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Enjoy this excellent collection of poems by Writerly Words authors and poets. While many poetry collections focus on the vivid memories and poetry of famous poets, our poets are living and breathing souls who express life in a way to which we can relate. We hope poets will only post their best works and we hope that readers will enjoy these dramatic and purposeful writings of friendship, childhood, passion, grief, comfort, and more.

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by Aska Makori
by Nebechi Grace Ezennaya
Step Softly
by Ron Mramor
Letter to Mother
by Iniubong Efiong
Seasons and times
by Judias Jude
by Waveney Lander-Walters
by Tosanmi Gbenebitse-daniel
At first sight
by Mellissa Crooks
The cock in my hood
by Rita C. Chima
by Chika Jane
Art our way
by Sapphire Junaid
Love Oh, Love
by Christina Kalinga
by Bella Jacobs
Innocent Smile
by Mek Quki
I love salad
by Amber Castro
Sex is To Blame
by Brian Sluga
Quaint Inanity
by Adeyemi Joshua
by Angelique Kriedemann
Loving You Platonically
by Juanita Smith
An Ode to The Survivor
by Kolawole Jegede
The Vatican
by Ronald Campbell
by Candace Henry-McDonald
The Past is Past
by Lujane Elobeid
by Rebekah O Reilly
The Storm
by Kelly Watson

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