Dear heart, please stop breaking,
Please forget the one who caused this aching.
I know I am the one who placed him there,
But he was not true and I cannot share.
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Heart Broken By A Cheating Boyfriend
Dear heart, please stop breaking,More...Featured Shared Story
I was in love. He was the love of my life. We spent every day together. And then everything started to change. He stopped calling me. He took hours to reply. I pushed it off. His best friend...
A beautiful garden now stands alone,More...
missing the one who nurtured it,
But now she is gone.
Her flowers still bloom, and the sun it still shines,Featured Shared Story
The day my sister passed, she knew it was coming. I did my daily routine and left work. I wouldn't take breaks. Instead, I'd take my sister to dialysis or go home to cook so she could take...
Poem Remembering A Grandpa
He was always there for her right from the very start,More...
This precious little girl captured his heart,
Though they shared no blood and skin color wasn't the same,
little Eme knew him by only one name,...Featured Shared Story
I never got to meet my Grandfather or my Grandmother.
There both in heaven, my mother tells my wonderful stories, grandfather delivered the mail and grandma tending house kids as they did in...
Message From Heaven
Daddy, can you feel me?More...
Do you know I'm near?
I wished that I could be with you,
To wipe away your tears.Featured Shared Story
I am so, so sorry for your pain, and I, too, know the loss. My own daughter became pregnant with my first grandchild. I was elated, and to add to the excitement, we found out there were two....
Poems by Barbara Bailey
Quotes by Barbara Bailey
Sure you can use my poem, and I hope it brings comfort to you and your family. I'm sorry for your loss as a grandmother of a 7 year old I can't imagine your pain, God be with you and peace beyond understanding follow you! Barb Bailey
What a honor to have my poem be poem of the week, the thing that makes it most special is that this week is the 4th anniversary of my sister-in-laws death she died on the 4th of July. Thanks to all that voted