Treasure Island

Kristina Riggs

(July 24 1983. / Tennessee)

Family I love


love my family with my hold heart.
My love is Joy to love my family
Family is sad and happy and love.
Family is fun and painful and pretty.
My family is like all families we have
love and we have happiness and tears
I love my hold family
My family is like angels who fly in sky
I am grateful that I have family that loves
me.
My family are kind and nice and fun to be
around
My family is painful like all familys are and
heart breaking and Evil sometimes
My family is heart breaking and deadly like
everyone else
Hey I can't stop loving my family not matter what
it coats in the family.
Way my family is just makes me want have family
with someone be as good as they are.
But God know I love my family
and our love is great to have in life
and even know they leave he world they still
a live in my hearts.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 17, 2008

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  • Frank Cyprian (1/15/2009 2:18:00 PM)

    hi, i am a writer and publisher from Nigeria, i like your poem and wish to publish your poem on minister's magazine called quadrant kingdom minsters. can i have more of your poems.

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