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Numbing Nothingness.
By Amber101180 on 12/08/2013
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numbing nothingness 


Written by quill  (1/19/2014 6:38:27 PM)

your poetry speaks for itself the one to take away your numbness is a close friend of mine
JESUS anyway your poetry is outstanding I can relate have been there and I know how it feels but like I said GOD is the one to take the pain rejection and the numbness too he is
the answer to the question of hurts and
nothingness don't take my word for it see for yourself a short prayer GOD I WOULD LIKE TO GET TO KNOW YOU BETTER that's it let him lead you in the right direction just a thought
and I hope I was of help or at least a cry in the dark quill

Numbing Nothingness 


Written by Hiddentears  (1/22/2014 9:30:02 PM)

What is nothing? Is nothing all? Is nothing one? Is nothing something we all seek to be, a way to hide desperately from the fear and the pain and the misery? I do not know. I hope someday to grasp the nothingness to fully hide myself within it.

I would have rated this five star for the beauty and the successfully portrayed emotion of agony, however, some of your word choices distracted from the flow and decreased the flood of emotion.

 


Written by Ternic73  (9/18/2015 3:36:56 PM)

nicely done


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