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Lisa
Very Touching. It takes a very special person to articulate such human emotion.
Nicole
Your poem is beautiful it brought tears to my eyes, but made me really appreciate the ones that I hold dear.
Veronica
This is beautiful. I have been married for forty-seven years and this poem really hits home.
Michelle
I felt that this poem was true and beautiful. Keep up the good work. Keep writing great poetry.
Wolfheroine
The poem is really good. It just goes to show that life is always full of choices and sometimes these choices could either hurt us or make us happy.
Kimberly
Wow, this poem is beautiful. It really expresses your deepest emotions. I could really relate. Nice work!
Fiona
This poem has really hit the nail in the head. Sometimes we can get fed up looking for love that we settle for second best! Feeling a fool in love brings on these feelings of frustration! What a talented way of getting these feelings across!

Poetry Buffet (51-75)

  • by Rosemary Winters
    Sometimes, when we're very lucky, we find a way to journey into the past.
  • by Mars
    Description of the parting image of one who has left a trail of damage and destruction without realizing it.
  • by Je ' Free
    This poem explores the spiritual search for peace and harmony.
  • by Mark Madison
    I have no idea where to put this poem. It's about life. But it's also about love. And it's also a little strange, and little funny. Guess that's why we have the Buffet?
  • by Vinny
    This is a true story. About two lives that stretched across years, yet were captured in moments. It's about love and about death. And, too, about beauty.
  • by Beth Rodgers
    Sometimes a phone call can change our lives. But only if we have the courage to make it…
  • by Michael Anderson
    Life is often an uphill struggle that feels like it's on a steady decline. When it seems there is no progress, can be no progress, how does it make you feel?
  • by Katherine James
    Looking for a friend? Maybe the best one you'll ever find has four legs, instead of two.
  • by Julianne
    The writing of words, and expressions of deep feelings, is a unique experience, with nothing else quite matching it.
  • by Jeremy Addison
    This is a fascinating excursion into sorrow and confusion. With, perhaps, just a tinge of anger…
  • by Blue
    There are times when we all feel a bit like this…
  • by Jessica Stamps
    We can't escape it, yet no one really understands it.

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  • by Faye Jones
    Are women from the South really a different breed? This light hearted poem will certainly make you wonder…
  • by Wendy Flora
    This is a delightful poem, with a unique insight and a clever twist. An, no, it's not about olives…
  • by Kit McCallum
    If patience is a virtue, shouldn't the same be true of procrastination? This delightful poem suggests otherwise.
  • by Kimmie
    Here are three examples of a classic, and very beautiful, form of poetry.
  • by Designer
    Faced with someone's attempted suicide, what arguments for living would you find?
  • by Stéphanie Lafleur
    How do you give advice to a friend that you've been unable to heed yourself?
  • by Miss Abagail Mannering
    This is a beautiful poem about a long-ago time, and Truth that is as alive today as it was then.
  • by Judith Stafford
    Ireland has a long history, and not all of it is about shamrocks and lucky leprechauns.
  • by Free Once More
    These cries are ones we have all made at one time or another. Cries to be free from restrictions, cries to be ourselves.
  • by James Mcfadden
    Is astrology art or science? And, if we knew, would be better know ourselves?
  • by Alastair Adamson
    This imaginative poet rolls back the clock three centuries to look at a political event still shaping history today.
  • by Christine McClimans
    For a child, magic is very real. And aren't we all, in the end, still children?
  • by Cheryl D'Aprix
    Only a gifted poet could turn a bad case of cabin fever into a delightful poem of freedom and beauty.
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