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The debut poetry chapbook from Ramna Safeer, hand-bound and published by words(on)pages.

The underbelly of an animal is its most vulnerable part. The underbelly is the best place to attack, usually hidden, usually behind, usually darker and softer and untouched. The poems in this book are the underbelly of a girl looking for something while still trying to figure out what t
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A short, bittersweet, inspirational, and wonderfully honest collection of poems that I related to, both in style and subject matter. These can either be read once quickly and had their impact felt instantly, or they can be dragged out and savoured, reread and loved each time.
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