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Recent Community Stories
  • Thenuka Bouteju
  • March 30, 2021

This is a wonderful poem. It talks about stuff that most children are scared about, and it has a moral too, which is life is hard but no matter what don't give up.

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  • Ibis Farias
  • March 29, 2021

Very nice job! This is the type of resource I am looking for my English classes. Thanks a lot.

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  • Ann D. Stevenson, Gloucestershire, UK
  • March 28, 2021

Loved the poem, so clever and funny. A much needed bit of humour in lockdown.

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  • Lana
  • March 23, 2021

I have a crush on a guy who doesn't even notice me. So frustrating, and I wish he knew that I loved him. My heart questions what he'd say though.

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  • Irv West
  • March 23, 2021

I have worked with struggling teens almost all of my adult life (I am 80-years old now). And there is one constant for every one of my loved kids who built a good life for themselves: They found someone they trusted and talked to them. Make sure it is NOT someone judgmental. I would be privileged to be that person if you wish.

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  • Ruth Tonwon Flomo
  • March 22, 2021

I had my baby girl on the 7th of May 2019. She was the greatest gift that I have ever received since I was born. She was so healthy and very much lively till sickness started attacking her.

Faith-devine (My baby girl) was admitted in the hospital because of pneumonia. We spent thirteen days in the hospital for the first time, and seven days for the second time. The last time was on the 22nd of March 2020. I was with her that night till the next morning (March 23) the doctor told me that my baby was dead! Although she's dead, her memories live in my head. It's something I won't forget, though it's painful, but I don't want to ever forget her. I love you Faith-devine Mashata Taweh. Rest in peace, my little angel.

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  • Adeyemi Tunde
  • March 18, 2021

The chemistry subject can be difficult at first, but it will really show you everything you need to know in the world, because this world itself is chemistry.

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  • Ibrahim Antonio Dosal Murillo
  • March 16, 2021

As someone who passed through something like this, I really liked this poem. It reminds me about those times but still makes me happy every time since I was able to go past it by following my dreams. Seriously, just one of the best poems I've read!

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  • Ibrahim Antonio Dosal Murillo
  • March 16, 2021

Wow, great poem! I really liked the theme you were going for, and I hope you make more poems like this, truly one of my top 10 poems right now!

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  • Fiercehasfah
  • March 15, 2021

I have really liked this poem; it defines my bestie, Shayma.

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