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  • Joshua Edwards
  • March 25, 2019

This poem has significantly changed the perspective of my life and how I view it. It has inspired me to be the one who changes the world. As I scroll through the poems, I read and just savor the goodness and the thought that you put into your masterpieces. I thank you for all you have bestowed on behalf of your amazing poems. I really hope and pray that you will continue to write such uplifting and life-changing poems. You have really set the stage for me to achieve my future endeavors. I was also reading your biography, and I saw that you were a social worker. My mom is a social worker and I would love to impart on the behalf of the children I mentor. I can't thank you enough for what you how much you have written for everyone to see! Thank you!!

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  • Tshogyal Dema
  • March 25, 2019

It is such a wonderful poem filled with beautiful advice on life. I really enjoyed it till the end. And it is very motivational and inspiring too. Really loved it.

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  • Anushree Dey
  • March 25, 2019

This poem so beautiful...it reminds me of my dear friend who I'm sure doesn't realize how much I love her. We fight, cry, and then may not talk for a while, but at the end we find our way to each other. The meaning of the poem is so deep...it touches one's heart.

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  • Anushree Dey
  • March 25, 2019

I am a born nature lover. I have always been inspired by its grace and beauty. Currently I'm trying to make my own poem diary containing all my favourite poems, most of which are based on nature .This poem is one of my favourites.

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  • Kumari Weerasooriya
  • March 24, 2019

Children's world is innocent, pure and beautiful. It is full of imagination. The adults who can identify with children and look at the world through their eyes make the world beautiful and convert it to a convenient place for children. This tiny poem takes me back to my daughter's innocent childhood in which she once tried to build a home with leaves for ants, keeping some sugar and water inside for them to eat and drink.

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  • Malibongwe
  • March 23, 2019

The is this girl I love more than anything. I gave her all my heart, but she didn't recognize that, so she left me and now I am wondering if I am a fool or just being a coward.

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  • Truthhurts
  • March 23, 2019

Age. Family. Work... could play a huge part. Or he might be married. Men can be master deceivers.

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  • Makayla
  • March 23, 2019

Wow, I liked how you wrote this poem because like this is a really touchy subject, and if I lost my mom I wouldn't know what to do because my mom is my everything. I'm 16 years old, almost 17.

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  • Makayla
  • March 23, 2019

I really loved this poem. Why do I treat people the way they want to be treated but they don’t treat me the way I want to be treated? I’m 16 years old, almost 17, and I’ve had a rough childhood. It was good until the 4th grade when I got locked in the courtyard, and then it was good again until 6th-8th grade. People bullied me, and people pushed me around and knocked things out of my hand. Then it was good until 10th grade. I got told to kill myself, and if I didn’t, they would do it for me.

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  • Makayla
  • March 23, 2019

I really loved this poem. It made me cry my eyes out like a baby, and it makes me think of all the hard times I’ve gone through. I’ve had to deal with my best friend committing suicide, which made me even more depressed.

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