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the boys i've loved and the end of the world

Authors: catarinehancock

Genre: Poetry

Update: 21-05-2020

Status: Ongoing

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for the ones who used to love me, the ones who broke my heart, and the one who loves me now.

and for you. for all of you.

~

catarine hancock's debut poetry collection. covering topics like love, heartbreak, feminism, growth, and more, these select poems from her book will tug at both your heartstrings and your mind.

Chapters

to all young writers and poets

to the first

i didn't think this needed an explanation

eclipse

you're the only one who doesn't haunt me

us pertaining to a rainbow

rule #1: never cry over a fuckboy

bias

oceans, the future

for the girls and boys starting high school:

time is everything

the boys i've loved and the end of the world #1

tomorrow

children's games

this is me confessing that i'm still in love with you

ode to the lgbt+ community

recipe for disaster (layer cake)

this is how they kill us

ten words for the ten boys i've kissed

anchor

he used to love me, i think

an excerpt (#1)

schoolgirl's lament

the boys i've loved and the end of the world #2

things i see as god

a princess poem

an excerpt #2

an abstract look on my high school years

honest texts to my ex i'm too scared to send

the boys i've loved and the end of the world #3

out of habit

write about something other than love

the truth

as a woman

so this is how it feels to have someone give up on you

the boys i've loved and the end of the world #4

eyes

an excerpt (#3)

gravedigger

twenty-one days: a love story

seeds (TW)

the boys i've loved and the end of the world #5

god, you did a fucking number on me

a series of short poems on the boys who love(d) me

the aftermath

an excerpt #4

a year in review

the boys i've loved and the end of the world; epilogue

the phone

i think you might have ruined me (and you don't even know it)

eulogy of a broken heart

metaphorically speaking

succubus

i wrote this the day before you left me (i wonder how i knew)

the poem that got me death threats

in rewind

the saddest thing

some will say this is a prostitute (others will be reminded of themselves)

i guess this means i'm moving on

galactic

a poem on how i realized i still loved you

here's the reason why i left you

i swear one day i'll be able to smile by myself again

losing you

a misconstrued metaphor

ivory

a twelve-word story

on the refugee crisis

you are not the one bleeding here

this is why we can't stay away from each other

i can't tell if we're still in love (i hope we are)

conclusive

FULL VERSION OF 'THE BOYS I'VE LOVED' COMING TOMORROW