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Poetry | Updated Feb 15, 2015 | Reads: 36 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 2
Your scars are a piece of you are, but look towards the future and continue to grow
Jonathan never thought that he would meet Samantha the love of his dreams by this unexpected way this story goes through emotional situations and investigations, can Jonathan's scar be the reason that they fell for each other? how did he get this so special scar?
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I wrote this for CW class as an assignment and this is my 1st draft. This is a love sonnet.
i wrote this poem because Valentine's Day is right around the corner. it is for a Valentine's Day contest and i thought that instead of doing a typical romance poem, i'd make it more real. not everyone has that special someone and sometimes you simply imagine what it's like to have...
Love is blind and can blind you
By Martha Nesbitt
Lilly Lee, is condemned and censored by those in the religious community for her choice of literature. She is steadfast in her defense of what she says are moral lessons hidden in every romance novel
EVerybody needs a support system to keep them uplifted, but also grounded
By Kenny Benko
This poem tries to capture the feeling of resentment. It appears to be resentment in a relationship which I suppose I did because relationships are more likely to become active breeding grounds for such an emotion and thought. I had accidently erased some of this poem and had to redo that part...
By Kenny Benko
This a poem I had written for my human sexuality class about sexual identity. Surprisingly it turned out pretty well and didn't read like an assignment, so I figured I would post it to share with yall.
By Evan Musto
My View on Relationships
What happens when Bestfriends clash to get who they want?
When every relationship starts with a lie?
Can they be lovers and friends?
By B Garth Steinhagen
A poem about that one you love...
Poetry | Updated Jan 31, 2015 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Growing up in a family of divorce can sometimes affect your view point on love. So what's the truth? Is there love? Does it still exist? How did I think of it growing up and how has it changed me?