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Poems by Bernadette Goemans

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Date PostedPoemTitle# ViewsForm  
08/11/2022 Bonn in the Summer 13 Couplet
07/07/2022 Goodbyes 171 Free verse
07/07/2022 Sleep 157 Quintain (English)
06/12/2022 The Sun does not Set in Words 264 Free verse
06/11/2022 Dreamland 316 Alliteration
06/10/2022 Eccentric 150 Free verse
06/07/2022 Weak 183 Free verse
06/05/2022 Change 241 Free verse
06/03/2022 Has Anyone Heard my Music 161 Quatrain
05/31/2022 How much further 217 Rhyme
05/30/2022 Left Behind 157 Quatrain
05/30/2022 Untitled 86 Free verse
05/30/2022 if only i could write again 94 Free verse
05/28/2022 me 308 Rhyme
05/28/2022 Peace 186 Quatrain
05/28/2022 Words that Live Forever 177 Free verse
05/28/2022 My Boy 148 Quatrain
05/26/2022 Old Haunts 249 Quatrain
05/26/2022 The Seat of a Mighty King 202 Rhyme
05/26/2022 Insanity 260 Quatrain
05/26/2022 The Ocean 204 Quatrain
05/26/2022 Wandering Traveler 179 Quatrain
05/26/2022 Eden's Lost Garden 176 Quatrain
05/26/2022 Grey Crosses 164 Quatrain
05/26/2022 Little Lights 151 Free verse
05/26/2022 Dream of Oceans 238 Free verse
05/26/2022 Wanderer 159 Terza Rima
05/24/2022 Silence 312 Quatrain
05/24/2022 Lost Child 298 Villanelle
05/24/2022 Villanelle from the West Coast 204 Villanelle
05/24/2022 Nostalgia 266 Free verse


Quote Left The problem with depression is that it stops you from being able to do things that make up who you are; the things that form your identity. After being depressed for too long you've almost forgotten who you are, and when, eventually, you're able to fight your way out of the depths, you face an inevitable identity crises. You haven't been you for so long that you don't exist anymore. Then there is no energy left to fight when the strangling arms pull you back into the abyss. Quote Right
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