The following is a collaboration between my friend Jany and I. We both have completely different styles of writing and we thought we would put them together and blend them. The result was brilliant in my honest opinion. I wrote this from experience. The beginning is mines and the ending is his. You can obviously tell by the change in the format and the language. I hope you like!It took a lot of courage for me to post this.Continue Reading
A little thing I wrote about roses.Continue Reading
I want to grow old with you.Continue Reading
My feelings for you will never lose their meaning.Continue Reading
Not much to say here just listen to the words.Continue Reading
Your words have lost their meaning.Continue Reading
In the Native language, they use many metaphors. It is good to learn Native languages like Ojibway and Mohawk. Ojibway is spoken is Canada and Mohawk in the United States of America.Continue Reading
A look into the meaning of this famous work.Continue Reading
Change things only when necessary. It should be worthwhile not worthless.Continue Reading
I wrote this after reading "Looking for Alaska" by John Green. I couldn’t fall asleep with thoughts of death and dying floating in my mind due to the book. It was amazing and I highly suggest reading it. Anyways, enjoy my poem about death! This is based off of the quote "How will I ever get out of this labyrinth!" by Simon Bolivar, and this was one of two main themes in the book.Continue Reading
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