Thankfulness stories, books, poems, and more

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Mornings can be good, or they can be bad. Sophia's morning was really bad. She feels like everything and everyone is against her. Does no one care, or can someone show her how much she really means to them? Read More
This is a poem I wrote to submit to a writing contest a couple years ago, where I got a runner- up recognition. It is dedicated to all the teachers in my life who had impacted me greatly and changed my life during the worst times. Enjoy the read and… Read More
Here is something that might be used for New Year's celebrations. We did it as a skit and it was quite funny. We used a few props like donuts. We played the guy that was giving the advice to be kind of a mad professor type. When I lived in… Read More
Just be thankful for what life gives you Read More

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Poem / Poetry

September 03, 2015

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Comments: 4

The Booksie Classic House

There is joy in those raindrops. Read More

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

this one is a little short (okay, maybe a little more than short :p) and honestly my inspiration to write this is a little weird, but whatever, right? so here's my probably-maybe-not-so-good-poem Read More
This poem describes a man's undying love for his dearest. In truth, it allows the reader to connect with these feelings that should be felt. Read More
A short story written for English class. On thankfulness and friendship. Read More
We see and meet women all around, yet we don't always realize their importance in our daily lives. This poem is a little tribute of my gratitude the the noble women of our planet, from all religions and countries, across all barriers of culture and language. Read More
I am writing this because I think I might be in Love with a boy at my school. He is a few months older and He is so kind and loving. He doesn't give into pressure, or smoke or cuss or drink like the other boys. He makes me laugh… Read More

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Comments: 5

The Booksie Classic House

Juliet Carter wishes that music didn't exist. She regrets it once she finds out her wish could destroy more things than she assumed, hence the saying 'be careful what you wish for'. As she finds love and begins to like the new world, though, she realizes she made a big… Read More
A poem about being thankful. Read More
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