Broken

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Summary

Broken is a short poetry about a girl who wanted to go to Paris since childhood.

Genre:
Poetry / Adventure
Author:
Nick
Status:
Ongoing
Chapters:
4
Rating:
n/a
Age Rating:
13+

Broken

Let bygones be bygones, it's never happening, she says

From a small village in the east a horse neighs, the cows mow, and the kitten plays

A small big town, she is raised with big dreams that no one else attention pays

A farmer you can be, you know? Plant the seeds and dig until you get rich. Her parents proudly say.

So run child, run to the old barn and get help from Joe, hurry up to the farm the ground won't take care of itself, get the hoe and plough, till hurts the toe

Happy but sad, she goes on, till the dusk she stays, beaten by the sun back home she yearns for the coconut spray

Happy but sad, she has this book, pictures great they speak, the tower she wanted to see sits miles away....................


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Dragon Whispers: Please we all need more of your amazing stories the best i have read in awhile.

Undrea: I chose this rating because the book is good tested my faith a couple of times but i like it

RealBakingDeal: Awesome as always. I highly recommend the sweetest love story ever, while holding its own, comically.

Brain.Storm: Love the charqcter. I dont normally do reviews but this one deserved it.

daniellebackowies: So far I love it. Everything is being taken slow. Its just building up to an even better part of the plot.

Michelle Chaney: Love love love this book!!

Eya Mendoza: The story is great and i can't wait for the update.

Melinda Chavez: Omg they are too cute how is she going to tell her parents

Pratiksha Shetye: I love this storyLess grammatical errors

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Alta Forbes Enslin: Nice story

Cary Marin: If you are searching for something quick and lovely, this is a perfect read🥰

Elize Garlick: Loved this Story, cant wait for the next book please hurry,,, and thank you for sharing your talent with us.❤

Sarah Jones Swanson: Good read...

Uju Edekobi: You are a magnificent writer, your articulation, creativity, thought process, and so much work I’m sure you put into this book shows so much. I just hope you have more books ❤️

Egholm: I really like this story. It reminds me of reading the little house on the prairie books when I was younger. I do sometimes wonder if the chraracters’ vocabulary fits with how people talked in 1905 though.

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