Silent Sickness

Author: Rey A. Winter


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Silent Sickness is a compilation of poetry written by myself

as I try to navigate young adulthood. The way I’ve wandered through

life has been shaky and inconsistent, but poetry has been a constant

for me, always there to reflect the feelings I don’t believe I could

articulate aloud. This book of poetry reflects a lot of my internal

monologue and the ways in which I perceive the world around me.

I am a free-verse, spoken word and slam poet

from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. I began writing

poetry in high school as a method of self-expression,

as despite my inability to adequately

articulate my feelings verbally, I can do so with

written words very well. Poetry is therapeutic

for me, and the last six years of my life have

been better since I started writing. Alongside

writing, I have completed a Bachelor’s degree

in psychology and intend to pursue cognitive

psychology someday. When I’m not busy with school or work, I like

to compete in local poetry slams in Saskatoon, and hope to someday

compete at the national level.”

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Black & White

Pages: 54 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Fiction

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