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By Annie Legend
This poem is dedicated to all the families who have lost a loved one on the world's highways, especially from the excesses of alcohol or speed. It is especially poignant at Christmas or other occasions when families are gathered together and are reminded about the empty place of their loved one...
Poetry | Updated Dec 23, 2006 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
Short & sad...when she feels she needs him & he is distant & detached.
Just thinking about the writer's who are "stuck" (I've been reading a few pieces that seem to be saying that anyway) and I was thinking about how it would feel... wanting to speak thru your work & being "tongue-tied".
Ugh! I just watched my daughter break up w/her bf (IM no less!). I think it broke my heart as much as either of theirs! (By the way, they're 14 & they didn't really go "out" but a couple times & hung out at school...but still! He really liked her, she just wasn't feeling that bf/gf...
This is a simple poem, written about a teenage girl's
battle with the feelings she has accumulated over years
of pain, fear, abuse and loss.
Poetry | Updated Dec 15, 2006 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
...a relationship that should`ve but couldn`t...
Poetry | Updated Dec 15, 2006 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Sometimes nice guys finish first. Written in memory of Mark Christopher Phillips, a fellow classmate and friend to so many. We'll miss you so much, Chris!
Certain things make me wonder. An incident occured that I was unable to take part in, but the story has made my mind just think and ask questions. I rarely write about work, outside of a comedic stand point, and I have seen this situation before, but this time served as the eye opener.
By Akira Miyoko
This short story is about two friends who are faced with conflict when one of them is caught with the other one's man.
THIS IS ABOUT A MOTHER REALIZING HER LITTLE BOY WILL SOON BE A MAN STARTING HIS FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL.
iT IS ALSO ABOUT A MOTHER FINDING A NEW IDENTIY
This is a poem about the Miracle of my life and he is my son . Watching him grow into a young man as I feel his innocence slipping away.
Hope dashed,remaining with what I always had.Might just as well as reconcile myself to what I have and learn to love and appreciate it.Afterall that`s what I have and probably will ever have.
Poetry | Updated Nov 29, 2006 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 3
You used to make me complete, anyway...
By Dana The Cyberpoet
My mind is at war. Shells fly around and the loss of
a first cousin impress me deeply. Should I take
some blame for my neglect at not visiting her since
childhood. She also did writing-a novel. Why have I
not tried to acquire it. Hopeless misgivings but
optimistic undertones prevail!
Family friends deppression Losing sad