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I'm writing this for an English assignment since its poetry month we had to write a poem about life. So I wrote one about how I feel and how others probably feel too.
Gob's action packed adventure story.
taken from my book, "And Now It's Time For A Lift Off!"
Kaitlin Martinelli finds herself flying from one state to another just to spend some quality time with her Aunt Hanna.
It's just one month in her summer, but a lot can happen in one month, especially because her Aunt has a hot young boyfriend her age named Josh.
By Juli Monat
The view from inside box.
Poetry | Updated Jan 28, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
taken from my book,
People will change and sadly we can't help that, they will come and go like seasons.
Fall in love and fall out of love, It's all a part of life.
Sometimes it will hurt us so bad a river we will cry,
Other times it will make us laugh so hard we ask are self's why oh why couldn't I see how...
By Alena Adams
Thoughts on universal energy, human energy, human biofield, time, our connection to the Universe and God.
By Lunar Bird
Midway between tangible and imaginary, fire and water circle in precarious, cautious admiration.
This is really written for ladies or gentlemen out there who are always the one "left at home," to keep the family together, to be the relaible one to hold the fort. But sometimes, just sometimes the line is overstepped and you want to say unbelievable things but you know they will cause...
A girl in a world full of horrors. The life of a teenage girl? No.. More complex.. A life of a teenager she goes through these troubles.. Monsters.. Witches.. It all seems like a fairy tail now doesn't it? But i can Garentee its not.. Sh.. You will learn more once you read.
Talk to me.....
By Syrma Lesath
When you dance you turn into someone else. You meet new people and eventually you fall in love... sweet, gentle, book-like love.
By Maxim Dulivre
A story of a land of decadence and industrial expansion countered by a land of hidden corruption, but moral triumphs.
A poem about how the person is not worth anyone's time, so no one should bother with them.