To Miss is a Verb

July 17, 2012
By RachelNarozniak GOLD, Allentown, New Jersey
RachelNarozniak GOLD, Allentown, New Jersey
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The word "miss"
is hardly a noun
for to miss something is an action that repeats
endlessly
it is not a cold unfeeling thought
it is not tangible
no
it is the action of noticing absence
it is then a verb that never dies
for there is always someone
or something
to miss



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sbarker SILVER said...
on Jul. 21 2012 at 1:44 pm
sbarker SILVER, West Rutland, Vermont
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I like this poem :) 

 


on Jul. 21 2012 at 1:23 pm
MadisonGrace SILVER, Nowhere, Oregon
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Favorite Quote:
"Everything is okay in the end,
if its not okay it's not the end."
"Be who you are and say how you feel because if someone matters they dont mind and if someone minds they dont matter"
"If God brings you to it he will bring you through it!"

I really like this poem it is so true and a new perspective. Keep Writing!!!


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