abielias1
Joined: Mar 2022

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abielias1   Junior Editor

Abi is an English student at the University of Birmingham and an editor-in-training. She has loved all things literary from a young age, and more often than not can be found with her head buried in a book!

Submitted Poems 3 total

My Name is Fibromyalgia

My name is Fibromyalgia and I live within
I wanted to introduce myself; so, it is here I will begin
I know you’ve seen the doctor hoping to be cured
Well that’s not going to happen despite what he assured

He took long enough to find me, as I...

by Terry Haslett

added by abielias1
1 month ago

CONVERSATIONS ABOUT HOME (AT THE DEPORTATION CENTRE)

Well, I think home spat me out, the blackouts and curfews like tongue against loose tooth. God, do you know how difficult it is, to talk about the day your own city dragged you by the hair, past the old prison, past the school gates, past the...

by Warsan Shire

added by abielias1
3 months ago

Rivers and Mountains

Yarra and Murray,
Murrumbidgee and Darling,
Lachlan and Derwent,
Swan River and Hawkesbury River . . .
By your old or your new names;
And all your brothers and sisters,
Numberless rivers, creeks, and billabongs
What can you not all tell me
...

by Rex Ingamells

added by abielias1
3 months ago

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To love is too be human! It may be scary to open oneself up to it, but it is always worth it

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you write beautifully about what it is to love someone with scars no one can see

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Allergies have never sounded so beautiful!

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I love this so much, there is something about a mother's poetry that holds more pure love than any other poetry. Your children will always be your babies, no matter how old they grow!

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wow - this is haunting. I have a feeling your poem will stick with me for a long time

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I knew immediately from reading this that it was a song; your poetry has a lovely natural rhythm to it!

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I love your choice of form - a well-done poem!

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Thank you for parceling up this beautiful moment to share with the rest of us!

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This is so beautiful, your wisdom shines through in your writing!

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Your writing style is so beautiful, and your message is admirable

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