Bri Edwards


My Poemhunter.com Identity..... [Secrets; Online 'safety'; Personal]


When you visit Poemhunter you may notice some information that seems hard to swallow.
Be sure that you realize: "NOT all (you read) you should blindly follow.
For instance, one new member emigrated from Greece, from "Olive Oil Hill".
And maybe you shouldn't believe a name such as Cody, Buffalo Bill.

In my life I've made a habit of being truthful, sometimes "to a fault".
Sometimes, after being honest, the disagreeable outcome I could not halt.
I probably would, therefore, have used my real name. I did use my real picture.
But due to my Love's influence, I've used, instead, a disguised middle/first name mixture.

(Dec.2012)

Submitted: Saturday, February 16, 2013
Edited: Thursday, February 28, 2013

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it IS true, truthfully. REALLY! believe me? ?

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  • Veeraiyah Subbulakshmi (2/16/2013 9:06:00 PM)

    the same person may have many accounts in PH, so they have to use different name for different account and I don' think that it is not against the rules of this site, unless the websites insist to name Bri Edwards 1, Bri Edwards 2, Bri Ediwards 3 and so on. But it is sickening attitude to grade our own work using our own different account, only the weak would do it.. so you are not a weak and be proud of yourself... (Report) Reply

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