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Share Your Story

After each poem, we ask you, "Were you touched by this poem? Share your Story!". When a poem touches you, please join the tens of thousands over the years who have shared their own stories of love, heartache and healing.

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Recent Community Stories
  • Barbara
  • June 15, 2024

This poem may be a Funeral Poem but I feel that this poem is really beautiful I read it for the first time in 2011 and loved it then and still do. I lost my dad in November of 2008 and as I read this poem, I think of my dad who was a special man loving, and hardworking.

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  • Ann D. Stevenson, Gloucestershire, UK
  • June 14, 2024

I really enjoyed this poem, but enjoyed your poem about writing a sonnet even more - so clever and beautifully put together. Very best wishes, Ann

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  • Vanessa
  • June 12, 2024

Be strong and keep believing in your true self! Realize that you are not the voices in your head. You are a survivor and your truth matters. You are worthy. Very few people will be able to understand as they will have had their own experience. Know that I understand you. Take care my fellow human being. Bless you!

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  • Derek S. Weaver, Bentonville, AR
  • June 12, 2024

Sandra, thank you and every word is true in the poem.

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  • Ann D. Stevenson, Gloucestershire, UK
  • June 11, 2024

I love this poem - it's a bit like one of mine on Family Friends, called 'Among the Stars'. We both obviously share the same sort of feelings inspired by the night sky. Best wishes, Ann

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  • Ann D. Stevenson, Gloucestershire, UK
  • June 10, 2024

What a lovely message your poem sends. Grandchildren are so special. Best wishes, Ann

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  • John P. Read, London
  • June 9, 2024

That's so sad Emma, losing a loved one is never easy, when all you have are memories, but they live on in our hearts.

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  • John P. Read, London
  • June 9, 2024

Thank you Allur for your kind words it means a lot.

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  • Melissa Zarou, Florida
  • June 8, 2024

A week ago today I found out my uncle John was dead. I had reconnected with him years ago and I'm glad I got the chance to do so. I will miss and love him so much cause I'm his only and favorite niece.

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  • Ann D. Stevenson, Gloucestershire, UK
  • June 8, 2024

I firmly believe in writing for well-being, it helped me enormously through my husband's terminal illness. People on Family Friends are so kind with their comments and encouragement. So, keep writing. Very best wishes, Ann

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