love with someone you're not happy with.
By Ateo En La Trinchera
Try giving someone the benefit of the doubt.
Short Story | Updated Feb 9, 2014 | Reads: 890 | Comments: 37 | Likes: 36
I wrote this poem last year and now think its a good time to post it. Besides no need for it to be taking up extra space in my phone anyway. This poem is another one added to the series College Point of View