Emma Etwell

Emma Etwell

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    Poems by Emma Etwell

  • The Bench

    • Published: January 2016

    in Goodbye Love Poems

    Sitting alone
    On a bench that's made for two,
    Only one side is empty,
    For that place is meant for you.

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    • Rating 4.43
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    The experience in this poem is exactly the experience I had two weeks ago.

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  • My Darling

    • Published: March 2009

    in Relationship Poems

    My darling, my girl,
    Why are you so sad?
    Why can't you see that life is not all bad?
    You're my angel.

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    • Rating 4.48
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    My girlfriend is in prison for taking her husband's life. She was abused very badly by him, and when she was growing up, she was sexually abused, physically abused, and mentally abused. She...

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  • Always There

    • Published: February 2015

    in Family Death Poems

    When you remember me,
    Please do not weep.
    My body may not be there.
    It has chosen to sleep.

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    • Votes 948
    • Rating 4.61
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    I lost my dad not long ago (May 24, 2016). My dad wasn't there growing up, and I dreamed of the day I was old enough to look for him. My dream came true 6 years ago. My dad came back into my...

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  • Emma Marie Etwell, United kingdom
  • 6 years ago

Thank you for your comments. They really do mean a lot to me to see everyone's lovely words on here. It brings me great joy to hear that people find comfort in my poems, so thank you.

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