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the last time i wore this much yellow i think i was dying inside

the last time i wore this much yellow i think i was dying inside

Angelina Louise Charlotte

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Indy Pub
Año de edición:
2023
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Poesía
ISBN:
9781088177686
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the last time i wore this much yellow i think i was dying inside encompasses an 8 year period of self discovery, healing, and growth.Angelina Louise Charlotte cracks open her diary so you can hear the soundtrack of one young woman struggling to be and become. This debut poetry collection depicts a glimpse of the detrimental effects of social and religious systems in America that belittle women and keep them in cycles of oppression and abuse. the last time i wore this much yellow i think i was dying inside is an honest unfolding of low self esteem, harmful beliefs, heartbreak, depression, anxiety, and relational abuse. From darkness to yellow.

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