Ladie NiQue

Ladie NiQue

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http://www.ladienique.com
Cincinnati, OH
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About Me

I was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and I am currently attending Northern Kentucky University where I major in English. I have been writing poems, short stories, and song lyrics since I was in junior high school. In my junior year of high school, I began writing my first novel entitled Pregnant With a Purpose. Writing is my passion, and I hope to become a published author, and inspire others with my writing.
Facts about Ladie NiQue
-love to sing
-purple is my favorite color
-i love R&B music
-friendly && Goofy
-love feedback!!


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Posted 9 Years Ago


thanks for your reviews we need to get lined back up with God cause we have strayed so far away im happy u enjoyed those two pieces i have so much more that i think u would enjoy and im looking forward to reading some more of ur work also stay safe and on not u again did u read my review? if not do so and read that piece it gets deeper

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Posted 10 Years Ago


You, too.

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Posted 10 Years Ago


Okay, cool. Make sure you hit me with a read request, that way I know it's up.

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Posted 10 Years Ago


Post it! I absolutely love reading prose. I'd be glad to read it.

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Posted 10 Years Ago


I definitely won't. Send me a read request when you post something new, I'd love to read it.

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Posted 10 Years Ago


No problem. You're talented, keep writing.

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Posted 10 Years Ago


Sorry if I sent you multiple RR's. I was having a problem with the site and it fired off RR's ..more than intended...lol

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Posted 10 Years Ago


Go Plant A Tree
Ella Wheeler Wilcox

God, what a joy it is to plant a tree,
And from the sallow earth to watch it rise,
Lifting its emerald branches to the skies
In silent adoration; and to see
Its strength and glory waxing with each spring.
Yes, ’tis a goodly, and a gladsome thing
To plant a tree.

Nature has many marvels; but a tree
Seems more than marvellous. It is divine.
So generous, so tender, so benign.
Not garrulous like the rivers; and yet free
In pleasant converse with the winds and birds;
Oh! privilege beyond explaining words,
To plant a tree.

Rocks are majestic; but, unlike a tree,
They stand aloof, and silent. In the roar
Of ocean billows breaking on the shore
There sounds the voice of turmoil. But a tree
Speaks ever of companionship and rest.
Yea, of all righteous acts, this, this is best,
To plant a tree.

There is an oak (oh! how I love that tree)
Which has been thriving for a hundred years;
Each day I send my blessing through the spheres
To one who gave this triple boon to me,
Of growing beauty, singing birds, and shade.
Wouldst thou win laurels that shall never fade?
Go plant a tree.