Recent Community Stories
  • Bandile King, KwaZulu Natal, Ladysmith
  • July 23, 2019

My friend's mother also had one miscarriage, and the second baby died after being one month old. The mother still numbing that pain, and I hope this poem is going to help her.

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  • Kumari Weerasooriya
  • July 23, 2019

Healing power of nature is unparalleled. It is beautifully depicted through the poem. It also contains a hidden warning to those who senselessly destroy nature because man has no life without natural beauty.

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  • Jenifer L Woolf, Shirley
  • July 23, 2019

You nailed it on this one! Awesome job. I wish I had this God-given creative talent. Thank you for sharing. Keep doing what you're doing. You're doing a great job.

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  • Natasha Mistri
  • July 23, 2019

Excellent poem about music. It teaches us more and more about music.

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  • Daniel
  • July 22, 2019

I lost my mom to the cold hands of death in 1999, just two years after my grandma passed on. I still grieve each time I have so much to discuss with her, like I'd been doing before her tragic demise. I miss her each and every day, yet I don't have a picture of her I could hold on to. Sometimes I'd whisper to the walls in my room, wishing and hoping she were there listening. But now I know she is not dead, she is in everything around me. Thank you so much for this poem...it just made my day!!!

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  • Jim Borha
  • July 22, 2019

My brother was born on August 18, 1998. His name was Biki, and he left this world on May 14, 2018. It was a very unlucky day for our family. He was just 19 years when he died. It is very difficult to accept that he is no more. He was my real hero. Now we have to stay with his memory. Biki, I love you.

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  • Kristine Lesher
  • July 21, 2019

My mother, Bonnie, died 20 years ago. She was only 72. She would be 92 now. Mom had cancer for 20 years before it took her. I was an only child. We were best friends. She died of breast cancer. I miss her every day. She was a wonderful person. Can't seem to get over it. She was a very laid back person unlike me who is like chicken little. She came back once, said she was very happy and that she would be on this earth as long as I was alive. I guess that meant to watch over me.

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  • Melissa Everett
  • July 21, 2019

You are not alone. My husband got 5 years, and ever since he went in, I've been depressed and not eating. Somehow I have to pull it together to raise our 4 children. It's incredibly hard. I cry every day with that deep, sad feeling in the pit of my stomach that will not ease up. It's overwhelming for sure, but I take one day at a time.

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  • Prince
  • July 21, 2019

Why do some adults think that depression is a thing that can be easily forgotten? Like my own parents say, "Why don't you just forget about it and live life like a normal person?" I am normal...just because I'm depressed doesn't mean I'm not normal. Instead of helping me through this, you ask me to remove it like every emotion I ever felt...why is this normal, not me?

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  • Grace Okwe
  • July 21, 2019

Today the 21st of July, 2019 marks 10 years since I lost my mom in a ghastly motor accident. It has been a rough ride for my siblings, my dad and I. She left us when we needed her the most. Worst of all, we didn't even get to say goodbye or see her corpse because she was burnt and they wouldn't even open the coffin. I wish I could see her now, hold her so tight, tell her how much I love and miss her and never let go! Oh death, you have dealt with us by taking away our jewel of inestimable value. Our everything. We miss you, Mom, and we love you forever.

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