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  • Emilius Rose Parsonage
  • November 26, 2018

So beautiful! A new way to see winter in my life. Too bad it doesn't snow near my home.

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  • S.Bascombe
  • November 24, 2018

I am so thankful to my husband for loving me unconditionally and sincerely.

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  • Maggie H
  • November 24, 2018

I can totally relate to this. I had finally found my group of friends my freshman year of high school. Everything was going great and we couldn't have been happier. There was a miscommunication/misunderstanding amongst all four of us. My group got mad at me and didn't even tell me they were mad. They completely shut me out and never told me why. I was really hurt because I thought these people were my friends, but they really weren't. I was hurt, and coming back to school on the Monday after the disagreement was really hard because I just wanted to go and talk to them, but I couldn't. Reading this poem helped me realize that we have to eliminate toxic people from our lives, even if it hurts. Letting go of my three friends really hurt me, and it still does, but after reading this poem I remembered that life continues and that I have to move on regardless of the pain. I will always have a scar on my heart from the emotional pain they have caused me.

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  • Carrie
  • November 24, 2018

I love your poem. Oh my, it hit home! Keep writing; do not stop. God gives us all a gift to bless others. Yours is writing!

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  • Judi Tabler
  • November 24, 2018

The very best help I can advise is going to her and holding her. Listening to her. Let her talk and tell you, maybe over and over, the same story...whatever she needs to say. And allow her to cry and sob. It's a process. She is walking through the grief, and there is no other way. Go to that place with her. There is a book. It is simple but profound. It's called "Tear Soup" and I have ordered it on Amazon for others just like they did for me. God bless. Prayers! -Judi

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  • Judi Tabler
  • November 24, 2018

I am so sorry. I totally empathize with you. You said it all.

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  • Felicity Wolfe
  • November 23, 2018

I got a random friend request on Facebook on November 6, 2018 from a guy who was and still is very handsome. However, at the time I didn't accept the friend request. But I did accept the Messenger request, so we have been conversing since then. He just makes me feel so different, he makes me safe in his words. He makes me smile, but he is a soldier overseas that goes on a lot of missions. I never dated anyone long distance before, but for the first time in my life I am willing to give it a try.

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  • Raymond Briscoe
  • November 23, 2018

The poem really hit home with me. I decided to use this for a compare and contrast essay for my literature class.

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  • A Stranger
  • November 23, 2018

Celebrate Christmas as you always would have. Keep the tradition at least for this year. You will cry, you will laugh, you will miss him. But from that star on top of your tree, he will be looking and laughing and smiling, and enjoying your Christmas with you, today and forever. Hope you have a good Christmas and a relaxed holiday season. With love from Canada.

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  • Cameron Colburn
  • November 23, 2018

For myself, I know someone wants me dead. I'm watched over by all the people I failed. All the people I let die. They watch over me. I feel them behind me when I have a gun to my head. Not in my hands. I should be dead long over and I'm not. Bullets miss. Knives miss. My friends will not let me go until justice is done. I'd name them all but it's 52 people.

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