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Live & Die
Do you ever sit and realize you only live one time? Do you ever sit and compare your self to plants or objects? Do you ever really understand the charishing of life? Well, this is my poem to tell something about it.
Dominique A. Thornton
HAIR - Goldish, Brownish; EYE COLOR - Hazel; HEIGHT - 5'2. In my spare time I love to write lots of poems, to try and understand the true meaning of it.
Live & Die
Dominique A. Thornton
FLOWERS ARE LIKE PEOPLE, WHICH GROW, GROW & THEN DIE. AS THE STEM GATHERS THE PEOPLE FIND TIME. RED FOR LOVE, YELLOW FOR BRIGHTNESS & WHITE FOR WEDDINGNESS OR DREAMING. AS TIME GOES BY THE PEOPLE SIT & LAIL TRYING TO FIND SOMETHING TO SPARE THE TIME. BUT, AFTER A WHILE THE TIME GETS OLD. THE ROSES BEGAN TO CRACK, FALL AND GET OLD & GRAY; WHILE THEIR TIME JUST FADES AWAY.
SO REMEMBER CHARISH EVERYDAY AS IF WERE YOUR LAST.
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"VERY GOOD I THINK EVERY ONE SHOULD READ THIS. IT HAS LOTS OF FEELINGS & MAKES YOU THINK." -- PATRICIA THORNTON, MAYSVILLE , KENTUCKY, USA.
"WONDERFUL WORK GOOD WORDING !!!!!!!!" -- ALLY TOMSON, SPRINGFEILD, IL., USA.
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"Ummm...I think that you need to re-submit this and take the caps out. It looks like something that a 5 year old would write." -- Becca Fitzgerald.
"I think your poem is the best it was really good. Good job!" -- Aleksandra, Chicago, ILLinois.
"I can remember how young you were when you wrote this. with life also follows with death. and one is left doing much searching within their heart trying to understand things. you expressed your thoughts wounderfully in your writing and i'm very proud of you. i hope you stick with your writing as a way to always vent your thoughts.may god keep blessing you my young one. mom" -- annieanna, tampa, florida.
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