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Don't Break It

October 27, 2009
By ElizabethW. DIAMOND, Oconto, Wisconsin
ElizabethW. DIAMOND, Oconto, Wisconsin
72 articles 2 photos 28 comments


. This is my heart.
. Be careful, it's fragile .
. Try not to break it.


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VeronicaAnn. said...
on May. 1 2011 at 3:31 pm
VeronicaAnn., Brunswick, Ohio
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Favorite Quote:
"Tell Me When You Feel My Silence." -Possibility ~ Lykke Li

I Have Written A Haiku Myself. c:

I Believe Your Haiku Is Much Better Though.

When You Can, Can You Please Check Out My Poems..? :D

on Dec. 31 2010 at 12:33 pm
BrittieVee SILVER, Torbay, Other
6 articles 4 photos 17 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Wow I can't belive I won,
This is awesome,
Don't trip and fall,
I'm gonna get to thank the fans,
This is so cool,
Oh kany'e west is here,
Cool haircut,
What are ya doing there...
I guess I'm not gonna get to thank the fans"
— Taylor Swift <3

i like this poem alot actually..

although i feel as if i read it before, i dont think its original.

on Aug. 31 2010 at 5:45 pm
xBaByGiRrL22x PLATINUM, Pearl River, New York
22 articles 0 photos 280 comments

Favorite Quote:
"The goal isn't to live forever, but create something that will."
"If you wanna go, baby let's go; if you wanna rock, I'm ready to roll.''
"No one ever said it'd be easy. They just said it'd be worth it." <3

this is really creative. i really like itt!

on Jul. 18 2010 at 12:35 am
Patience97 PLATINUM, New Tripoli, Pennsylvania
27 articles 8 photos 135 comments

Favorite Quote:
"People believe that if we really want to eliminate something, focus on that. How much sense does it make for us to give the particular problem all of the energy, as opposed to focusing on trust, love, living in abundance, education, or peace? -Un.

Nice poem. I like your writing style and the way you set it up was captivating... made you think

on Feb. 10 2010 at 2:12 pm
I think this haiku is really sweet (or bittersweet) and gets the reader straight to the point, but a haiku goes first line: five syllables, second line: seven syllables, third line: five syllables. In your first line, you wrote four. I'm sure it was an honest mistake and does not take away from the beauty of this poem. Keep writing!

on Nov. 12 2009 at 9:51 pm
BleedingRose PLATINUM, Frederic, Wisconsin
33 articles 1 photo 378 comments

Favorite Quote:
*The darkness holds infinite possibilities.


Short, sweet, and to the point does not cover this. It's more like little, bittersweet, and significant, which is much better. I love it, keep writing! :-)