life in a letter scholarship 2018
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Dear Alzheimers How dare you? How could you? Take a beautiful woman full of youth, strength, and beauty And eat away at her until she was nothing
Dear Superfluousness, It's funny how a little sullen silence can isolate the soul It's funny how much a weathered wicker basket within it's hull can hold
Dear Life, I don't even know where to been... But I want you. Even though you've put me through a lot, I stuck it out until the end. I am giving you my best, my all.
Dear brain, I miss what we used to have. Please tell me what went wrong?
Dear Life, Our relationship has been rocky, to say the least. I hope you're well. As a matter of fact, I know you're well. But you weren't for a while there.
Dear child, here's to us, Do you see it? Feel it? Hear it? Smell it? Sense it? Take a moment.
Dear my beloved acne, My beloved acne. I call you this because you have attached yourself. You've attached yourself to me like you are in love with me. BUT, the thing is I do not love you back.
To all the windows I have looked through, You do me such a service, and yet, I never say thank you. So thank you. You've seen me through growing pains, From baby teeth to wisdom teeth,
Dear Mr. Berkovitch, Hello. Good day. Is my grammar alright thus far? My writing has all the correct punctuations? With all the correct tenses and verbs?
To my dearest friend, I love you. But I want to live my life. Sometimes I hate being stuck in this place. It’s dark.
I know it's been a while, so I figured its time I tell you my own story, Of a boy who grew fast and learned he had no need to worry... This boy was me, a young individual