Mia A. Lassiter

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    Poems by Mia A. Lassiter

  • Life Anew

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    • Posted on 03/12/17
    Poem About A Friendly Relationship After A Divorce

    in Divorce Poems

    I need to tell you something
    that I hope you'll understand
    It's hard for me to say these words
    but, please, don't take my hand

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    • Votes 8
    • Rating 3.50
  • Wavering

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    • Posted on 02/12/17
    The Mystery Surrounding Dying And Entering Heaven

    in Dying Poems

    A patch of light shimmers from afar
    Beckoning me towards blissful relief
    Ethereal, inviting voices quicken my pace
    Sweet scent of honeysuckle grows stronger with each stride

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    • Votes 6
    • Rating 3.67
  • Images

    • Published: January 2017
    Overcoming Memories Of Sexual Assault

    in Rape Poems by Teens

    Images
    branded into my memory,
    hot with pain and guilt and hurt.

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    • Rating 4.41
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    When I was little, about 1 or 2, the worst thing in the world happened to me. My mother was low on money for drugs and she wasn't bringing in enough men to feed me and have drugs, so she did...

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  • Listen To Me

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    • Posted on 12/08/16
    Living With Chronic Anxiety

    in Teen Mental Illness Poems

    I whisper in her ear
    Every second of the day
    When the sun warms up the horizon with its rosy glow
    When rain pelts the ground, turning it to muddy chaos

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    • Votes 10
    • Rating 3.30
  • Last Goodbye

    • Published: February 2017
    Poem About Anticipatory Grief

    in Grandmother Death Poems

    You smiled at me through warm rays of sun.
    You laughed with me in the grass.
    You kissed me in clear broken water,
    And now we say goodbye.

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    • Favorited 6
    • Votes 28
    • Rating 4.25
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  • Mia A. Lassiter
  • 5 years ago

This was such a sweet poem and read very smoothly. Looking forward to reading more from you!

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  • Mia A. Lassiter
  • 5 years ago

I love the message of your poem. So many girls struggle with body image, and it is important for them to overcome these insecurities with the support of others. It is great that you promote the beauty and uniqueness of each individual.

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  • Mia A. Lassiter
  • 5 years ago

Wonderful details and descriptions in your poem. I'm looking forward to reading more from you!

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  • Mia A. Lassiter
  • 5 years ago

Great descriptors that paint a picture for the reader. Looking forward to read more from you!

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  • Mia A. Lassiter
  • 5 years ago

Beautiful descriptions of the winter season. Great job!

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