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Writers have an inspiring and unique voice that the world needs to read. Readers, find a writer who you appreciate and follow their journey. Writers, blogs are an excellent method to get your writing and talent more online visibility. Did you know that you can receive a free blog after submitting just three pieces of creative works on Writerly Words? A blog can contain your thoughts, musings, and experiences on just about anything. Regularly update your blog and gain followers; which facilitates better marketing.

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Law enforcement laxity is to blame for tragedies happening in our country
by DANIEL TITIYA
Living with a Chronic Illness: Part One
by Jo M.
Yes, I've Tried That
by Jo M.
Parenting with Anxiety Sucks
by Jo M.
Maybe I'm Too Tired to Crush the Patriarchy
by Jo M.
I Wish I Had Your Courage
by Jo M.
I Want My Son To Grow Up To Be A Feminist
by Jo M.
Love types
by Nadine Oraby
Ask Ron What if Hillary Were President Now
by Ron Mramor
ICanRelate
by TNoya Lowe
ICanRelate
by TNoya Lowe
Paper Planes
by Andrew Wray
Ask Ron What If . . .
by Ron Mramor
Believing In Your Passion
by Deiann Mckenzie
Ideas a plenty, words a scarcity
by Angelique Kriedemann
The Plan
by Nkoloti Mofokeng
The Stage of Giving up
by veronique prins
Unforced
by Nkoloti Mofokeng
Society
by Nkoloti Mofokeng
June 16 in 2018
by lindelwa ntini
Semetic Proverbs
by Terry Shuff
white t-shirt
by veronique prins
Our First Writing Contest! Yes, it's free!
by Writerly Words Staff
ABOUT HAIKU
by Line Monique Gauthier
After a shaky first day
by Writerly Words Staff
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Law enforcement laxity is to blame for tragedies happening in our country

by DANIEL TITIYA

         Law enforcement laxity is to blame for tragedies happening in our country

Kenya as a country never seizes to surprise us with each passing day. Strange things continue to happen on a daily basis that leaves us more intrig Read More

Living with a Chronic Illness: Part One

by Jo M.

I was officially diagnosed with endometriosis in April of 2014. I was 22 years old.

This diagnosis came after years of dealing with insanely painful menstrual cycles (which often landed me in the ER), an extremely poor immune system, an equally poor digestive system, Read More

Living with a Chronic Illness: Part One

by Jo M.

I was officially diagnosed with endometriosis in April of 2014. I was 22 years old.

This diagnosis came after years of dealing with insanely painful menstrual cycles (which often landed me in the ER), an extremely poor immune system, an equally poor digestive system, Read More

Living with a Chronic Illness: Part One

by Jo M.

I was officially diagnosed with endometriosis in April of 2014. I was 22 years old.

This diagnosis came after years of dealing with insanely painful menstrual cycles (which often landed me in the ER), an extremely poor immune system, an equally poor digestive system, Read More

Living with a Chronic Illness: Part One

by Jo M.

I was officially diagnosed with endometriosis in April of 2014. I was 22 years old.

This diagnosis came after years of dealing with insanely painful menstrual cycles (which often landed me in the ER), an extremely poor immune system, an equally poor digestive system, Read More

Living with a Chronic Illness: Part One

by Jo M.

I was officially diagnosed with endometriosis in April of 2014. I was 22 years old.

This diagnosis came after years of dealing with insanely painful menstrual cycles (which often landed me in the ER), an extremely poor immune system, an equally poor digestive system, Read More



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