Abigail Kloss-Aycardi

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Two Rivers, Wisconsin, The United States
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“In situations where most kids and teens would throw fits, run away or just become completely rebellious, Abigail turned to writing poetry to release her most intense emotions.

Four books and seven years of marriage later, little has changed.

With her well-chosen words, Abigail captures the deepest feelings that most people experience and try to conceal or are simply unable to explain. To read her poetry is to open your soul and see your own emotions in writing for the first time.”

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Madrid Metro

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Love Is an Orchid

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Deep Within Creative Minds

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Ordinary Life During a Pandemic

I had prepared a three-page post where I vented and talked all about COVID-19 and how I felt about it...but in the end, I opted to post this instead.


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Description: The title poem of Abigail's first eBook, "Out of Reach - A Poet in Permafrost" soon to be released here: www.afreeverse.com
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