Tag: suicide

Dubious Sovereign a Poem
October 19, 2015 For Authors,Writing Advice A.L. Mabry

    Jiovanni Lebron, an 18-year-old college freshman (and my son) from Ohio, gives us some stark insight into the turmoil that develops when self-motivation challenges self-doubt. It is a wonderful thing to watch a young mind face the challenges of life before rising to it on their own. This kid has big dreams and the

Raising Voices: Society
October 12, 2015 For Authors,Writing Advice A.L. Mabry

  David Ryan Hill, a 15-year-old Sophomore from Virginia, gives us some stark insight into the depths of teenage depression in the following freelance poem. David is the middle child in a trio of brothers who enjoys baseball and wrestling. He uses poetry as a way to cope when he feels down about life.    

Project Semicolon
September 24, 2015 Causes,For Authors Stephanie Ayers

Our Write Side wants to get the conversation started. Many writers draw from their own life experiences when they write. We want you to know we get it; We understand; We love you and we are there for you. Start a conversation with us. Tell us your story. Share your story. We’re listening; The most

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