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  • Sofia Marteli
  • March 28, 2019

I love, love to bake with my stepmom. We are a dynamic duo with cupcakes. This poem is so funny. All my friends loved it.

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  • Jade Glenn
  • March 28, 2019

My brother has been in the army for over a year now. He went to the Middle East last July. We couldn't talk to him for the longest time, and it killed me. He is my best friend, and not having him by my side every day is honestly depressing. Our bedrooms are right next to each other, and whenever I hear his door open, I instantly break down. Whenever I see his name pop up on my phone, I get so worried when we don't hear from him. I am 17 years old and my brother is 19 years old. We are super close. He's the person that I would go to and tell everything to.

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  • Montanna
  • March 27, 2019

That's how I was. I told one person who was my best friend. He told me every day that I need to tell my parents. I told him no because I was terrified of how they would take it. I took his advice finally, and when he betrayed me and ruined my heart, my parents were there for me to cry. They helped me through it all. It sucks sitting inside pretending to be all happy, when the truth is that you're dying. Reading these poems and all the comments have saved me so many times.

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  • Nicole Jones
  • March 26, 2019

This poem touched me so deeply. I lost my dad last year on November 9, 2018. He died right after my birthday. He had a massive heart attack while he was asleep. It was so suddenly. We didn't expect it. He was very close to me. I loved him dearly. I miss him so more now than ever. When I read this poem, all the memories can back to me. I will never forget the good times we shared while he was still with us, so thank you for this!!!

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  • Kumari Weerasooriya
  • March 26, 2019

I have studied Frost's poems. I love them because of the philosophy of life Frost expresses through them. "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" taught Mahatma Gandhi, one of the great leaders in the world, and also teaches us the meaning of human life. "The Road Not Taken" too educates the readers to look at life with a broad vision, specially at critical situations when decision making is difficult. I also love the musicality of Frost's poems as he has said, "Poetry without rhyme and rhythm is like playing badminton without a net."

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  • Luna
  • March 26, 2019

Wow. I understand what you are going through. Please let us know, are you all right?

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  • Oyama
  • March 26, 2019

True love is so hard to find these days, but there are so few people who know what true love is, and love is such an amazing thing. I would never play with somebody's heart again because it comes back. Another thing I want to tell people is that no matter how poor the person you are in love with, never leave him because love is not about prosperity. What matters is love, trust, and loyalty.

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  • Makayla
  • March 25, 2019

This was a really great poem. I'm 16 years old, and my boyfriend is 14, and he broke up with me to be with my sister. When she went to his house this past weekend, he kissed her while we were dating. I confronted her about it, and she said I did not let him kiss me and I said that's a lie. He broke up with me to try to get back with my sister, but little does he know she is dating someone. No, I will not go back to him.

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  • Tazg
  • March 25, 2019

I am glad you are on the mend...remember you are worthy always. Don't worry, you will find your people who will love you to the moon and back. I promise it is true.

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  • Ariel Sky
  • March 25, 2019

My best friend means the world to me. About 3 months ago she was diagnosed with cancer again. She's so strong and beautiful, and I can't stop thinking what if. What if she doesn't make it? What if something goes wrong? What if it changes her? What if?

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