Don’t Worry; The Person Next To You Is Flawed Too


This is number 1 on my list as far as my top 10 most powerful poems. This is the most powerful I ever written.
This will be my last blog. I think it’s time for me to move on for good. I plan to take my poetry to the next level and branch out.
I will be going to open mics and hopefully one day I will be a open mic poet.
I just want to say Merry Christmas to every blogger that follows me and it was a blessing to meet some of you and I am thankful for every blogger that follows me and support me.
God bless you all!

Poetry Blog

I dedicate this story/poem to K E Garland. She wanted me to write a poem about “Don’t worry; the person next to you is flawed too” and if she is reading this, I just want to let her knowthat it was a pleasure writing a story/poem aboutthis topic and I find this topic to be very relatable in life. She picked a great topic for me to write about and I hope you enjoy reading this topic.

This is a story in poetry format in which will discuss a young man who is very under confident and feels like he didn’t accomplish anything in life. As you read this story, you will learn an important lesson that can help your children

The following characters in this story

David: 27 year old man with a very pessmistic view on life, but yet a very talented individual and a lot ofpeople see…

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