Marla J. Frazier

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About Marla J. Frazier

I just love writing poems! I have always had the sincere desire that my words would be able to help another person. To lift them up, to inspire them, and to help them through a difficult time. That is my hope, that my words would reach those that are hurting.

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    Poems by Marla J. Frazier

  • Running From The Bear

    • Published: October 6, 2020
    Abuse And The Fear It Causes

    in Abuse Poems

    I've spent many years now
    Running from the bear.
    Just when I think you're gone,
    You once again are there.

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    • Rating 4.00
  • Pretty Little High Heels

    • Published: October 6, 2020
    Funny Poem About Giving Up Things As You Age

    in Humorous Poems

    Pretty little high heels,
    How you look so grand.
    I can remember when I wore you
    And I could proudly stand.

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  • Playing Dodgeball

    • Published: March 12, 2020
    Life's Challenges

    in Funny Life Poems

    So much thrown at me,
    And up against a wall
    I feel like I've spent my life,
    Playing a game of dodgeball.

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    • Votes 28
    • Rating 4.18
  • Beauty And Scars

    • Published: May 24, 2019
    Poem About Caring About Others

    in Compassion Poems

    Close your eyes and picture beauty.
    What is it that you see?
    A baby, a mountain, a river?
    Or maybe an old oak tree?

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    • Rating 4.51
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    I think words put together in a certain order can be amazing or sometimes hurtful. Scars are inside and out. Some don't think about the ones they don't see. Thank you for your poem. It helped...

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