I Wrote This for You

I Wrote This for You

Pleasefindthis is the joint work of poet Iain S. Thomas and photographer Jon Ellis.

Author: Pleasefindthis

Publisher: E-reads

ISBN: 1926760689

Category: Love

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Pleasefindthis is the joint work of poet Iain S. Thomas and photographer Jon Ellis.
Categories: Love

I Wrote This for You

I Wrote This for You

I wish I could be there, next to you on this sad day. When you feel like the clouds have fallen and landed at your feet. When you feel like the world is against you and no one understands, how you feel. I wish I could have been there ...

Author: Estina Ailoje

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781664141759

Category: Poetry

Page: 244

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I wrote this for you. You are a Phalaenopsis sticking out of the wall contrary to everything ordinary. I don’t know what it is but something about you makes me go amok, a craving worse than smoking. Something like beautiful. Something haywire. I know if I have you, I would probably quit my secondhand habits and walk into rehab without understanding why. I would become a disciple and go to church every day. Just for you. Just to see your face. Anything you love, I will become.
Categories: Poetry

I Wrote this Last Period

I Wrote this Last Period

Enough By Derick Edwards —JUVFOG\QW<>NUL— Leo Davies had it all: he was the “A” guy of every girl's dreams; ... I had it rough when I was your age, but you on the other hand, you have everything that you could possibly need to succeed.

Author: Kurt Simonsen

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1462031277

Category: Fiction

Page: 372

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I Wrote This Last Period is a book full of short stories. Even more so filled with an infinite amount of talent and emotions. From cover to cover, this book will have you on the most interesting and entertaining rollercoaster you have ever experienced. From daring adventures and sorrowful tragedies, to non-stop comedy and meaningful metaphors, it is impossible not to find a story or two fit for your personality. Now, keep in mind that every one of these enticing pieces has been written by 60 or so high school juniors from Norwalk High School. Don’t let that fact deter you from reading these exceptional stories, as it should only add to the amazement that a group of 16 year-olds wrote a book of such uniqueness.
Categories: Fiction

Dear Avery

Dear Avery

I wrote this to prove a lot of things to myself and to also force myself to face a lot of stuff I was running from. I wrote it to silence that voice in my head saying “you're a one-hit-wonder and if we're honest here the first was a ...

Author: Avery Banks

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780244428419

Category: Self-Help

Page: 113

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Very cynical, very me (and probably a few others too). I got very tired of reading the same self-help tips that never really seemed to apply to my life and always seem to be coming from some happy-go-lucky blogger whose life appears to be perfect. And so, this was born. A series of letters to you, full of all the crappiest, happiest and most confusing things that have happened to me over the years in the hope that you might learn something. If not, I?ve exposed myself and I?ll have to live with the embarrassment forever, but on the chance that anything I?ve learnt can make your days a little less crappy then it's worth it.
Categories: Self-Help

I Wasn t Dead When I Wrote This

I Wasn t Dead When I Wrote This

He really needed to get his act together. All of a sudden, he did. Everything changed. I have no idea why. Many times I have asked him, “What happened to you? What made you change?” All he could say was, “I guess I just grew up.

Author: Lisa-Marie Calderone-Stewart

Publisher: Loyola Press

ISBN: 9780829437676

Category: Religion

Page: 144

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I Wasn’t Dead When I Wrote This is a recipient of the QED Seal, which stands for Quality, Excellence, Design for ebooks and applications. Perhaps the greatest gift we receive when we grow older is the gift of wisdom. When conversing with our children of those younger than us we might find ourselves giving advice and thinking, "If only I knew that when I was your age!" This is certainly the case for youth minister Lisa-Marie Calderone-Stewart--but it is especially noteworthy because this book was written in her final months before dying of cancer. After thirty years of working with teens, Calderone sums up a lifetime's worth of the best practical advice she has given and received for young people to be happy and spirituality strong in I Wasn't Dead When I Wrote This. Calderone acknowledges that ones teenage years are formative in shaping his or her attitudes and soul-habits, but too often teens look to contemporary culture and acquaintances to develop the ways they deal with life's curveballs. She reflects upon painful periods of time in her youth--such as the time she was the only student in class who had receved just one Valentine and the moment she overhead her parents discussing how much she had changed as a teenager and how they felt they had "lost her." It was through difficult but relatable experiences such as these that she learned the lessons on how to best avoid falling apart when life becomes challenging. It is never too late to change your life or shape someone else's--as Calderone does just that with this honest, heartfelt perspective on living written a few months dying.
Categories: Religion

I wrote this on a napkin while she spoke to God

I wrote this on a napkin while she spoke to God

Mackenzie Rae Packard. “i do it” for you. CONTENTS preamble cadaver 1 exit song 2 where we met.

Author: Mackenzie Rae Packard

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781387065257


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I Wrote It You Read It

I Wrote It  You Read It

Mother was questioning the doctor as she entered the room. The white coated doctor looked at me, my dad and back to Mother. “Let me get his chart. . .” and out the door he went. “I'm going to turn one more off on that side,” I said as I ...

Author: Mary Dimond

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781483622873

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 162

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Early 1920s Dear Santa, Ive been good. Can you bring me a doll? That is all I want. Thanks, Nannie --------------------------------------- Early Christmas 1930s I am grown up now. I dont need a doll anymore. I need socks and a scarf. Thanks., your friend, Nannie ---------------------------------------- Christmas Day , 1944 Well I got my doll a real baby! She cries and wets. She has blue eyes and blonde hair. Thank You Jesus for sharing Your birthday with her, her name is Mary Elizabeth. Thanks again. ------------------------------------------ Christmas, 1963 Jesus, my little girl wants to go far away and stay. She wants to be Your bride! This is a hard thing for me to understand, but I must. Take care of my baby, Mary. As always, Nan --------------------------------------- Christmas 1964 No longer a little girl, all grown up with a new name, Sr. Mary Noel, a pretty name for someone who was born on Christmas day. Shes happy now and so am I.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

300 Things I Hope

300 Things I Hope

Other Books by Iain S. Thomas I Wrote This For You is the first collection of the best photography and prose of the world-renowned blog, I Wrote This For You, from 2007 to 2011. Discover the blog at iwrotethisforyou.me I Wrote This For ...

Author: Iain S. Thomas

Publisher: Central Avenue Publishing

ISBN: 9781771680479

Category: Poetry

Page: 288

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From Iain S. Thomas, the creator of I Wrote This For You, and artist Carla Kreuser comes a collection of 300 things they truly and sincerely hope for you: from wishing you always have a pen, to hoping you're never lonely, and everything in-between. This collection of inspiring prose and illustrations will move you, and remind you of what's important in life as you live it. Or, that's what they hope.
Categories: Poetry

She Just Wants to Forget

She Just Wants to Forget

I wrote this for her because she ... you ... deserve it. You have been through so much and yet you continue to hold your head high, and though you've been constantly disappointed, you find new and rare ways to hold on to this sort of ...

Author: r.h. Sin

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

ISBN: 9781524852825

Category: Poetry

Page: 208

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She Just Wants to Forget is the follow up to the New York Times bestselling poetry collection She Felt Like Feeling Nothing by r.h. Sin.
Categories: Poetry

I Wrote That One Too

I Wrote That One  Too

After the requisite small talk and niceties, he finally put his arm around me and said, “I want you to hear this beautiful song I am going to record, and you are going to do the arrangement for me, yes?” It was more of a gentle command ...

Author: Steve Dorff

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

ISBN: 9781540005014

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 347

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(Book). One of the most successful songwriters and composers of the last 25 years, Steve Dorff has penned over 20 Top 10 hits for pop and country artists around the world, including Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, Blake Shelton, Smokey Robinson, Kenny Rogers, Ray Charles, Anne Murray, Whitney Houston, George Strait, Dolly Parton, Judy Collins, Cher, Dusty Springfield, Ringo Starr, and Garth Brooks. He has scored for television shows, including Growing Pains , Major Dad , Murder She Wrote , Reba , and several films, including Any Which Way but Loose for which he penned the titular song, and more recently, he has embarked on Broadway (forthcoming musical Josephine ). Chronicling his four decades behind the music, Steve Dorff gives anecdotes, advice, and insights into his journey. The book follows Steve from his childhood in Queens to Manhattan to Nashville and to his eventual arrival in Los Angeles, California. Oftentimes, songs are attributed to the singers who perform them, but it is the songwriter who really knows the story behind the story from conception to execution. Full of heartfelt stories, hard-earned wisdom, and delightful wit, I Wrote That One, Too . . . is a great read for musicians, music fans, and whoever has chased their dreams and survived the surprising but often serendipitous turns in the road.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography