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  • Tammy Harty
  • 2017-01-10 06:48:25

Hi Teresa, it's such a sad story. We all know how it feels. I had a beautiful baby girl who lived for 2 days and was taken away from me. I'm now 22; it happened over 2 year ago, but it has honestly took a toll on me. I also had miscarriages. But God is good. I have a beautiful baby boy. He's nearly 4, running around. Tell your son and daughter- in-law don't lose faith. I hope it will happen for them. God bless you all xx

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  • Hirut Melaku
  • 2017-01-10 01:57:36

My hubby and I met 3 years ago on social sites. We weren’t through many ups and down. Now we’re getting married and living along with his family and my previous two kids. He is really a blessing, and brings wonders of eternal love to my life. I surrender myself the rest of our lives. I dearly love him to death.

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  • Tammy Kennett
  • 2017-01-09 23:52:39

My dad's dad, who was the only person I ever referred to as my grandpa, died when I was just 9 years old. I am 39 years old. This poem put into perspective the exact words to describe my feelings I always felt about my grandpa.

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  • Jac Judy A. Campbell
  • 2017-01-09 23:19:40

Wow, spiders. I am not fond of them. I know they can't eat much, but I don't want them crawling on me. Once my daughters found a tarantula and wanted him for a pet, so they put him in a class jar with a few holes in the lid, and that thing finally spun a large web around himself and never moved. I think he hibernated, because he stayed like that all winter long, and when spring came, he started moving around. The girls started feeling sorry for him, thinking he may be hungry, so they took him away from the house and let him go. I was glad.

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  • Jac Judy A. Campbell
  • 2017-01-09 22:58:54

Oh yes, the bee you are right! People associate the bee as something to sting them. I know I do. I'm allergic to the bee sting. I have to carry an injection to give myself a shot to counteract the poison. I have been in the hospital several times. I have been bit on my hand, foot, arm, the top of my head, finger, and cheek. But I know for sure without the honey bees it would be very hard to feed ourselves. They are very hard workers and work hard to pollenate so much of what we eat, about 1/3 to be exact, so I truly say I have a large amount of respect for them. And I have learned to stay out of their way, and that keeps me happy! Cute poem.
Jac Judy A. Campbell

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  • Jac Judy A. Campbell
  • 2017-01-09 22:43:09

I liked your poem. Whether it rhymed or not, it was from the heart, and I can relate. I have two sisters and I'm the oldest. My sister next to me just passed away two months ago. We were close. For twenty five years we were hang around buddies, we had fun, enjoyed each other, shared and borrowed things from each other, and it was a great friendship. Love her while you have her, accept her for who she is, compromise, and be kind. You won't regret it.
Jac Judy A. Campbell

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  • Professor Snape
  • 2017-01-09 18:18:47

What an interesting poem. Reminds me of the friends I had when I was back at school...

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  • Vijaya
  • 2017-01-09 18:16:12

I just lost my sister on November 13, 2016. I am feeling so miserable. She was only 62. Untimely death. I am hurting so much. It's unbearable pain. I am still having trouble believing that it has happened.

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  • Rebekah K.
  • 2017-01-09 13:55:34

I agree. This is exactly how I feel. I think this speaks well for all the hurting hearts.

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  • Maria
  • 2017-01-09 12:12:32

This poem is just what I was looking for. Today my friend and I are celebrating 38 years of friendship. We have been through it all.

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