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Avengers Rec: Sincerely, Your Pal by lettered

Title: Sincerely, Your Pal

Author: lettered

Ship: Steve Rogers/Bucky Barnes

Wordcount: 65620

Summary:  “[…] lesbians and gay men writing letters to their lovers and friends faced the special problem of wartime censorship. 283 more words

Fandom: Avengers

A Lonely Old Woman

This poem was written as a reflection on the inevitability of age and how young people just do not want to listen to the tales the elderly tell.  287 more words


The Inevitable War

Most of my early delving into the world of poetry was definitely categorised by the Second World War.  It’s a subject that I find deeply emotive and on some level deeply personal.  522 more words


A Seagulls Cry

I’ve always had a dislike for seagulls, especially the huge black backed ones.  To me they look as though they could just scoop you up and carry you away.  147 more words


This poem continues the theme of the Second World War and was indeed in relation to another English assignment.  This was the second poem I wrote and was in fact a year later than the first ‘Parting Speech’ .  375 more words


Parting Speech

This poem was the very first poem I ever wrote.  At the tender age of 15 studying for our GCSE exams we were asked to write a poem that captured our thoughts and feelings about the War.  423 more words