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Poetry Break: Cassie Solis

By: Cassie Solis

 

 

Poetry Break: Cassie Solis marilyn l davis two drops of ink

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Girl, I See You

 

I see the way you look at him

Like he put the stars in the sky

Writes your name with them

 

I bet he calls you beautiful

And tells you he loves you

 

You’d do anything for him

Give everything

Just to have someone stay

Chase all your fears away

 

Perfect Instagram couple

Anything to get a double click

 

Have you fallen prey to the epidemic

Symptoms include

Black and blue

A grip that hurts

More than just your heart

 

Alcohol breath

He is not slow to anger

 

Girl, I see you

And I believe you

Can you believe me, too,

When I say

 

“This is not what Love would do.”

 

 

Bio: Cassie Solis

Poetry Break: Cassie Solis marilyn l davis two drops of ink

Cassadie has been writing since she can remember but has only now begun to emerge and share her work.

Her most frequent topics are faith, the wrestle with one’s mind, and the significance of life. She currently holds the role of book editor and writing partner to Mary Korch (author of She Saw in Color) and co-founder of The Untold Project.

Cassadie is only just beginning the rest of her life and looks forward to sharing it with the world as it unfolds.

Links

Blog: https://cassiesolis.theglobalu.org/

She Saw in Colorhttps://untoldstoryproject.org/SheSawInColor

Untold Story Project: https://untoldstoryproject.org/Stories

 

 

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