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The One Emotion
The writers feelings toward love.
Michael W Miller
18 years old.
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My Love For You (Poetry) A love peom for my dearest girlfriend, Jessica. It describes my love for her. I love you Jessica. [86 words] [Romance]
The Dark Pool (Poetry) A gothic poem. [98 words] [Drama]
Yours Truly (Poetry) This is a poem I wrote for my girlfriend to let her know how I feel. [44 words] [Romance]
The One Emotion
Michael W Miller
i hope anyone who reads this
will review it to tell me what
love, it is the one emotion that
can make you or break you. so
far it has only made me.
love is the guiding light of the
heart. some people say love is
for the weak and, the
sentimental,but what would be
left of a person if you took
love away from him or her? what
will you tell would be left of
i will tell you what would be
left of them.....nothing.
i believe love is what makes you
strong,not weak and, humans
themselves are already
sentimental. so you cant blame
love for that.
love brings a feeling of hope
and triumph. it gives a sense of
security. just looking into the
eyes of that one very special
person in you life and seeing
the warm glow of love in his or
her heart is a timeless treasure
no one can live without.
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"all true, until you lose them...." -- Blythe.
"What about anger? Anger has driven me towards more goals and to more ends than the faint pangs of love I ever felt. " -- RichardTatham.
"TRY WRITING YOUR STORY IN THE FORM OF A POEM.. IT MAY MAKE MORE SENCE. KEEP WRITING.." -- JOHN SPILBOR, LA GRANGEVILLE,, N.Y..
"This essay on love is very broad. It lacks really making a point, or at least making the point clear to the audience. The fact that everything you say is "I think" also pulls away fromm it's point. The writer should sound more confident and sure of what they're saying in order to make the reader believe what they're trying to say." -- Brent.
"I think that this was a very good point. In my opinion people who do not believe or refuse to love are actually the weak. It takes a very strong person to love someone with all that they have with the risk of not getting the same in return." -- Lisa, Elmhurst, IL, USA.
"I think that your essay does need some work. You are obviusly emotional about this subject but I dont think that you put enough detail into it. I think that you should share more in depth feelings and deeper love, not just the broad topic. You have a good starting point, but i think it needs to be organized better, maybe a poem." -- Ryan.
"i thank everybody who reviewed my essay, for being honest about what they think about my work. many of you seem to think that this essay in the form of a poem will make better sense, i will take that advice and will see what i can come up with. and again thank you! michael" -- michael miller, mechanicsville, maryland, usa.
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