Dominique E. Chavez

Dominique  E. Chavez

About Dominique E. Chavez

“You can’t change the past, but you can keep moving forward in hopes that things get better.”-Dominique Chavez

    Poems by Dominique E. Chavez

  • Self Worth

    I struggle a lot with being confident in who I am. I find it really hard to love myself the way I am, I let people walk all over me, but in the end we are all just the same. We all struggle with self worth, and we all try to cover up our flaws, but in the end it doesn't change us inside it only changes what we look like.

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    • Posted on 10/17/22

    in Meaningful Poems

    Know that I loved you real bad
    I let you treat me real bad
    I let you walk all over me like that
    I'm all alone waiting for change

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    • Rating 3.40
  • Happy Valentine's Day

    • Published: March 2022

    in Valentine's Day Poems to Him

    Roses are red, violets are blue
    I'm glad that we met, and I think you are too
    You brought me sunshine when I saw rain
    You made me laugh when I felt pain

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    • Votes 11
    • Rating 3.82
  • If I Could Change The Past

    • Published: March 2022

    in Death Poems by Teens

    I don't know what I've done wrong
    They all keep telling me to be strong
    But my heart will long
    So I wrote this song

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    • Votes 11
    • Rating 4.18
  • Will You Be My Boo?

    • Published: February 2020

    in Valentine's Day Poems to Him

    Wouldn't it be sublime
    If you put your hand in mine?
    You're the star that loves to shine.
    Our love could be divine.

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    • Stories 1
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    • Rating 4.41
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