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I'm 25 years old, and plan to have a book published with my poems, stories, and narratives by the time I'm 30.I grew up in a small farm town in Kentucky, but moved to Cincinnati shortly after graduating highschool. I work in sales and marketing.I have always been a writer. I remember being told I was a "natural born writer" as early as elementary school and encouraged to keep going. I think my first poem was about my dog at that time, if I remember correctly.Poetry comes to me in spurts. The words and the lines just show up in my head, and won't go away until i write them down. It's not something i can force. Ever. It's not on demand. It's an experience. An unction. Poetry is also the way I maintain my sanity and get all the emotions I have on the inside out, calmly, and logically. I can always express myself better in writing than in speech. I have a rule that no one can read anything I write until it's finished. I have a few unfinished pieces. I wrote a children's book last year, am waiting on it to be published. That was a new experience.My pen-name is Dawn Sherman. And my online "handle" is most commonly Rdpenny. You can find me on Facebook or Myspace, or even on my Shutterfly photography website by that name.Please give me any feedback you'd like about my pieces here.

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List of poems by Rachel D. Kabuss 3 total

Before I Met You
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Pool of Good Intentions
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The Edge of Insanity
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