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HL Roses are Read (1)

 

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Roses are Read is an eclectic collection of poems that express the struggles and stages of teenage existence. From first kiss to first heartbreak, awkward moments to awkward stages, and broken lies to broken cries, Roses are Read illustrates what average (and not so average) teenagers experience every day and after. No one will understand the ups and downs of struggling to balance school, friendship, young love, disappointment, and learn to recognize yourself better than a teen. Get lost within the sad, twisted, and perplexed mind of a love struck adolescent trying to figure out what helps the heart beat and stops it from bleeding.

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Roses are read. Violets are blown. Take me to a place, To a world unknown, Where the grass grows greener, Where the hurtful are perished, Where the hurting are healing, And the different are cherished, Where the hiding are unhidden And free to be free, Where the dying are protected And free to die young, Where the young aren’t forced To die young at all, Where the people are painted And the pictures are hung. Let the air blow through me And the dirt lie beneath me. Let the sky shine above me And the people all love me. Let me find my acceptance In this world in my head, Where the violets are blown And the roses are read.

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