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The way how things can turn into from one day to the next.
Poetry | Updated Aug 2, 2015 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Honeybee Lilico
I moved from England to New Zealand two weeks ago, and tonight I wrote this poem about being homesick. Please enjoy, and feel free to leave comments describing your own experiences with homesickness! :)
A little poem written about being homesick for feeling nothing.
I feel sad & homesick
I wrote this before the love of my life left me
Now I feel even more homesick
Poetry | Updated Mar 13, 2014 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Poem about my move to the big US of A.
This writing is about me wanting to go have a sense of belonging again, hence the title, Take Me Home
Miscellaneous | Updated Apr 24, 2013 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 1
By Bill Rayburn
An ex-Pat experiences Thanksgiving in a country that doesn't recognize it. Reminiscing does not diffuse his frustrations with his family.
By Georgina V Solly
The good life on a Caribbean Island. Exile, and triumphant return.
By Lillian Loveletters
I'm laying in this empty house with empty memories.
Poetry | Updated Oct 2, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
To my friends and family
By Shannan Browne
Sometimes it's one little unexpected thing, and you are back there... in the memory...
By Grigor Mcgregor
An Australian cowboy and his advertising filmaking co-star he calls Little Darling. They combine their talents to boost the flagging sales of genuine cowboy belts with highly entertaining film clips produced in the US and shown on TV in many countries.
By Tattered Soul
This is a poem when I was away from home, going to college, I was extremely home-sick after talking to my sister and having her tell me that one of her kids were looking out the window crying for me. Sad story.
Poetry | Updated Jan 14, 2009 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
A very brief poem from the perspective of a college student who is homesick and not ready to go into the real world quite yet.