Heather Devlin

Rookie (1/20/90 / beloit)

Biography of Heather Devlin

i started writing at a rather young age. my first memory of writing for recreation was when i was 9 years old. i sat down with a pencil and paper, and wrote three pages front and back. since then it has always been a part of my life. i started in with poetry in perticular when i was 11, and it worked out best for me. i've gone thru my share of notebooks, and have a dream of someday publishing my work.

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Broken here and all alone,
Sitting, rotting in this 'home',
Watching you just waste your life,
Waiting for things to go right,
You see me and I see you,
Both of us know what to do,
Yet here i sit and there you wait,
Broken by this cold hard fate,
You run away from all you know,

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