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By LIA on 04/26/2007
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Written by seagypsyadventurer  (4/27/2007 3:34:09 PM)

The poem is written well but it is just one of thousands on that topic were people need to get out that adolescent angst.


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Written by l0nnieugene  (4/28/2007 1:20:11 PM)

i'm urging u2 lengthen your fuse so that by the time it's realy ready2 xplode you'll have found yourself not just in words but in so many other ways that will set you free from the flawed feelings of having a destiny that is rooted in vengence. i've found that the engines of vengence never fire on all of their conscious cylinders. learn how 2lQQk deeper n2 yourself &2 hear more closely what that self fuse is saying & it's not saying 'shorten me' or turn your fury n2 another form of frustration. Rather you should embrace the place/space in your heart that urges a close growth 2the things that make1 stronger.

longer fuse, or get out some 

Written by javajoe  (4/28/2007 6:38:15 PM)

not too many are shunned. they are shy, or sometimes get picked on. Either way, you can have friends. That helps, talking about things. Unless the friends are into drugs or gang stuff.
Just.... talk. and keep writing. Writing helps me deal with things, to some degree. good start for a poem here, not bad.


Written by litsfos  (4/30/2007 12:45:58 AM)

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