Sympathy stories, books, poems, and more

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I'm like an open book my emotions show on my face now, my eye brow raises at stupidity, but my feet stay planted to keep my place in the world. There's a sad story to everything shining, mine might be my immense growing pains in my body in odd places,… Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 30, 2015

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This one came to me as I was sitting in a classroom waiting for the lecture to start. When I finished it in my head, I thought it was so beautiful that there was no way I was losing it. I dropped my (luckily empty) coffee and started scribbling frantically… Read More
Will this woman able to find love or remain bitter throughout her life? Read More
I am a concerned teen of India who is trying to understand the complexities of the human psyche. This article of mine is an attempt to understand the same. Read More

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This is something I wrote expressing my feelings about the crazy thing called love. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 19, 2014

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The other day my sister and I finally hugged one another when it was time for her to leave, we usually never do this, I don't know why. We normally just would nod to each other and say our goodbyes, so I wrote this poem expressing my emotions of what… Read More

Poem / Horror

October 05, 2014

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I love to write about dead as I think that they exist around us but can't say their wishes and buried dreams!! Read More

Tags: sympathy

A weeping concierge is sitting on a bench, which is situated in front of a hotel in Regent Street, London. His name is Barry Lowsley. He tells me his story, and I immediately sympathize with him. He then, makes a big deal out of coffee, through which I gain the… Read More

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A good friend of mine that moved away to work to pursue his dream. When he came back he was never the same, and wont reveal the secrets that lye within him. Read More
A New Year's resolution is accepted by the universe as a challenge and accepted. What to do now? Read More

Book / Non-Fiction

December 30, 2013

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Just check out the book itself from: http://bookbooster.com/newage.htm :-) Read More
A boy runs from his burning village encountering a stray dog. The intent of this passage is to explore sympathy for a killer or a victim. Hopefully I have achieved this by the end but that is for the reader to decide. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 03, 2013

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A poem to help express what is seen in many people in our world day in and day out through the eyes of a cold, heartless outcast. Read More

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A girl's parents die from cancer and she sadly becomes homeless.What encounters will she meet as she meets 5 teens that change her lonely and sad life. Read More

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Being different isn't easy. Especially if being yourself means being an outcast in society. This is the story of Jeremy. Raised very religious, by a very religious family. All through out growing up, something didn't feel right. He felt very different from everyone else, but he knew this was forbidden… Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 03, 2012

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Comments: 3

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"death is only the beginning" Read More

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This poem was written after I became a member of a number of self-harm sites. I wasn't there for me, but to put across a song that could help suffers to see that they are not alone in this world. Whilst I was a member I read some very sad… Read More

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Comments: 2

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A short story thats been on my mind all christmas break...Two old friends meet eachother by chance after 5 years. Read More

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Comments: 7

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A poetry about my grandma who died when she was only 53. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 21, 2011

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Inspired off the movie: Downfall. Everything is there for reason still! I guess I'm kinda following Godwin's Law!! Read More

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This is a tale of our Victim. This is her nightmare. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 16, 2011

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Of course, I couldn't make it through this summer without writing a poem about the cicadas that infested our lives. This one took a different twist, though, since I really do hate cicadas. I just had a short burst of sympathy for them, in which I wrote this villanelle. Read More

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Comments: 2

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A story of despair and helplessness Read More

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This poem is about domestic abuse but I suppose could relate to any sort of abuse or bullying. Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 14, 2011

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Comments: 13

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This is about a child abuse. Because i dont understand why children get beaten and abused when they dont have the samrts and wits to cause such malicious behaviour. I hope this poem makes you realise the pain some children around the world deal with. Please comment nicely....... Alezae. Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 05, 2011

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Shelves: 1

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its a precious doll, so nice and sweet. Read More

Tags: sympathy, doll

virginkiss virginkiss Member Lvl. 1 yes, I'm still on my emergency vacation until Wednesday- then, i can comment on all of your poems that i like, and post some more- because I've been writing up a storm lately- but, most of the poems are so dark and cynical and depressing-… Read More

Poem / True Confessions

December 18, 2010

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"I hate the way you look at me when i told you what i did..." i don't tell you i fell or think because i'm scared of what i will see in your eyes Read More

Tags: pain, sympathy, mad

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