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SmexiLexi


SmexiLexi
Stanton, Tennessee
Member for 8 years

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ABOUT ME
Do not test me unless you wish to be tested in return. Do not ask me unless you are prepared for the answer. Do not laugh with me unless you know the joke. And do not love me until you have fully understood my journey.

INTERESTS AND FAVORITES
Books: Wuthering Heights, The Fault in Our Stars, Pride and Prejudice, Dante's Inferno
Music: This is War, The Drug in Me Is You, Dying is Your Latest Fashion, American Tragedy
Movies: A Walk to Remember, My Sister's Keeper, My Soul to Take, Constantine
TV Shows: The Fosters, Switched at Birth, Vampire Diaries, Supernatural
Interests: Writing, Music, Reading, Walking


Poetry
By SmexiLexi BRONZE
Stanton, Tennessee
SmexiLexi BRONZE, Stanton, Tennessee
1 article 1 photo 9 comments

Favorite Quote:
"When one door closes, don't just stand there trying to pry it open. Move on to the next open door and get on with your life. It sure beats bloody, cracked fingernails and broken desperation."-me

Art/Photo
SmexiLexi BRONZE, Stanton, Tennessee
1 article 1 photo 9 comments

Favorite Quote:
"When one door closes, don't just stand there trying to pry it open. Move on to the next open door and get on with your life. It sure beats bloody, cracked fingernails and broken desperation."-me

Poetry
By Kestrel PLATINUM
Warrenton, Virginia
Kestrel PLATINUM, Warrenton, Virginia
29 articles 11 photos 189 comments

Favorite Quote:
-There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy. (Shakespeare, Hamlet)

Poetry
By Kestrel PLATINUM
Warrenton, Virginia
Kestrel PLATINUM, Warrenton, Virginia
29 articles 11 photos 189 comments

Favorite Quote:
-There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy. (Shakespeare, Hamlet)

Fiction
By Kestrel PLATINUM
Warrenton, Virginia
Kestrel PLATINUM, Warrenton, Virginia
29 articles 11 photos 189 comments

Favorite Quote:
-There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy. (Shakespeare, Hamlet)