Shauna Stoltz

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I'm 17 and I got to Washington High School in Washington Missouri. My first poem was published when I was 15 and I relized that dreams can come true. I'm the youngest of 6 kids so I have alot of encouragment from my family. I found the love of my life when I was 16 and he's been my biggest fan. I've always enjoyed writeing poetry ever since I was little. I'd recite Shakespeare at age 4 before I ... more »

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  • John C.F. Luzader (5/28/2019 6:06:00 PM)

    I believe the poem you quoted by your great grandfather was written by the brother of my great grandfather. Was you ancestor Perry Green Luzader? Mine was his brother, John Michael Luzader.

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  • Oscar Thistle (6/21/2016 9:48:00 PM)

    this poem is inspiring. thankyou for putting it up. NOT

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  • Michael Fischer (3/30/2007 5:31:00 PM)

    'My Heart' is a good poem. But as you progress as a writer, you want to try to avoid cliches and use more creative metaphors and smilies. For example, 'every time I see you, my heart melts away' could be written 'my heart melts like a lit candle when you grace me with your Romeo-like presence' or something like that. But it comes with time. Good luck!

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Best Poem of Shauna Stoltz

Fifty Cents A Day

I am an humble Soldier
far from my friends and home,
mid scenes of war and hardships
I constantly must roam,
with many officers over me,
and them I must obey,
and do just what they tell me,
for fifty cents a day.

I enlisted in the army
to help my country's cause,
because I loved it dearly,
and would sustain its laws,
I felt a free man's duty,
his country to obey,
I came not as a hireling,
for fifty cents a day

I enlisted as a soldier.
a free man and a man
To do a soldiers duty,
as best a soldier can.
hope to fight ...

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