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Rachel Brewer

(28/01/1991 / Maidstone)

Biography of Rachel Brewer

I was born in Maidstone, (South East England) , along with my twin brother Matthew.I also have a dog called Rio!
I'm a footballer hoping to be a writer and I currently work for an underwriting company in London.
Most of my inspiration comes from songs and music, I love to get lost in movies and books and experience real people dealing with real situations and emotions.
I'm also attempting to write my first novel! hoping it will go well!
I love to write and I hope people will like my poems, some of them are based on my real experiences and it is very comforting to know that other people have been in those situations too.
Thank you to everyone who comments, I really appreciate your thoughts and I will be sure to read your work to!

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Open Your Eyes

Everyone can see the horror in this world,
The wars, the death, the madness,
But people rarely take the time to see all of the wonderful things.
This world, our home, there is joy to be found.
Take the time to look, and I assure you, you will find it.
Open your eyes.
Look up at the sky and study the clouds.
Really take things in, sights, smells, make the most of it while it’s here.
We are only alive for a short amount of time,

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