Her Hope

Author: Lynnette Marie Lopez


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These pages are excerpts from my life. Starting from happiness to depression, confidence to insecurities, sex to drugs, lgbtq+ to homophobia, eating disorders to mental illness, assaults, and heartbreak, and finding myself. The words on these pages are something fragile but strong in its meaning. Thank you for reading. I love and appreciate you. Muah.

18-year-old Lynnette Marie Lopez, resides in the southern part in Texas. She started writing at the age of 14 and has made writing poetry her passion. She began the idea of writing her own book after having a school assignment her sophomore year in high school. Her teacher assigned a three-chapter book about their life, as their final for the year. Lopez called her “Petunias and Hope”, and from there she started writing “her hope”. The word hope and its significance to Lopez was her grandmother Yolanda Morin. Morin was Lopez’s hope for years, and still has been to this day. Lopez’s father, Leo Lopez has been Lynnette’s biggest inspirator and motivator for everything she has done in her life. Took her in when no one wanted her, and gave her a new life when she needed it. Lynnette wishes to share her words through her writings to young kids, teens, and adults like herself. Being someone’s hope, is what she wants to be. So, here’s “her hope”. Enjoy.

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Black & White

Pages: 88 | Trim Size: 5.5x8.5

Genre: Poetry

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