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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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Shame
by Aska Makori
The World Below
by Michael Henry
Poetry
by Ashmi Sheth
IN THOUGHT
by Martha Mwenda
Two consciousness
by Nathan Munroe
The Blowing Wind
by Mitzi Danielson-Kaslik
You are.
by Sybil Vinson
A - Anarchy
by North Calantoni
For Granted
by Nadine Oraby
ALL I WANT
by Kibisu Amudala
1,011 Miles
by Eva McDonald
Like You
by Kayla Bailey
Morning Glory
by Shaniel Edwards
Letter to the Unfaithful Wife
by Shawna-Lee Lawrence
MORAL OF THE STORY-GENDERCIDE
by Brian Pierre-Alexander
Ben's Back
by Austin Mitchell
meet again
by sabrina espanio
Art
by Zuzanna Salinska
An Oak Tree
by Michaela Sizemore
Count the days
by Alyssia Ivelja
love
by mohamad safan
Aww Pity me
by William Jerome
Stubborn
by Gillyan Gilchrist
In My Pocket
by Adelaine Lowe
You Never Broke Me
by Caroline Coyle
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