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  • Beryl L Edmonds, United Kingdom
  • January 24, 2019

Superb, poetry as its best.

We should count our blessings one by one,
Every night and day, lest they be gone.
Friends and family, hold onto them tight,
For they may disappear in a trice,
Melting away, same as snowflakes do.
Pray they'll always be around for you.

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  • Prasasi Meiliya
  • January 23, 2019

l am an English teacher at a junior high school, and I really enjoy your poem. One day I hope I can make a poem like this.

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  • RAJDEEP DUTTA
  • January 23, 2019

In this poem, the poet tried to explain that we shouldn't judge or make fun of others like the mountain did to the squirrel small in size.

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  • Name
  • January 23, 2019

Yea, I feel this way as well. It's like the depression inside of me eats me up. It makes me feel worthless and insecure.

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  • Veronica Escalera, Texhoma, OK
  • January 23, 2019

This just touched my heart on how to express my feelings to my middle daughter. It's so hard sometimes to speak to her in a way that she can understand how much I love her.

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  • Wiki
  • January 23, 2019

PLEASE DON'T KEEP HURTING YOURSELF. I hope I'm not too late. It's going to be okay. I honestly understand, and yes, it's very hard, but everything gets better. I hope you find the beauty and hope in life.

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  • Laura
  • January 23, 2019

My aunt just died a week ago. Thank you for your poem. It hasn't been easy. Your poem made me feel better.

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  • Julie Atkin
  • January 23, 2019

I lost my mum, Edna, 5 years ago next week. When I lost her I wanted so much to be with her. She was my best friend. Mum was 90 years old and had a fall that she never recovered from. Mum was hoping to make it to 100 so she would get a card from the queen. My life has changed so much, but you do manage, but always a piece is missing. I find it still hard on special occasions. I always say goodnight to mum, and I will see her one day.

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  • Mensah Brown
  • January 22, 2019

My Ally, the queen of my heart, you make life look so simple with your beautiful smile and face. Your soft way of calling my name gives me hope; it encourages me to look for you whenever you are away. You've become the light in my lonely darkness, took always every fear in my lonely world. I walk alone now, but I feel you within me because you are always on my mind. You appear in my dreams anytime I close my eyes. In fact, you are a remedy to my sickness. My joy, you will forever be my love, loving you has become what I love doing all the time. I love you dearly, my beautiful, charming girl.

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  • Sangeeta Saha
  • January 22, 2019

This poem is so true to life and touches my heart. Hats off to the poet to justify her honest point of view and thus influence the new poets to get inspired.

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