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Unspoken And Oppressed Within by Cynara Moore This poem describes every person in America who succumbs to emulating the latest ... [165 words]
In Loving Memory Of Perfection...... by Cynara Moore It shows how a persons love for another can blind them from the many imper... [224 words]
When Will She Smile Again ! by Cynara Moore Its basically depicting the life of a person undergoing abuse and how to rid their ... [132 words]
Soul Mate by Stuart Eric Longridge The search for your higher self. [676 words]
You-Are by Desdemonda - [21 words]
Xmas Time by Desdemonda Merry christmas everyone! [72 words]
Welsh Rabbit by Xero Sweet nostalgia. [79 words]
Wedding Vows by Just Jenn How long is forever? [71 words]
We Could Have Ended It Today by Just Jenn Knowing it's over, and finding the time to say goodbye. [121 words]
Visions(Ix) by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [83 words]
The Passage by Eyitemi Egwuenu A transition to a new phase of the poetic vision. [134 words]
The Mirror Of Me by Sharon Lynn Willis This poem puts it out there! Raw emotion. Questions of knowing one's self. [161 words]
The Maze by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [76 words]
The Harbinger's Herald by Daniel Birnbaum An attempt to bring some perspective to a nation once again embarking upon imperialism..... [192 words]
The Forward Thinker by Sasu Felling a bit ambitious tonight. [166 words]
The Dreaded Word by Just A Guy Dusted this off, made a few changes. I really don't recommend using the word guys. [88 words]
Take A Chance by Just A Guy Something about something. [170 words]
Still Happy To Be An American by Just A Guy Wrote this the day the statues came down in Bagdad and with the events of yesterd... [181 words]
Some Unnecessary Words by Higgins Why be superfluous? [36 words]
She Dreams Of You by Just Jenn Is it love, or a waste of time? [57 words]
Sandstorms by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [89 words]
Rotting Deep Within by Buxton Our poetic senses are once again enlightened by life's continuous thorns. [87 words]
Rose Garden by Erma Uppercase A Poem I wrote for my brother-inlaw,who gave his life to the Lord on this very road. [82 words]
Roachtrap by D G Williford Like sticky glue the roach is caught! [125 words]
Reawakening by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [72 words]
People by Rae A little mindlessness. [41 words]
Pastimes by B Galindo - [124 words]
Passing Through Heaven's Door by David B Doc Byron A dedication to the late Warren Zevon [161 words]
On The Wings Of Psyche by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [103 words]
On One Hand by Just Jenn How far is too far? [107 words]
Naming Of Farts by Harvey Kennett Apologies to Henry Reed.... [243 words]
My Suicide by Kristen Gail Diana Ritthaler Its about a suicide... hence the title.. [100 words]
Love Is Love Is Love by Desdemonda - [67 words]
Love, Actually by Desdemonda - [60 words]
Lonely Heart by B Galindo A heart gave up its desire to love and be loved. [119 words]
Loneliness by Roberto J Moreno It's about meeting someone and coming down after being disappointed. [68 words]
Living Life
Just Another Drive By by Erma Uppercase Ideas from daily newspapers. [65 words]
Just A Bit Callous by Just A Guy Not to be taken too seriously. [106 words]
It's The Devil's Fault by Just A Guy Ok admin - I offered a bribe, that didn't work. Next comes the threats! [149 words]
If I Had You I'd.... by Just Jenn Thoughts of love from a stranger. [166 words]
If I Could Dream You Here by M Q Walters - [151 words]
How Are You? by Just Jenn Do we ever really listen? [113 words]
Footprints by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [120 words]
E-Mail Blues II by Just A Guy Been experiencing a rash of this stuff lately. [68 words]
Dreams Of Love by Elizabeth Gage - [125 words]
Don't Promise Me After While by Just Jenn Tired of broken promises. [76 words]
Destruction by B Galindo Reflection. [88 words]
Deception by B Galindo This talks about a friend that deceived people along with myself. [53 words]
Damn Words by Just A Guy - [80 words]
Chrysalis by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [54 words]
Christmas Snatch by Christmas Bare Just a little fun! [79 words]
Canyon by Rae More adventures in cutting. [18 words]
Cancel The Order by Sasu My first entry. Please be kind.. [114 words]
But I Don't Want To by Just Jenn Doing something you don't really want to, but know has to be done. [116 words]
Building Bridges by Buxton A poem on Storymania. [75 words]
Breath Of Fresh Air by B Galindo This I wrote about somebody that was exactly that. [172 words]
A Vampire Tale - Well, Sort Of. by Just A Guy Seeing Harvey's piece brought to mind one I had put away. [93 words]
A Touch So Innocent by B Galindo A misinterpretation between lust & love. [65 words]
A Passionate Kiss by Dan Lemmond This is a poem that I wrote for my future wife Brandi. [150 words]
A New Moon ----Serenade by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [66 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Living Life
DESCRIPTION
A poem.
[89 words]
AUTHOR
Martha R Arroyo
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[December 2003]
Living Life
Martha R Arroyo

Life is something short and fragile
you need to take care and be wild
but its hard and you want to grow fast
but then your 16 and you want it to go slow
 
Finally your 20 and you understand life
so then you know to take it and then let go
you feel sad and then your glad
you think about your life
 
your at 40 and you try to teach your teens about lfe
know your 60 and your glad you lived a happy life
yur teens are know adults
and theres nothing left to teach

 

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© 2003 Martha R Arroyo
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
December 2003
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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