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Adoration Is Not Love
A poem about . . . well, myself really and I boy I fancied when I was about thirteen!
Harriet Nicholas is 20 years old. She is a final year fashion student living in the UK.
Harriet grew up in Brunei and won numerous short story competitions there. Despite having a strong love for writing, her ambition to be a designer was far greater. She moved to the UK four years ago to do her course and is currently living with her boyfriend, Kevin.
She is also a freelance illustrator and fashion writer.
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A Model Life (Novels) Janet hates her life, hates her parents and her boyfriend isn't the ideal she'd dreamed of. She is rude, calculating and other girls hate her guts. On top of that, she's a raging nymphomaniac, incapab... [6,622 words] [Humor]
Guilt (Poetry) A short poem about guilt. [91 words]
I Haven't Found Myself Yet (Poetry) A sad poem I wrote one night when I was feeling very, very sorry for myself . . . [100 words] [Mind]
Pretty Dancer (Poetry) A poem about some girls I have known . . . and their way. . . please, read on and find out . . . [176 words] [Mind]
The Day You Dissapeared (Songs) A sort of country song I composed after an upsetting break with an ex-boyfriend. [217 words]
The Muse Speaks To The Writer (Poetry) A poem about the determined muse within my head that urges me to keep writing! [117 words] [Mind]
Turning Point (Short Stories) The thoughts of a girl in one afternoon that will change her attitude towards her social life . . . [2,270 words] [Mind]
Adoration Is Not Love
The more perfect people seem
The less chances you have of getting them
They are unreachable
They are gods
You mount on a pedestal
They frustrate you
They exite you
Jealousy, anger, pain and sadness
They make you feel emotionally drained
When they smile and politely say 'no'
Learn from this mistake
And next time, pull them down to your level
It gets lonely on that pedestal . . .
And eventhough you think they deserve
This adoration . . .
They are only human too
One alone cannot be perfect
We are all imperfect
But our imperfections
Can fit together
Like pieces of a jigsaw
Believe it or not . . .
Two wrongs can make a right
Never think yourself unworthy
We are all floundering
And the only perfection
Is the bonding of two hearts
Such is love
And only you
Can make it work
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