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  • Shilpee Prasad
  • November 19, 2018

I love every word embedding with mocking courage. Inspiring, memorable, and I bow down to the pen.

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  • JZIE
  • November 18, 2018

It's not bad to enter in a relationship. Only that you have to take risks and expect the unexpected. Because sometimes love is unpredictable; maybe today you're happy and tomorrow you aren't. But one thing is for sure, in every ending there's always a beginning. This poem totally spoke for what my heart wants. I'm still longing for my past. It makes me want to go back, approach him and turn back the old times. It was a short-term relationship, but the pain on my heart healing is a continuous process. Sometimes I lowered my pride and followed what my heart wanted, but it's not enough. So, to the person I loved before, I love you and goodbye. It's time for me to love myself and see what's in store for me as I find my future husband.

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  • Wondee
  • November 18, 2018

I am so blessed to have a set of triplets. Whenever I look at them growing, my heart is always filled with joy.

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  • JZIE
  • November 18, 2018

Being in a relationship feels like you are on cloud nine. But how can you identify whether a relationship is a toxic or a good relationship if you are blinded by your heart? This poem inspires me a lot to just wait for the right man that He designed for me in His most righteous way. That's why I stayed single after 2 short-term relationships to guys I couldn't trust.

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  • JZIE
  • November 18, 2018

I really love this poem; it spoke what my mouth can't. I once met this guy. We accidentally met and didn't expect to fell for each other. We were both 18 years old then. I just fell for him, not because of his looks, kind gestures, and the like, but maybe because of innocence and my eagerness to feel the love, how to be loved and the feeling that you get when you wake up, knowing someone will say the sweetest words that every girl wants to hear. I thought of our future, that someday we would be "one" in the eyes of God, but we ended up departing each other for the reasons of "I have to finish my studies and fulfill my dreams." I hope and pray that one day I will meet a man who will love me for who I am, accept my flaws, and reciprocate my feelings. In God's perfect time.

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  • Mary Cathleen
  • November 17, 2018

I am so sorry for all the pain you are feeling, and if I could, I'd give you a big hug and try to make you feel better. I know you must have been scared and felt like there was no way out. But if you ever find yourself stuck again and if you every feel like abortion is the only way out just remember YOU DONT HAVE TO DO IT. There are so many people who will carry you through the tough times and will be by your side and help you have your baby. Also God forgives you and will forgive you a thousand times over because he loves you. He loves you so much and he will never turn his back on you no matter what! Right now he is holding your baby in his arms protecting your sweet child until you are in heaven and can hold your baby yourself. I know we live in a crazy world, and I know there are more bad days than good, but just remember God loves you, and there are so many people who are willing to support you with all the love and resources you need to heal and never have to make that decision again.

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  • Izzy
  • November 17, 2018

My friend Winter and I were BFF's. We played together every single recess. We had lots of ups and downs, but that never tore us apart, until two years ago we had a HUGE fight. We aren't friends anymore. :(

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  • Izzy Richards
  • November 17, 2018

That is very, very sweet! I have a friend named Karly who is just like Shajaa.

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  • ROBBIN GARNER
  • November 16, 2018

My only daughter passed away 5/9/14. For some reason, God blessed me to see this poem in my email. 11/3 was her birthday. I got through some of the pain I feel, but every time I look at her pictures and touch her ashes, I feel said all over again. Reading this poem helped me today. It was just what I needed because she left a son behind.

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  • Lucy
  • November 16, 2018

So glad I discovered this. Absolutely loved it! Roald Dahl does it again!

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