Ashley Seymour

Rookie - 10 Points (03-06-1985 / Michigan USA)

Ashley Seymour Poems

1. Suicide 9/15/2006
2. Finding Ashley 9/15/2006
3. A Mommy No More 1/28/2008
4. Big Girls Cry Too: A Short Story 1/28/2008
5. What I Thought I'D Never Miss: A Reflection 1/28/2008
6. Somewhere Among The Stars 5/5/2008
7. Cutting To Cope 8/13/2008
8. F A T 8/27/2008
9. Silent Killer 10/29/2008
10. Who Am I? 3/16/2008
11. Taken 10/23/2009
12. Mom 9/15/2006
13. Pain Is Beautiful 1/4/2009
14. Two Sides Of Suicide: A True Acount 1/28/2008
15. Lonely Nights 9/15/2006
16. A Perfect World 1/7/2009
17. Happy Birthday: A Letter 3/17/2008
18. Breaking Point 1/28/2008
19. Self Hatred 2/6/2008
20. Behind The Smile 10/8/2010

Comments about Ashley Seymour

  • Phillip Ellis (10/22/2008 4:24:00 PM)

    Dear Ashley,

    thank you for their poems. I appreciate their emotional honesty and directness, and their raw, visceral response and struggle with technique. To what extent have you looked at poems that scan, but which either forego rhyme, or use it more subtly than you have now? I am very interested in how poets write, as well as what they write, since we tend to develop both in varying degrees as we develop as a poet.

    If you would like more detailed comments, I would be happy to leave messages for you. It would be a pleasure, and I would love to see more of your work.

    yours

    Phillip Ellis

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Best Poem of Ashley Seymour

Behind The Smile

Behind the smile,
Is a girl you don’t know,
She lives a totally different life,
And you would never think so.

You see a girl,
Who’s cheery and bright,
With a positive attitude,
And a heart full of light.

People want to be her friend,
But she won’t let them in,
They can’t know her secrets,
She must hide her sins.

Blindness is challenging,
But she never gives in,
To the struggles that bind her,
You must push to win.

She didn’t want perfection,
Didn’t try to be the best,
She wasn’t the stuck up snobby girl, ...

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Suicide

In one month from tomorrow,
It’ll be two years,
Since your story ended,
And I cried all those tears.

The word they used was suicide,
That’s what the experts say,
I just know my life,
Was forever changed that day.

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