She doesn’t remember Broken inside the girl speaks,She doesn’t remember the last time someone said “I love you” and really meant it,She doesn’t remember the part of her childhood were it wasn’t rough,She d
I am so interested with your poem, Broken Girl, because this types of poems identifies us women. This is what the major of us live in this life, for us is difficult express our feelings and we store them in us.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “She remembers the last time she cried,She remembers it like it was yesterday.”
I think this is real because we (the women) live stories like this every day we try to do our best but nobody thanks it. We live in a society when the feelings or the opinion of a women does not care and they ignore us.
Thanks for writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because this kind of poems I love to read and know about them these bring us definitions, personalities and big challenges to our lives. To know what we need to do to not be afraid to be great. To be us and don’t care what people say.
I am from the latin dishes that bring people together to dishes that break families apart like who gets the last plate I am from the hood where everyone knows everyoneFrom people who like each other to people
Why can’t you just talkTalk to me, we couldHear each other out.Understand that iOnly avoid youBecause i’m petty,I know your petty,But can we just talkWe are on and offFriends, but it gets annoying,I miss bei
Broken inside the girl speaks,She doesn’t remember the last time someone said “I love you” and really meant it,She doesn’t remember the part of her childhood were it wasn’t rough,She doesn’t remember the last ti
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