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  • Lisa Marie Murray Kilmire
  • 2017-05-19 22:05:05

Hi, my name is Lisa. I lost my son 17 years ago on Mother's Day to his father. My son at that time was 5 1/2. He is now 22. I thank God today for answering my prayer because as of tomorrow I will see my son for the first time in 17 years. Don't give up hope. Your child will come to you. Lisa

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  • Rose
  • 2017-05-19 18:43:20

We already have 3 beautiful healthy living children who we raise happily, but they are so young and their father said we can't manage another one. He yelled, argued, and pushed me. His family even agreed abortion is the right option. At the time I didn't think about it- I just did it, but now months later I feel remorse, I feel deep pain. Abortion makes us lose our humanity, our soul. It's the devil's work. I will miss you every day.

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  • Taylor Hesting
  • 2017-05-19 15:21:20

It's been 5 years since I lost my grandfather. Sometimes I feel like there is no reason to go on. I cry every single day because he was the only one who thought I was normal and not some freak. He understood me more than my own mother ever will. He knew when I was mad or sad. He was there when I needed someone to help me with my anger or depression. I know he's not hurting, but now I am because I don't have anyone to help me when I am angry or depressed. I miss you Pa. I hope your proud of me.

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  • Carla Nichols
  • 2017-05-19 13:57:20

Hi, I'm Carla. One night when me and my friends, Dylan, Makayla, and Timothy, were hanging out my friends told me to do something that I really didn't want to do, but I still did. When I told my friend Timothy that I was single he asked me out, and I told him I would have to think about it because I had just asked a guy out that same day. The guy I asked said we should only be friends, so I said that's okay. I went to Timothy, who I'd known for a year, and I told him yes, and that's how it all started.

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  • Anonymus
  • 2017-05-19 12:01:22

Hi! I'm a soon-to-be 8th grader who has a crush on a soon-to-be 9th grader. I just hate it because I had feelings for him since I was in the 5th grade and I never got to tell him because I'm always hiding in the shadows, watching him from afar. I've always seen him going out with other girls, and I do feel a bit jealous. It's my lost after all. :( *sighs* When will I ever get him to notice a plain girl like me?

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  • Stanley Ananta
  • 2017-05-19 11:49:44

Hello Jundy....I am Stanley from Indonesia. Reading your poem touches my heart. Yes, it is a miracle since "he" met "she" in mom's tummy. Your sentence, "An answer to a prayer that long we've sent above" is what my wife and I have been doing in 7 years. Praise God…now we are expecting a baby to be born in about 1.5 months.

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  • LeSandra Hunting
  • 2017-05-19 11:33:31

This is so touching! It exactly explains how I feel. I had a breakdown at school and my friends are asking me what's wrong, but the problem is that one of my closest friends moved away and I have family problems. How are you supposed to answer that question if you don't know what to say?!

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  • Brianna
  • 2017-05-19 09:28:16

This poem has really touched me. I've been trying to find poems to share with my boyfriend about a daddy losing his baby. We lost our 3 week old baby on March 30, 3017. You don't find as many poems about a daddy losing his little girl as you do ones for mommies. I think what touched me the most is that our little girl's name is Lexi as well and she was very much a daddy's girl from the moment she was born. Her name is Alexis Willow Charlene.

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  • Maranatha E. Okpako
  • 2017-05-19 04:41:15

I always believed in having friends, but after spending half my life looking for true friends and losing the ones I thought I found... I have come to a conclusion that real friends only exists in fairy tales. Though I long for true friends, I have seen nothing but sore betrayals. And believe me, I've had enough.

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  • Mackenzie Tondre
  • 2017-05-18 21:19:04

I have the same problem. I've been cutting ever since I was 11. I'm 13, now. Almost 14. I want to stop, but it's so hard. I put a semi-colon on my arm and wait for it to fade, and once it fades I draw it again. It helps. I hope you get better. I'll be praying for you Kathy. I'm always here.

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