Contest Vote For Empathy with Grief

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9 votes Come Away With Me My Friend by Carolyn Shelton
6 votes The Truth by Sharon Meda
6 votes Why do the Good They Die Young? by Liberty Justice
5 votes We're Just A Visitor by Harry Smith
1 Vote I ask you by ameen786



Comments For The Truth by Sharon Meda

They are all good, but this is amazing.


Comments For Why do the Good They Die Young? by Liberty Justice

Why do the good they die young is a very suspenseful brave deed made to fit in short syllables. Awesome


Comments For We're Just A Visitor by Harry Smith

Wise words, beautifully rhymed.


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