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  • POEM: I Am by Nina gáspari (7/28/2010 2:23:00 AM)

    Well said! It is good to read someone who knew just how she/ he was… and her hopes of who she will. This is such a good way of expressing one-self. Though sometimes, we could say that we don’t really know who we are when facing situations beyond imaginations… continue being proud of who you are… ;)

  • POEM: I Am by Nina gáspari (6/23/2010 2:02:00 AM)

    The poesy that composes the poems of each poets were inspired by the heart-felt or everything that surrounds… the “Immortal aching” is an eye capturing, since almost all the people always felt the aches each day. “Every event’s has its purpose and every setback’s has its lessons”. The feeling of being unloved or unhappy may cause that aches, but it is for us to turn these aches into strength. To be loved, we have to love ourselves first, for learning to love ourselves will teach us to love others, and those others who are worthy of our love will surely love us in return. Being happy is a state of mind. It is a choice each one of us make.

    Poetry as a sanctuary is a real hiding place… it is where we can express ourselves freely, disclosed our emotional burdens and share whatever it is that we believe could also be felt by others… to find sympathy and inspirations. Lonely Angel, it is worth practicing, but if you may, please take this advice: Don’t misspell your words because it destroys the beautiful meaning of it. It also confuses your reader. Aside from that… nothing more… keep it up! We will be reading here around.

  • POEM: Caught By Love by Dwight Moody Bernardo (6/22/2010 9:21:00 AM)

    Caught in the cell of love! I just wish for you to find your half-flying blue bird, to be able to fly and love freely… ;) I like your poem!

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