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Random First Lines:This is one little poetic observation of what might be called the greatest riddle of all.
I was getting nothing done one night, and I was... » Read
Sometimes Life takes many turns, and we don't have the options to change them, so we accept and move forward.
By Amberly Sue
This is a true version of what it is like for a woman who can not have children. It is difficult and most don't understand.
Poetry | Updated Mar 8, 2014 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
With my children growing rapidly I have been thinking, probably a little too much, and wanted to jot down my thoughts at this moment in time.
Poetry | Updated Jan 4, 2014 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 3
My real life story of becoming a mother of a special needs child and overcoming the odds!
A story of a mother and her daughter.
Poetry | Updated Jul 7, 2013 | Reads: 87 | Comments: 17 | Likes: 29
poem about my son
Poetry | Updated Jun 15, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Jhec Consolacion
This is about motherhood, from what I experienced being a mother. That despite of all the stressful moments that I've experienced at the end of the day still end up with happiness and feel blessed for the gifts - our precious two little boys.
By Chantal Bellehumeur
(Short Story published in The Suburban Online Magazine-April 26 2013)
18 year old Emily finds out that she is pregnant and procrastinates to tell her divorces parents... She finds herself in denial about her unborn child at first, but eventually warms up to the idea of being a young mother. ...
A woman was eager to be a mother. When the day finally come, she hated every aspect of pregnancy and motherhood.
Short Story | Updated Apr 28, 2013 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Zoe Ross
Finding yourself pregnant from a one night stand can be tramatic, finding yourself pregnant as a teenager about to sit her GCSE's is devastating. Will Emma put her wayward past behind her and enter adulthood or will she cast her baby aside like she does with all the other mistakes in her life? A...
By Salwa Samra
Motherhood, a long, anticipated desire, a goal I had set myself to achieve at a young age, and achieve it I did. I always planned for four children before the age of 30. As a visionary person I believed nothing would come between me and my plans. I was determined, passionate and stubborn enough...
By Eskay Miras
This poem is about my mother, whom I haven't seen nor heard from since I was 2 years old.
In the summer of 1989 Rosetta's life had been spontaneously changed forever when she finds out a tragic family secret as a young child. Deciding to cut all ties with her family she moves out and becomes independent with the best of life coming at her every turn she takes.
Although this could double for a romantic poem it was written for my niece. Whom was born shortly after I had a miscarriage. She gave me a second chance to make things right with my life. She is a miracle and may her father rest in love.
To my unborn daughter, i love you already!