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Getting Recognition Through International Poetry Websites

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 Arijit Roul (November 06, 2012)  Gain Widespread Following Easily The thinking of the human mind is very intricate. Some of the people have the gift or ability to pen their thoughts in an artistic way – in the form of poems. If you are a part of that group, then it is very easy to gain recognition and acceptance from the others for your skills. Many people are simply unaware of the international poetry .. (Poetry)

The Importance of Jokes in Our Daily Life

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 Aman Gupta (June 02, 2012)  Daily different and unexpected things happen. There are periods that every individual you socialize has either a serious feelings, a issue or is sad and jokes can separate the ice and provides fun to each and every one. Jokes are described as something you do or say that will carry fun to the individuals who are viewing or hearing. They say fun is the best remedies and to be able to .. (Poetry)

The Importance of Jokes in Our Daily Life

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 Aman Gupta (June 01, 2012)  Daily different and unexpected things happen. There are periods that every individual you socialize has either a serious feelings, a issue or is sad and jokes can separate the ice and provides fun to each and every one. Jokes are described as something you do or say that will carry fun to the individuals who are viewing or hearing. They say fun is the best remedies and to be able to .. (Poetry)

The Importance of Jokes in Our Daily Life

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 Aman Gupta (June 01, 2012)  Daily different and unexpected things happen. There are periods that every individual you socialize has either a serious feelings, a issue or is sad and jokes can separate the ice and provides fun to each and every one. Jokes are described as something you do or say that will carry fun to the individuals who are viewing or hearing. They say fun is the best remedies and to be able to .. (Poetry)

Paintings reproductions information for everyone

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 Gerald Chan (November 28, 2011)  Paintings reproductions Of course we all liked the idea of ​​the work that we have. We all hope that works better as Michealangelo, Monet, Da Vinci, Picasso and Van Gough, but it is undoubtedly one of the offerings of his artwork is really out of this world! This painting is absolutely necessary and essential to bring the space and the environment and works of artists mentioned and .. (Poetry)

Abstract painting information for everyone

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 Gerald Chan (November 28, 2011)  Abstract painting You can see some of the famous abstract paintings in almost every museum in the world. Van Gogh, Picasso, Marten Jansen are also well known in its contribution to abstract art. The exact meaning of abstract painting is that it does not express other styles of painting. The art is limited to the facts or taking pictures of each portrait or landscape. Comparatively, .. (Poetry)

Abstract art information for everyone

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 Gerald Chan (November 28, 2011)  Abstract Art form that is directly dependent on the basics of drawing themselves as color, line shapes, and textures and expressive style that every school of thought with you, see you again. It is commonly known as an art that is not related to the symbolic or no truth openly in the human eye. Just maintain the illusion of the original material than the main form. It may involve fusion . (Poetry)

Citing A Book In A Proper Manner

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 Mirjan Stojanovic (August 04, 2011)  It is very vital to know how to cite a book in a correct technique, when you refer that book at the time of writing an essay or a research work. To cite a book is needed for rendering the owing thanks to the writer and publisher of the source work, which is also of help for the readers of your work to refer to those works. It is performed in form of a blend of the built-in citation of .. (Poetry)

Creative Writing Of Inspiring Poetry

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 Precious Matshidiso (January 07, 2011)  Creative writing of poetry has been defined and admired as a good source of art that you can use to express any mood or how you feel, about an animal, or a person by expressing that poem in assonance of words. “As a matter of fact, " you can write poems about any possible thing you can think of, as long as the words rhyme in similar combination of vowel sounds and its anthology .. (Poetry)

Sad Love Poem

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 Bella Mclaine (February 10, 2010)  You don't want to miss any opportunity of being too sad and depressed to miss out on a relationship that may be even better than the one you just had? I know there are many qualities about you right now that are very lovable. You are still a beautiful, unique and special person who has another special person out there waiting for you no matter what you may be currently thinking. So .. (Poetry)

Friendship Day Poem for Friends

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 Bella Mclaine (February 09, 2010)  Writing poems can be real fun for many but, it can prove to be something that will need a deep thought. Friends write each other poems for different reasons and the main ones include the following. If you are just looking for Friendship Poems, your work will be easier. Look for an attractive material to write on; also with the color that will please your friend. Embarking on finding .. (Poetry)

Funny Poem for Birthday

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 Bella Mclaine (February 08, 2010)  Sometimes it is good to describe about some funny events or things if you can remember. Funny poems are all about presenting out with good sense of humor and jokes. Below mentioned is some guideline to help you to quote about funny poems about love. Stanzas should not give a vague picture in their mind. For a good quality poem all you have to is to gather some funny love poems and keep .. (Poetry)

Short Love Poem for Wedding

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 Bella Mclaine (February 08, 2010)  If you have, then we are on the same boat. Anyway, for the ladies, I am sure you enjoy the parts of the wedding dedicated to exchange of vows, sort of like wedding poetry. Weddings! Here goes one of my poems for wedding; Ooh baby you are one of a kind. Although you nag me every day I do not mind. I was in suspended animation, because she had caught my attention, I was almost caught in a . (Poetry)

Christina R. Jussaume—Pioneering Pensive Poetess!

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 Joseph Spence Sr (August 20, 2009)  Christina R. Jussaume is an awesome poetess from Massachusetts. She is a wonderful person, poetess and author. She specializes in Christian poetry books and writes her verses from the depths of her heart and soul. She started writing poetry to relieve the grief of losing her parents. Imagine living as an only child with no parents or siblings. She is the author of five volumes of poetry . (Poetry)

Happy Birthday Wonderful Mary Duhart My Sweet Sister (Double Etheree Poem)

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 Joseph Spence Sr (August 20, 2009)  This Etheree poem goes out the one and only Mary Duhart my poetic sister on her special day. It’s not every day that a person celebrates such a special day. There are times when some never got to celebrate because life has been cut short; as a result, when the opportunity comes along, one should take the opportunity to kick back and have a celebration. While enjoying the .. (Poetry)

Daveda Gruber a Jovial Blonde and Awesome Poetess

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 Joseph Spence Sr (August 19, 2009)  There are several ways and styles in which to write an acrostic poem. Normally, an acrostic poem uses the letters in a word to begin each line of the poem. Thereafter, all lines of the poem must relate to or describe the main topic word or title of the poem. The poem is written with the word formed vertically down the left side page. One letter should be used for each line. The letter .. (Poetry)

Dynamic Romantic Poetry Session—Uplifting Rumi, Sappho, Shelly, and Dickinson

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 Joseph Spence Sr (August 18, 2009)  Recently, I attended a poetry session at my church. Everyone I attendance had a wonderful time to the best of my knowledge. It was so beautiful, and the discussion was so inspiring and elevating. We read romantic poems from Jelaluddin Rumi (1207-1273). He was a Persian poet, and was well loved my many. We looked at one poem from the book T<i>he Essential Rumi</i>, entitled .. (Poetry)

Michael Jackson “King of Pop”—Gone Too Soon!

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 Joseph Spence Sr (August 18, 2009)  Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, certainly showed the world in his own style that he was truly the Great King of Pop with a heart of gold. He cared for those he came across and provided for their welfare. The charities to which he contributed came as a surprise to many. Being featured in Guinness World Records for his contributions is really a wonderful deed in his support of the .. (Poetry)

Search Engine Optimization SEO Is E-Mail Campaigns and Advertising Banners

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 Zeus Obama (February 16, 2009)  Many people who are new to internet marketing think that search engine optimization is one solution to insufficient traffic. Search engine optimization, or SEO for short, for more detail go to: www.greatseosecrets.com. is actually a package of multiple services that help drive traffic to web sites. In a nutshell, SEO covers the following aspects: respect for search engines and their .. (Poetry)

Loyalty Loyalty, the Key to Relational and Professional Harmony

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 Paul Davis (December 25, 2008)  Unswerving in heartfelt allegiance A binding tie that unites and holds us Far more than merely being forever Faithful to an ideal, cause, or custom This between us is a divine union Expressing and showing fidelity A commitment true and exemplary One that inwardly consumes and engulfs Outwardly surrounding and satisfying The blessings from above always gratifying A cherished gift from .. (Poetry)

Losing Those We Love

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 Will Curl (December 16, 2008)  William Shakespeare wrote that parting was sweet sorrow. Rather or not it is sweet or not may be up for debate but the fact that it brings great sorrow cannot be denied. Losing those we love to the unavoidable circle of life creates a wound that never really heals. In many cases it leaves emptiness in your heart that remains with you for the rest of your life. It has been said that .. (Poetry)

Waiting Trusting Loving You, How Much I Do That

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 Waleed Tariq (November 11, 2008)  I fear that is this a dream Today the one who is mine, where will he be tomorrow The fearing heart asks me again and again The fearing heart asks me again and again Waiting trusting & loving you, how much I do that Waiting trusting & loving you, how much I do that Tears in my eyes used to appear and they were perishable I use to recall all the memories of our lives Still I have .. (Poetry)

Whenever I See Your Face

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 Waleed Tariq (November 11, 2008)  May this land stop, May this sky hide forever, Whenever I see your face, Whenever I see your face, If you permit me, I can love you a little more my love, Sit in front of me, So I can fill my empty heart and my empty eyes, When you get upset, the night falls immediately, Without you it hides in my eyes, it simply hides, May this land stop, May this sky hide forever, Whenever I see .. (Poetry)

The Spark

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 Willam Wyndham Wyatt (October 15, 2008)  Life can be very sad. On the other hand, It can be delightfully happy, too. These words describe the happiness I felt, even though it was only temporary. But what in life is truly permanent? Only you can answer that. You probably will be what you are now, so lighten up and enjoy things while you can. Tomorrow it may rain. There once was a Wilmington girl whose hair was the color of .. (Poetry)

Enchantment of the Innocents

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 Willam Wyndham Wyatt (October 15, 2008)  I'm just a carpenter, but even carpenters have a need for a little mystery on occasion. This smoky-eyed woman, that's right, I said woman, taught me that there is mystery all around if you just open your eyes and look for it. Mystery, wonder, excitement, sadness, joy. If you pull your head out of your ego, you'll see that there is more to life than you have time for. But there's always .. (Poetry)

Yearn to Be Free

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 Willam Wyndham Wyatt (October 14, 2008)  Every so often, I get restless. I feel hemmed in and I must get away from things around me. When I was younger, I used to get drunk to solve that problem. As I got older and wiser, I found what I was searching for. To fly is a gift of separation from the earth for a while. It helps me to think clearly. The gift of altitude gives me more than just far vision. It gives me peace. The .. (Poetry)

In Search of Joy

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 Willam Wyndham Wyatt (October 14, 2008)  Who knows what good can come of the joining of two in holy matrimony? Certainly not me. I've never been married. That doesn't mean I haven't come very close, indeed, ‘cause I have. But that's another life and for another time. The words here tell much about how I felt a long time ago when I thought I met the one, if you catch my drift. I long to hear your voice. It's been so .. (Poetry)

My Poetry Collection

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 Thandeka Mapi (October 14, 2008)  A Smile Pure as spring water Overflowing like a river Can make your day Can break your day Telling a story Smile so powerful Rainbow colourful Singing wonderfully Beyond words loveable Each day available Each night kissable Warm as a morning sun Cool as a summer rain Dancing wholeheartedly Dazzling the day joyously With eyes shining Overwhelming Mesmerizing Filled with happiness Filled .. (Poetry)

Pot O' Gold

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 Willam Wyndham Wyatt (October 14, 2008)  I always say “yeah, I know" when someone talks about being in love and being married. But the fact is, I don't. I can only imagine what it must be like. The warmth of her body in your bed, early in the morning, before you rise. While she lies there, asleep, you look at her face and wonder what she's dreaming about. She moans softly and snuggles up to your back and you feel her .. (Poetry)

What If Simple Prayer Departs? (With the Death of the Whales)

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 Michael Mcshea (October 14, 2008)  What if - the largest creatures left in the sea, in the sea disappear for the sake of imagined enemies? Sonar, Sonar, Ping, Ping, Bang? - What if - the sound of the large creatures makes a heavenly noise that only God hears first coming from the planet? Prayer to you. Prayer to you. Thou whom are greater than me. - What if - the survivor of the Age of Saurs the little mammal rodent and .. (Poetry)

"Kisses" (Madness Before Death - With Commentary Notes - A Poem in Spanish and English)

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 Dennis Siluk Ed.D. (October 13, 2008)  Note: All poems for this book were selected (or chosen with careful review) in August of 2007, except for “Kisses, " chosen, and added to this selection in, October, of 2008 for its extraordinary content, intensity, and external effects. English Version Sounds of doves kissing under the moon you have left in my mouth. Honeycombs with delirious and wild happiness you have left in . (Poetry)

Poetry - Internal Ramblings of Automatic Writing Or Scribing Process

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 Mary Ann Harrington (October 04, 2008)  What Can I Say? Gender bender, radical right. Fortnight coming, out of sight! Tumultuous times, mornings anew. Filled with rapture, yet sensing doom! Where am I now? Where will I be? No recognition of truth, What do I see? Askance is my vision, narrowing now! To what is expected, why and how? Wandering out, reigning in Flamboyant and powerful, meek and dim! Who is in charge? I do not .. (Poetry)

Poetry For Teens - Ways to Express Yourself

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 Wendy Pan (October 02, 2008)  In their wonder years, as they evolve from innocence to experience, this awkward age offers lighter and darker sides of everyday life. These frustrating years can often be times of utter silence. Poetry for teens can be a means of releasing the emotional loss of a friend, family member or even a pet. Relocation, can be very stressful as well. Some families move frequently. At these .. (Poetry)

What a Shame

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 Poran Poregbal (September 30, 2008)  What a shame that the president of a country does not know about history. What a shame that the president of a country does not respect the world. What a shame that the president of a country does not recognize his own problems in relation to the nation he is this much distant from. What a shame that the president of a country overlook his own nation's intellect. What a shame that .. (Poetry)

Online Poetry Journals - Submitting Your Work

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 Gary Pearson (September 30, 2008)  Writing for online poetry journals will not get you rich, but it will bring you personal satisfaction and can help your writing career. As the price of paper and gas go up, many periodicals are choosing to go in part or entirely online. There are many e-zines of high literary quality and a wide-reaching audience that traditional paper magazines or journals just can't reach. Competition . (Poetry)

Prayers For Peace

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 Poran Poregbal (September 30, 2008)  Dear God: You know that we Iranian people are working hard to make sense of the unfolding events back home that hurt our souls constantly You know that we are trying to comprehend the tyranny forced upon us, the bemoaning culture put on our shoulders, and the intricate retrogression You know that we are fearful about the continuum of the miserable and much complex life back home You .. (Poetry)

Sun, Sand and Her Smile - A Brief Fantasy Unveiled

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 Willam Wyndham Wyatt (September 30, 2008)  Who knows why these things happen. I met her at a store where I was doing some renovations. One day I had to pass by her to get to my work, but she stood in my way. She held out her hand and when she opened it, there was a Hershey's Kiss. At first I was confused. Then, I understood that this beautiful woman was offering a simple gift of kindness that melted my gruff professional .. (Poetry)

Within Animated Faery Pictures My Lily Discovers Rainbows Or Drawings of Scorpions

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 Kathy Ostman-Magnusen (September 19, 2008)  Lily is my inner child. She dances within animated faery pictures laced with rainbows. She beacons a light hearted soul sometimes found in me. Lily. . . that's what I've named her. I think of her as someone separate from me my solace my pretend celtic design tattoos of creativity. We often sit together sipping tea seeking magic faries and mermaids color pages. We keep leaves in our .. (Poetry)

My Mother

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 Chukwu Raphael (September 14, 2008)  TRY AGAIN Try again my brothers Try again my sisters To try is to search To succeed is to have found and learning Try once more To try is success Trying is living Living is success To stop trying is to start dying Never to try is the ultimate death Cos try and fail try and fail is living But living and not trying is failure and death Try and fail try and fail is a chance to go on Try .. (Poetry)

30 Birthday Wishes As You Turn 30 Years Old

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 Paul Davis (September 02, 2008)  I wish that you will be brave and always bold So you can arise and pursue your passion Putting feet to your faith and taking action. I wish for you self control which leads to success As you harness yourself to be your personal best. I wish that you will be still and quiet your soul When restlessness, disillusionment, and discomfort Seek to trouble, torment you, and take control. I .. (Poetry)

Duplicating Snowflakes and Other Signs of Rain - Can Lily Escape? The Saga of Lily Goes On

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 Kathy Ostman-Magnusen (August 31, 2008)  White gauze on her eyes taking hostage of her thinking bandages over her mind listless. . . she fell. Someone whispered to me, "She will not fall far no not far at all. No need to worry about Lily. Walk here along this splendid path one careless step is as good as the other if you don't envision an outcome. Sadness lends a soulful journey" I think of her unending now the undoing of .. (Poetry)

What Real Love Does

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 Nicole Gayle (August 20, 2008)  Love in all of its splendor and beauty is magnificent, is wonder is agape, is delight does not manipulate or seek for its right Love is a song, a beautiful melody breath and symphony dance and delicious taste and create, more to the heart and never goes away Love does the things that are possible with courage Love is faith and faith is brave and believes in the things that can't be seen . (Poetry)

Reappearance (Chinese-English) - Poems by Hsu Chicheng - A Review

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 Ram Krishna Singh (August 17, 2008)  Hsu Chicheng. REAPPEARANCE. (Chinese-English). Trans. Yang Zongze. Publishers: The Earth Culture Press (USA). Chongqing City, P. R. China, 2008, pp. 153. Price: US$ 15.00. ISBN 978-0-9637599-6-5/A.061 Getting old is not only natural but also a blessing from God. It is an opportunity to rejuvenate oneself by re-living with hope in life. Hsu Chicheng, a renowned contemporary Chinese poet, . (Poetry)

World Leaders and Their Deficiencies

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 Barry Stewart (August 17, 2008)  Why is everything we see and hear designed to bring us down, as we walk about in a daze with our face in a perpetual frown. The media and press don't help in any way, all they seem to depict is fighting and violence and never kids at play. Although, indeed it may appear the world is being held to ransom by power mad dictators. They do nothing but fight and argue about who is the most .. (Poetry)

The Weakening of America (America in Prophecy, a Poem)

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 Dennis Siluk Ed.D. (August 15, 2008)  Twice put high (WWI & “WWII) Twice put low (Dec 7, and 9/11) What is happening to you, America? The Orient is weakening you! You have conflicts everywhere, And when the time of need comes You'll have no fruit to bear. . . " Yes, of yes, Alas! But you will fail At the time of real need-your Adversary will make you wail. Long wars, seldom fun, never won Those you now call .. (Poetry)

Poetry Lives

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 Clive West (August 14, 2008)  Poetry is as alive as it ever was although its modern form seems a world away from its traditional arrangement of close rhyme and tightly rhythmic verse. With the general tendency towards shortened English (eg textspeak) in common use and with the perceived (although not by all of us) reduced importance in grammar, it is not immediately obvious why anyone would want to keep alive a form . (Poetry)

I Don't Look Like What I Been Through!

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 Syvia Turner (August 13, 2008)  In a world so cold So cold and lonely No one to talk No one to call my homie Mom ain't around Drugs took her along time ago I ain't seen her in three days since she walked out the front door Father to drunk to know that I exist alcoholic step dad says “I'm to pretty to resist" I pray every night Lord, please take me away I lay in my bed at night and pray pray pray My sister is .. (Poetry)

The Great Dark

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 Michael Mcshea (August 13, 2008)  - A great dark bird (B-1) circles above. - It is hard to ignore as I approach and park, then go do a late day routine. - Lines in the desert seem more crisply defined with clear blue sky overhead. - Black silhouette against electric blue is hard to miss. - Driving here everyday sees training flights all the time as they round the city. - Oddly comfortable, a nation's ready defense .. (Poetry)

Divorce and Broken Relationships - Wings Left on the Ground, Forever Wondering

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 Kathy Ostman-Magnusen (August 08, 2008)  I am the stem of a flower the road home. I am a walk in an English garden. I am every goodnight story that you can barely remember. I am a caring stroke across your forehead. I am a gentle breeze through an open window. I am waiting. . . still to find those sentiments those folds within the daylight that remind me I am still breathing. You might disagree but circumstances bleed a .. (Poetry)

He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

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 Brianna Barker (August 07, 2008)  so confused where do I stand? do you want to be here with me hand in hand are we the same people we were when we met? or are you changing me are you my biggest threat? I cant tell anymore where I end and you begin my heart has hit the floor over and over again. you showed me what it was like to fall in love I gave to you my heart and now its empty of all the things I thought I'd feel .. (Poetry)




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