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Review of The Hardest Poem  
Review by Killik
Rated: ASR | (5.0)
I know this feeling all too well. I placed my son up for adoption nearly 13 years ago due to no fault of my own. This issue started the day I was born in 1983 and through a series of misfortunes and trusting the wrong people, my son is now someone else's. I have no idea where he is but I hope that he's safe and loved and well-cared for. This poem gives me hope that one day I'll see my son again too.


*Gold* My review has been submitted for consideration in "Good Deeds Get CASH!.
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Review of Homelessness  
Review by Killik
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
I've been homeless off and on since 2014. I have mental illness so it complicates my situation even more. I've been in stable permanent housing for nearly a year and homelessness is a epidemic here in New York (and especially on Long Island where I reside). If there were more resources available for them, resources that would keep them off the streets, then homelessness would be greatly reduced. My problems started when they stuck me in a shelter that was known for trouble and I was worse off when I was finally rescued. I'll be sharing this with others *Smile*
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Review of In Loving Memory  
Review by Killik
Rated: E | (4.0)
I know how you feel. When my grandmother Mary Wiggins passed away in late 2001, it was as if my world came crashing down. She was my hero, a ray of light in the darkness. My grandma was the only one that cared for me.

As, I was reading your story, it brought back memories of my own grandma. She was a good cook and loved to do crossword puzzles. I had 18 years with her...18 years of happy memories. I look forward to reading more from you.
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Review of Blossoms Maligned  
Review by Killik
Rated: 13+ | (4.0)
This story reminds me so much of the Columbine incident So many lives were lost in the Columbine shootings. Lives cut short in the blink of an eye...just like Tom and Sarah.

They would've had a wonderful life together.

Your was full of so many emotions; I almost cried as I read the ending. Truly sad and tragic, like Romeo and Juliet.
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Review of Un trustworthy  
Review by Killik
Rated: E | (4.0)
I can relate to a poem like this one. It further proves that friends can hurt you more than anyone else. I don't have many friends because I have been betrayed and it's the worst feeling a person can have. Betrayal taught me the hard way that ceratin people are not to be trused. Your poem rang true to me. I recommend reading this poem because, like me, many can relate to it.
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Review of One-Eleven  
Review by Killik
Rated: 13+ | (4.5)
Oh my! This was a great story, but a tragic one indeed. Mary probably didn't realize it was Adam until it was too late. It would be great if there was a second part to this story. The aftermath of the accident. I couldn't take my eyes off the page because it was such a great story. I look forward to reading more from this author.
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Review by Killik
Rated: ASR | (5.0)
I almost cried when I read this. A death in the family is devastating, no matter what they died of. Cancer is succh a horrible disease. I bet there are many Natalie's out there suffering from this crippling condtition. It was painful to read your story. It reminds us of our mortality.
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