Onward: A Collection of Poems

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic

A collection of poems I've made over the past few years. Some are a little somber and might be triggering. If the grammar, spelling, or meaning makes no sense--great. I typically like to write whatever comes to mind without editing or touching it up. However, I still accept critique and suggestions.

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Death of a mother


This is based on a mother's suicide. Very somber, emotional, and filled with bitterness and sadness.
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A solemn question


Sort of a question about life's purpose, sort of a poem to mess around with rhyming. CW: "psychotic" and "whore" are used in this poem.
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A little less dramatic


An acknowledgement of anxiety and depression and a reminder that life is worth living and moving forward.
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Where to go

Despite the common misconception, I am something less than perfect Mildly lost 'cause all directions look so sweet but I've no reas... Read Chapter

Amnesia


The confused thoughts of a girl breaking free from controlling parents. Mentions God in words like "True Savior."
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Illusion grandeur

Lovely heart, don't let them see you'll chase the wind, circumvent conquer the frothing sea In the lapse of a minute in the beat ... Read Chapter

Along the way


Partly messing around with words and rhyming, partly a spiritual/religious thing.
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No, my personal space is not a residential parking garage, thank you


Only one side of a conversation, from the mouth of a defensive and emotionally closed-off person. She'll open up one day.
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Un-alone


Mostly just an experiment with word play, timing, and rhyme. Also somewhat of a reminder that we are not alone in our struggles.
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