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  1. Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover

    Not Being Defined By Looks

    Do not judge me
    From the outside,
    Because all you will see
    Is my stupid pride.

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    You are a very talented writer. We can only imagine what amazing company you would be. So intelligent, interesting, and much deeper than most. Amazing work! Keep writing and never forget how...

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  3. Written Pages

    Poem About Making Good Choices

    Your story is written day by day.
    It is written with things that you do and say.

    Daily you start with a page that is blank.

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    I like poems written in simple words so that even a layman can understand. This is one such. It is nice.

  4. Seeing Ourselves Clearly

    It’s difficult to take in the entirety of something
    when you are standing inside of it.
    Valleys are best seen from peaks.
    Mountains from their bases.

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    One should always keep an open mind when viewing the world around them, and what you say in your beautiful poem is so true, and other people often can see our inner beauty before we do. That...

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  6. A Poem About Time

    Reflective Poem About The Perception Of Time

    Time is slow, time is fast.
    It never stops, but it always lasts.
    It's time for bed, it's time for school.
    To waste your time is to be a fool.

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    Sisters made a great impact on my life. In 1949, at age six, I was brought to St Clara's Orphanage because neighbors found me alone in an empty house. It just so happened that I was born with...

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  7. Barter

    Life has loveliness to sell,
    All beautiful and splendid things,
    Blue waves whitened on a cliff,
    Soaring fire that sways and sings,

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    How wonderful to stop, really see, and appreciate what nature gives us. I too love the crashing waves, the dancing flames and beautiful smells around us, we need to be mindful of every moment...

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  8. Why

    Pondering Life

    Why do we begin if we don't plan to finish?
    Why do we love if we don't want to get hurt?
    Why do we live if someday we must die?
    Why do we smile if we really hurt inside?

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    Most of the answers to this poem in my eyes would be hope.

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  10. Love And Hate

    • By Debra D. Hines
    • Published: August 2019

    If Love is a dream,
    then I shall always dream.
    If Love is an earthquake,
    then let it shake me.

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    The conflict between love and hate is beautifully brought out. It is said that love and hate are like the two sides of a coin which remain so close to each other. This reminds me of the poems...

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  11. The Cleansing

    • By Danika
    • Published: May 2015
    Poem About Becoming Who You Want To Be

    Picture

    I'm bound in a black dress
    Laced with frill and feather.
    I walk through the ashen woods
    Through the mud and dirty weather.

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    I really like this app. It touched me in so many ways. It was like I was reading my life, especially about the abandonment that hurts so much. I'm only 14 and I'm searching for hope and peace...

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  12. Brotherhood

    • By Gerry Anderson
    • Published: August 2008

    I walk slowly down the streets paved with sadness,
    Addicts begging for favors and pleading for change,
    Desperation plagues their dark hollow eyes
    And their hearts, they are empty and I ...

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    When my father died, I though my world had died too. I no longer cared about anything, things I once cared about had no meaning, no worth. Unfortunately, this included not only material...

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  13. Reflections

    • By Alora Knight
    • Published: October 2019
    The Importance Of Memories

    There are moments in our life we'll always treasure.
    Tiny fragments from our past, remembered pleasure.
    Maybe it will be a song somebody sings,
    Or the fragrance of a rose, a memory brings.

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    A man cannot live without reflection. It gives us oxygen. The past always lies in our heart. Its recollection may make us pleased or sad. Thank you, Alora Knight.

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