The Abandoned

The Abandoned

11 chapters / 1612 words

Approximately 8 minutes to read

Description:

I'm going to try entering some of these poems in a competition, Ill probably fail...but...I want to try...
I got really bored a few days ago and decided to make as many tags as possible...the end result is below This is a total of 11 chapters each poem is about 1 minute
yup I am done writing this! I will still edit this, but unless I see something really badly mistreated I will not add more to this. My inspiration for these were seeing different abandoned things in the world (seeing once mistreated dogs in animal shelters, seeing abandoned cats, a single balloon and dandelion in the sky etc...)
Please don't throw things out so easily! Cover from http://blooddropcookies.deviantart.com/art/38-Abandoned-148879317?q=gallery%3Ablooddropcookies%2F7965415&qo=52&offset=10#comments

Genres:

Writing, Poetry
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4 days ago Imtiaz Ali said:

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2 months ago Arabella Starr said:

I really enjoyed the content of this poem. I don't think I've read anything about an abandoned pet before. It was a little too rhyme-y for me, but I liked the way it sounded classic. I really hope this pet gets a new owner. The girl seems like the perfect one.

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over 1 year ago F.M. Nighwell said:

I quite like the literary devices you use, especially your personification of animals. You seem to be very observant and emotionally intelligent.

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over 1 year ago Emily Berry said:

Very deep an emotional, nice job with these.

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4 months ago Belle T said:

Great work! They all complimented the theme very well, and there were a few especially great lines!

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10 months ago adoesha said:

I enjoyed this immensely and could feel myself drawn into each poem written.