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A poet by proxy of therapy. Her works (with only a couple of exceptions) are comprised of poems written in a form of therapy diary, they served for several years as an aid to dealing with situations that may or may not be within the poems themselves. This is also the reason for so much rhyming; though not necessary for poetry, it was part of what made poetry therapeutic for her and so is an almost certain constant.

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List of poems by E.S. Conway 40 total

See me
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Argue
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About a girl
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Keep going
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Lesson in altruism 5 ViewsRate it
Facebook Zombies
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This year (2017) 2 ViewsRate it
Inside me
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4 love
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Incomplete
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3 days awake (Descent)
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Take it
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Fibro warrior
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Friendship
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One
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Mum
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Respect
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Soul Contemplation
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NeuroLove
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Happy?
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Girl inside
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Sleep
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Money, greed, war
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Paradox Of Loneliness Is Cause & Effect
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Bigot
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Letter to the world
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Political fiddle
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Pessimistic Express
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Politics
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Dreaming
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Ode to my inny
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Suicide
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Stare
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PC Me
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Why
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Bright light
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June
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True Friend
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Glimpse 0 ViewsRate it
Lonely Little Me
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