A failure in everything it seems

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26 comments on “A failure in everything it seems”

      1. One has to find it! You write well, you get satisfied with the reviews and comments. In that way, people come and praise you on one side and on the other, ridicule you! You take the positive approach to improve your writing skills! This ‘fight for’ to improve yourself as a better person through your hobby makes you to be a winner! That’s what silver lining is! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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  1. These things do not mean failure, they simply mean you are learning through life experiences. Life is not easy for any of us and there is no such thing as a perfect person. We all have flaws. No matter what life throws at you remember that you are worth every ounce of effort you put forth, you are worthy of happiness, you are worthy of a lasting and committed relationship, you are a wonderful human being, and you are cared about. *hugs* keep your head up and don’t allow depression to decide your life for you. You get to choose how life goes. It is not something that is set in stone, it is a fluid creature, like a river or an ocean, always moving, always changing. Chart your own course. ☺

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    1. I would have hugged you 3 times by now. Thank you for understanding, these positive words really means a lot to those who are in need of it, and I needed to hear something good too.
      You made my day Becca, thank you.
      ❀ ❀ ❀

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      1. And I would have hugged you back. I am a Momma to 7 (mostly grown) kiddos so I know when someone is in need of a bit of positivity. πŸ˜„ I am glad I made your day, and I know that poetry can be dark even when the writer isn’t actually feeling how things are written. However, there’s still the possibility that dark poetry means the writer needs something, anything to provide a bit of light so they can find their way back to the light instead of being stuck in the darkness alone. I always err on the side of caution because we never know what someone else is thinking. ❀❀❀ It could be venting frustrations or it could be a scream for any reason to continue fighting. I will always provide a reason to continue fighting. ☺

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