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Some of the things, that I.m grateful for.
Poetry | Updated Apr 15, 2015 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Teri graduates from the school of hard knocks and learns how the past shapes her future.
By Mil Phoenix
Don't remember if I stated this before, but I'm a fan of controversy because it makes people truly think about where they stand on a topic or topics. In the middle of this is my rant on the controversial abortion topic. And to also remember that life is precious. Be grateful you are alive at all.
To my mothers on the day to celebrate them. I have several people that need to be acknowledged. Thank you Robin, Nancy, Kelly, Debbie, and Eli. I love you all very much and I am grateful to the times we have had together, and though for a few I am far from home, I am thinking of you all.
By Boys Mom
A poem dedicated to my son on his birthday. When I had him as a young mother I was clueless and having him opened my inner eyes causing me to mature fast. I believe having him helped me become the person I am and him the young adult he has become.
Mia has the worst job in the world, until a knight in shining armor comes and rescues her from it, and her old life...
Another romance poem ahaha, so cliche. This one is dedicated to the same person that I mentioned in "Blind Bliss", She was a bit down back then, so I made this one to cheer her up.
By Johnnie Ruffin
A brief look into the perspective of a little girl and her ailing mother.
By Jacob Wilson
A story about how we can all use a little bit of a child's viewpoint on things
A poem regarding the grateful mindset we should all acquire.
By Melissa Firefox
Inspired by SoftDreamer7's lovely poem about our veterans. Please enjoy! God bless America!
We often complain or rue about our station in life or the experiences we have to go through and sometimes think it's unfair that we have to carry heavier burdens than other people we know. This poem attempts to explain the seeming unfairness and apparent injustice that takes place in our lives,...
Iâ€™m pleased to be who I am,
living life to my pace and by my own hand.
Poetry | Updated Mar 12, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 3