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A poem that explores the feelings of those facing
difficulty as a result of civil unrest, famine and
Poetry | Updated Jan 12, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
An analogy that depicts how so often we are put down in our lives by the people we love and the strength and determination to fight back and prove them wrong...
By Harper Teale
A wife seeks to confront her husband about his giving her the cold shoulder. And he has something far more pressing to confront her about.
Characters from a currently unnamed universe I am writing; will be of epic proportions.
My english teacher once told us to write somthing related to hair ,this is what i came up with ..its about how my mom hates all my hair do's
Imagine Halo and Hellsing swirled into a single existance. Yeah, it is kinda like that. =)
Now, this I wrote during one of my dreary days after a night of sleeplessness. I was certainly in zombie mode this day, and so I'd little choice in the matter but to let flow from my fingertips whatever wanted to spill onto the page. Be mindful that these words came from a tired soul and mind...
By The Greek
THIS CONTENT IS WHAT EVERY PARENT WANT'S THEIR CHILD TO KNOW. THE ABILITY TO EXPLAIN vs. A CHILDS UNDERSTANDING IS OF GREAT DIFFICULTY. THIS IS SOMETHING THAT HAS TO BE LIVED IN ORDER FOR CHILDREN TO UNDERSTAND AND LIVE IT THEMSELVES.
Sometimes, when things grow too difficult to cope with, to fight against, we hide ourselves away and give up - it's best if we push ourselves up from such a slump, but at times, we need someone else to give us that forceful - yet kind intentioned shove.
This is a poem that I wrote because I was going through difficult times in my life not knowing what the next step was in life. Through much prayer and contemplation, I realized that I needed to totally rely on Jesus Christ to lead and guide me in every situation I am faced with. This poem is a...