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Reina gave up on love after going through years of abuse with her ex-boyfriend Alexander. But his police officer brother Connor has always been there for her, even during the worst moments. Connor is now determined to show Reina a much-needed night on the town...and that she truly is worthy of...
A boy in his youth reflects on his first love, who died during their last summer before graduation year. He begins to see her and has conversations with her. Are these conversations real, or is she a figment of his imagination?
Short letter about not being loved back.
Short Story | Updated Nov 3, 2013 | Reads: 68 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Farewells and longings for loved ones gone and lost. Short poem. Thanks for reading :) Feedback is much appreciated, desired and welcomed :)
As I was looking up at the stars tonight, I realized you were a shooting star.
By Keisha Gamman
a poem about a familiar old love . . .
The stinging pain of an unrequited love.
Poetry | Updated Oct 18, 2013 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Jane is just about content with her life now. Then Chace walks back into her life and she is forced to confront the demons from her past. Does she forgive him? Does life have a happy ever after, after all?
By Stranger In The Corner
a contest entry for a contest I found here: http://www.booksie.com/fantasy/miscellaneous/wendy_lane/competition-(yayoriginal)
I haven't posted anything in awhile so here's my return. I hope some of you like it, comment even :) As usual it's inspired by a person/feeling. Anxious, Panic, Stress, relive my past emotions...
Life. Unrequited love. The path we all walk on as individuals. Trying to catch the next train to achieve our most wanted goals. But sometimes, we can't always get what we want. For my beloved sisters. Feedback is appreciated, thanks for reading! :) I suggest listening to a melancholic song for...
By Vanessa Telaro
This is my first ever poem about heartbreak.
By Kyndal Bailey
This is about falling for someone who is hard to read and a possibility of unrequited love.
By Nick Space
Poem for all those living inside their own heads, wearing their heart on their sleeve while simultaneously building an impenetrable wall around it, and most importantly, those stuck in the familiar place we all know as the friend-zone