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  1. 61. A Veteran's Duties

    • By Jason Matthew Keller
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems September 2008

    I am Jason Keller. I am a Veteran of the US Army.

    If you are a Vet
    You might be in debt,

    Times were hard and it made you sweat

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  2. 62. Noise

    • By Divine Tan
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems September 2011

    A diamante poem is a 7 line poem that looks like a diamond.

    Noise
    Loud, Boisterous
    Deafening, Earsplitting, Piercing
    Clamor, Sound ..... Hush, Quiet

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  3. 63. Finding Hope

    I am learning to find hope
    in the smallest and most unexpected places
    like the whispers through the forest
    and the velvet evening sky

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    This poem speaks to me. I really like it. We spend so much of our time focusing on things that really don't make life better and we miss out on many of the things that do.

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  4. 64. Every Day Changes You

    every day changes you
    sometimes a lot
    sometimes barely
    but life never stops

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  5. 65. The Girl I Used To Be

    Try as I may, try as I do,
    there are days when I wish
    I could go back
    to the girl I used to be

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  6. 66. Winter Lullabies

    Winter speaks
    in blusters
    and lullabies fall
    with the snow.

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  7. 67. The Healing Power Of Mother Nature

    The weight of life is much too heavy for us all at times. I’ve found nature to be one of the best healers for anxiety.

    maybe the answer is simple,
    and all along
    there's been relief--
    if the strands of your soul

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  8. 68. July 4th

    • By McKenna L. Martin
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems July 2016

    My poem is about fireworks on the Fourth of July. I wrote this poem because I love this holiday.

    Flying fireworks
    In the air,
    Soaring like rockets,
    Everyone stares.

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  9. 69. Change Is A Beautiful Thing

    let autumn be proof that
    change is a beautiful thing
    even though it can be
    hard to see at first.

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    Good job. It's funny how change can be the thing we need the most but want the least.

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  10. 70. The Time Between

    Somewhere between
    hello and goodbye
    a whole life happened.
    And now, I am left to wonder

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  11. 71. Living Season

    Autumn is such a beautiful season, and on a South African morning the golden colors of brown, red, and yellow are breathtakingly beautiful.

    Breathing autumn air
    amid rustling leaves...
    exhale.

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  12. 72. The Comfort Of Pain

    As a poet, I’ve grown used to embracing pain; to treating it as the fuel I need to create. These days I hold sadness to my chest like it’s another organ, something I’m terrified to be without. This doesn’t mean I’m always depressed or continually sad, but it does mean that I’ve learned to rely on pain I’ve already experienced. Sometimes, I wonder if I’ve begun to seek it out, to find new ways to shatter this thing behind my ribs.

    Live this way long enough and, eventually, the heartbreak begins to feel comforting; like an old friend. If I’m honest, i can’t help thinking it’s the only thing I can rely on not to leave. It’s the closest thing I have to home.

    Live with it
    long enough
    and pain begins
    to feel familiar,

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  13. 73. Put Heartbreak To Rest

    Put heartbreak to rest.
    Untangle your soul
    from its tight grip.
    Say goodbye to the

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    These are the word I needed just to be in peace. I have experienced broken relationship ties from friendship ties, family ties and relationship ties. It's hard to let go, but I have to....

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  14. 74. What Healing Is Meant To Look Like

    I’ve been holding on to little fragments of you for a long time, because I could never bring myself to let you go all at once.

    But deep down, I know I need to let go of these pieces. I can’t move on when I’m living next to these reminders of the people we were - the way we wrapped ourselves in each other. I don’t know what healing is meant to look like, but this feels like a good place to start.

    I don’t know
    what healing
    is meant
    to look like,

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    I'm very fond of short, powerful, poems, and this is one for sure. Recovery can be the hardest thing we do, but it's always, always, worth it. Good write/read.

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  15. 75. You Are Enough

    Along the way I have learned a tough lesson: even in my imperfection I am still worthy of love, someone’s time, and a consistent feeling of wholeness.
    My value is not connected to perfection, strength, or my ability to weather a storm. Which means that even on those days when I struggle to show up or feel ill-equipped, I am still a woman of worth and value

    You are enough
    You have always been enough, and
    You will forever be
    Enough

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  16. 76. Better Will Come

    It is so important to always hold on to hope. You owe it to yourself, and by holding on to hope you are allowing things to unfold in such a way that you are more likely to come across brighter days.

    Have faith
    that although it may seem
    like the good has come and gone,
    there will be better.

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    Wow! I love it. My kind of writing. Short, to the point with powerful words, and a great message. I have witnessed firsthand how better has come, many times.

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  17. 77. It's The Simple Things

    It’s the simple things
    that bring me joy
    it’s being with you
    that fills my soul

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  18. 78. Despite It All

    And despite
    it all,
    I cannot
    bring myself

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  19. 79. Stronger

    She never let life
    or the weight that
    came along with it
    weigh her down, it

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    I think that is what living is all about. We live, we learn, we make changes, and we live on; hopefully, stronger.

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  20. 80. The Milestone

    One of the most
    important milestones
    I ever reached in my life
    was accepting that

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