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Poems by Sophie Pilkington

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06/10/2021 Imprint 154 Free verse
03/19/2021 Lament 240 Free verse
02/09/2021 Shoelaces 274 Free verse
12/20/2020 The Eighth Wonder 284 Free verse
12/14/2020 Catalyst 305 Free verse
11/16/2020 2020 Reminded Me That 163 Rhyme
09/22/2020 The Darkest Part of the Forest 245 Free verse
09/22/2020 May We Meet Again 272 Free verse
07/27/2020 Dream Me 150 Free verse
06/23/2020 Our Soft Epilogue 169 Free verse
05/17/2020 Cold Side of the Bed 172 Free verse
04/14/2020 December 16th 2017 215 Free verse
04/13/2020 Bliss, I Think 302 Free verse
02/01/2020 My Favourite Haunt 187 Free verse
01/10/2020 Melancholy 222 Free verse
01/10/2020 Heavy Downpour 198 Free verse
01/09/2020 The Prologue 231 Free verse
01/08/2020 Please, Just Look At Me 214 Free verse
01/08/2020 A Faulty Lifejacket 236 Free verse
01/07/2020 Be the Most Terrifying Thing In the Woods 241 Free verse
01/07/2020 Untitled1 213 Free verse
01/07/2020 You Ruined the Rain For Me 1159 Free verse


Quote Left "I will not lose pieces of myself in order to fix you. You cannot have me without my say so." Quote Right
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Quote Left "He looks at her like he can't quite believe that she exists, like she's an otherworldly creature and he can't quite figure out how he's lucky enough to behold her. He looks at her like he's afraid she's going to disappear." Quote Right
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Book: Shattered Sighs