Poetry about love and life

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Summary

Due to modernisation, people are so busy nowadays , they have no time for their own . Real happiness is absent at their faces Also they are far away from nature. So I decided to write something.......

Genre:
Poetry
Author:
Priti
Status:
Ongoing
Chapters:
5
Rating:
4.7 15 reviews
Age Rating:
13+

Whatever the house may be

Whatever the house may be .. In one corner of her .. Laughing openly. So far the sun is too far .. Give him the way home. Sometimes climbing the roof .. Count the stars .. If possible, increase your hand. Trying to touch the moon. If you want to meet people .. So keep the neighborhood close to home. Drain in the rain .. Jumping jump too .. If possible, children .. Let’s run a paper rook. Ever get rid of, sky is too clear. So plating a kite in the sky .. If possible, also fight a small screw .. Put a tree in front of the house .. Listen to the birds sitting on it. Whatever the house may be .. In a corner of the house .. Frankly keep laughing. Wherever you go Make sweet sour stir, every round of age is fun. Enjoy your age. Stay alive, janab, why these faces sad. The time has passed, * Tired of age ...! ¡!

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Sarah Luongo: I'm a big fan of the format of the book- the concept of incorporating poems and within the story and sectioning off periods of the story with each poem. It made it easier to read, and made the unimaginable easier to comprehend. What some people may skip over may be the most important part in this...

Sir Nilo: What a remarkable book. Wonderful poems. I can relate to some. Thank you for this amazing book.

EmilieS: Although these poems were written in a larger span of time, you have kept your central topic unchanged – love, lost love, loneliness and missing someone. I appreciate this immensely – staying true to your work, staying true to yourself. My favourite one was “He Still Haunts me Relentlessly”. You ...

Family808 : I think everything in this book is perfect I won't chamber a thing about it

Anu Verma: Such an amazing writing skill...I just love to read more of ur content...true feelings..

Mouse: This is a good book. I love the writing style and have enjoyed the book so far. The poetry is sweet and cute, and I can’t wait to see where this book goes.

kittyloverinsca: This was a great book but I just wasn't expecting it to be that short so not to be bossy or anything but next time try to make it a little bit longer but overall it was wonderful.

jsparrer: Very good.⚓♥️☠️

Crliesa: I cry. It just feel so close.

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