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Adalyn Winn

Updated: Wed, 15 Jul 2020 03:44 am

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I'm 17, a recovering addict. My poetry usually reflects my addiction, conflicts, or sadness. I don't have techniques or know anything professional but feedback would be lovely:) If you have other questions feel free to email me!

Sample: keep reaching

the cravings keep coming but you strive not to drop your brain tells you "you need it", but you tell that thought to stop your higher power will guide you, you just need to pray just ask for guidance, you don't want your life to go astray the time comes and goes, we learn different things you learn to accept it and hope for what the future brings sharing is caring; the traditions live through keep working your steps and you'll have a new view

All poems are copyright of the originating author. Permission must be obtained before using or performing others' poems.

Blog entries by Adalyn Winn

snow white's apple (21/07/2020)

Malignant Manipulator (21/07/2020)

The opposition (21/07/2020)

Mind games (21/07/2020)

street life (15/01/2020)

relapse (15/01/2020)

dulled (15/01/2020)

disassociation (15/01/2020)

uneasy brain (15/01/2020)

desperate (15/01/2020)

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Jared Harris

Tue 21st Jul 2020 10:29

Love your sample a recovering addict I can relate...I definitely have my fair share of poems dealing with addiction, check them out whenever you have time....i will read some of your other ones soon as well...thanks


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Paul Sayer

Tue 21st Jul 2020 08:52

Adalyn, 'You' are the Narcan the world needs.

Stick it to the hearts of the lost, so they may be jolted back to life.

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Tue 29th Oct 2019 23:02

Keep writing Adalyn,we will become addicted to your honesty and openness .Well done.

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Tue 29th Oct 2019 20:55

Welcome Adalyn! I’m so glad you found writing as an outlet at such a young age. It will help see you through the tough times and bring an enhanced awareness of the good times. Your poetry has a raw rhythm that will develop the more you write. Write on!

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