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© Copyright of lizzie1124 This poem is about how I will never get over that one person. That one person that I still love and think about each and everyday. I try everything to get over my ex but somehow it never happens because I love him so much and… Read More

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A young woman reflects on her childhood in the country. Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 27, 2012

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I never meant to hurt you and act like you didn’t matter when you truly did so I’m sitting here on my ass praying to my fullest that you would forgive me cause I’m am dying inside. I pray that you guys like it :) be honest to me. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

taken from my book, "Breeding Is Not An Option" Read More

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THIS IS THE BOOK OF Living With the Were Family, I just did not want to keep doing the things I had to in the book/novel, so I am starting the story AGAIN except in this title! Princess June is 13 and her little sister April is 5. They are… Read More
This is what happens when your not supposed to turn back. Read More

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What if you woke up in a room with people around you that you didn't know? What if you had no idea who you were to begin with but supposedly you were in a zombie apocalypse and three days ago you and your brothers had to shoot your parents who… Read More

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Jessie has been tortured by Archie since she was born, she’s never hated anything as much as she hates Archie. Three years ago Archie moved away, which meant Jessie got her own life back. After being broken into a thousand pieces, Jessie is much stronger than she was three years… Read More
This poem is dedicated to a young man named Suraj, who exuberates selfless love that I wish I could demonstrate. Read More
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