Recent Community Stories
  • Debra L. Brown, USA
  • June 6, 2019

Thank you, Passion; you are so sweet and have such kind words. I can't take all of the credit; God has blessed me with this gift "of words."
-Blessings to you, my friend

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  • Debra L. Brown, USA
  • June 6, 2019

Thank you, Richard, for taking the time out to comment on my poem. I'm glad you enjoyed it. "How do I love thee?" is my favorite poems by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. I have enjoyed it for many years.
-Blessing to you

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  • Debra L. Brown, USA
  • June 6, 2019

Thank You, Joydip; your words are too kind. I remember when I was growing up, hearing a lot of the old famous poems, and they have made an impression on me. Since April was National Poetry month, I thought the old famous poets deserved to be honored. Blessings to you, my friend, and thanks again.
- Debra

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  • Kourtney Shamba
  • June 6, 2019

During high school when I was grade 10, we had a new physical science teacher. She was so kind and assisting. She developed a strong mother love for me and liked me so much that she started calling me her first daughter. A year later she got a transfer to another school in another town, yet we kept in contact. She would call to see how I was doing. Our relationship became that of a natural mother and daughter. She is not my biological mother, but I can say I love her as my own mother. She has been there for me all this time until now. She is the best mother I can ever have in my life. She is my light, my guide, and I will always love her. Our love has become inseparable over the years. Yes, mothers comes in many ways.

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  • Fiona Clark
  • June 5, 2019

This is such an inspiring poem. I understand exactly as well. People think they're just emotions, but they're so much more. It's like a constant battle in your own head.

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  • Muhammad Abul Kalam Azad
  • June 5, 2019

Through this poem, a wife can understand what her husband is feeling. This is an awesome poem that is inspiring for me. Thanks, writer.

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  • Alexis Sabree Simmons
  • June 5, 2019

I was always the 2nd funniest person at school. Then I met someone in my class. She made me really happy, and she was one of the best friends I ever met. Then I met another person. She was funny. I knew all 3 of us 3rd graders would move on to 4th grade together, graduate together, and be best friends forever.

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  • Kyla Frederick
  • June 5, 2019

I really connect with this poem because my best friend committed suicide on my brother's birthday and it's been so hard for everyone who loves him! I really like it because it explains how I feel most of the time!

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  • Cece
  • June 5, 2019

I actually had two best friends. We have been besties since 1st grade. Right now we're in 7th grade, and I'm no longer part of the crew. Last year we were separated and put into different classes. Both of them were in the same class and I was in another class. In their class they met another girl and kicked me out. We were best of friends, but now it's like I don't exist anymore. I try my best to distance myself because when I hang out with them I feel like a stranger.

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  • Tazmanian Devil
  • June 5, 2019

I have an uncle that just recently passed, and I never got the chance to hang out with him and make up for all my child and teenage years before cancer took him away from me and my family. I was not able to make it to him to say one last goodbye. Now I can't even make it to the funeral, and it is steadily eating me alive with every minute that's passing by.

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