Short Stories featuring Unappreciated

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sass9090
sass9090 An amateur poet looking for feedback.

It Used to be Beautiful

For everyone who can’t communicate with their partner, and not for lack of trying. I’m new here and could use some pointers.. all feedback welcomed and appreciated!

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slingingpapyrus
slingingpapyrus Looking for criticism; thanks in advance

Seeds and Water

Seeds and Water They both

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haru_c
haru_c an escapist and a wonderer

In order to save the world, they turn you into a weapon

Goodness and kindness aren’t being appreciated enough. Society will never be grateful for all the little good things ones does for them.

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lizziebevis
lizziebevis Gifted Writer I wish to be happy, therefore I am

Do I matter to you?

A poem I wrote when I felt inferior.

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samsite
samsite Metaphorical Writer

The Majestic

Live life like the protagonist in your favorite movie...

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drummerlj
drummerlj Gifted Writer Teen with a passion for writing poems

An Ode to the Farmers

Surrounding them, are the farmers

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kenmearsauthor
kenmearsauthor Community member

Unappreciated, Unloved, Unlived: Part 3 - Unlived

It was a rather cloudy day when Tristan woke up for the last time. The dark storm clouds brought an even darker mood to his apartment. "I suppose it's fitting," Tristan muttered to himself. "Cloudy on...

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awaywithwords
awaywithwords 36 | Published Poet

Gardener's Rose

These are the words of the unheard, and the feelings of the unappreciated.

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kenmearsauthor
kenmearsauthor Community member

Unappreciated, Unloved, Unlived: Part 2 - Unloved

Maia woke up early in the morning, her back aching. Age was certainly catching up to her. In her early fifties, her children had all left the house several years ago. At first, it had been strange, th...

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