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The Sad Girls' Poetry Club By Meghan Ruffalo
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Described in this book is a single year of my life outlined in dramatic poetry. From the darkest point I've ever been at to healing and learning to let go of the people and emotions that held me down.
Poetry for the Sad, Lonely and Hopelessly Endangered By Steve Thompson
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A collection of poems for various states of mind: happy, infuriated, inebriated, dogmatic, dramatic, smiley, wily, cranky, spunky, overwrought, overworked, sad lonely and hopelessly endangered.
Sad Random By Arissa
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A somewhat cynical book of poetry not meant to make anyone feel better
Sad To Learn By Jared Gonyea
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Sad To Learn By Jared Gonyea
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"Too... Sad," By Emily Nakamura
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These poems are a collection of what I’m not too embarrassed of from my teen years. They are arranged in order of oldest to newest, the first few being from when I was 15 in 2013-14, and the... More > last few being from when I was 18 in 2016-17.< Less
Upon Sadness By Jesse Toban
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The ramblings of a hormonal teenage girl. Join me on a trip through memory lane with the streetlamps off. This book is a collection of poems and pictures from a time in my life where I was in love... More > with an abusive man. The first time I fell in love with an abusive man, anyway. The back and forth, the push and pull. It's all there in black and white along with several pictures I drew from the same time period. This is the first in a two part series chronicling my poor judgment when it comes to love. These are also my initial forays into publishing and I have immensely enjoyed the process. Maybe someone will read this and feel less alone. Maybe someone will read this and have a good laugh.< Less
Sadness Understood By Scott Tolchin
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For all of my adult life, I have experienced sadness through the mind of clinical depression, a very real, very serious psychological disorder (disease) that manifests itself to the outer world only... More > in behavior. What I had perceived as sadness is not what is commonly perceived as sadness, and I had no idea that this was so, until a recent change in my medication was introduced. This essay attempts to describe what my perception of sadness was, what I assume may be sadness as perceived by others who suffer from this dreadful disease, and what I know it now to be.< Less
The Upside of Sadness By Christina Engela
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The Upside Of Sadness - a poetry collection by Christina Engela. Like many poets, Christina Engela started writing poetry out of a need to express her internalized teenage angst, gothic gloom,... More > suppressed desires, drama and emotional trauma. Unlike most of those poets, Christina is also very good at seeing – and presenting – the brighter side of sorrow, or if you will, the upside of sadness. Christina wrote her first poem at age 12. Funnily enough, it was called “Fear”, and since then, she has over the course of her life, written a further 232 poems. This collection presents a selection of 165 of them, covering a variety of topics such as philosophy, love and heartbreak, her observations of the world around her, her torment as a teen and adult living with gender dysphoria – poetry she wrote in the face of prejudice and bigotry, culminating in her transition from the age of 26 to her final procedures in 2006 – and some light-hearted fun.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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