Marie WardAlonge

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Marie WardAlonge Quotations

  • ''Everyone has flaws....some more than others.''
    Flaws
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  • ''If I take credit for everything people stated I did or said, I would be either crazy or rich....I would rather be the latter.''
    Being blamed
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  • ''Some people may say I am paranoid....If I believe that, I would be paranoid.''
    Paranoia
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  • ''Don't believe it when someone tells you that you don't have a personality; Everyone has one...several, in some cases.''
    Personality
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  • '''I am a Southern girl with a Midwestern connection. So when people tell me I have an accent, I tell them, 'So does almost everyone in America.''''
    Accents
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Comments about Marie WardAlonge

  • Omiat Kings (6/18/2010 2:02:00 PM)

    Nice poem! Go Lakers!

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  • Hossam Bounab (3/20/2010 5:53:00 AM)

    Nice, those words seem sincere.yes, we may not be the best, but that does not mean, we're the worst.we must only to try our best to be the best among the rest, then we can get a good harvest, just be always in the contest :)

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Best Poem of Marie WardAlonge

A Father's Regret

A father she had loved but never seen.
A picture sent by him when she was in her teens.
A physical feature she had from his genes
She heard people say she had to be his.
They would tease.
To her, some people could be very mean.

While both parents were many miles away,
Her grandmother kept her.
She was strict.
You dared to interrupt.
She would often have the last say.
She loved that child unconditionally.
She stayed while others chose to flee.

Living in the city, her father had opportunities to many treats.
On the farm, waiting for her father ...

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