A Poem When Broken.

Via Lauren Hanna
on Nov 3, 2012
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each night I’ll sleep a minute longer –

another inch of healing away from you,


i’ll talk a good game until my eyes can close –

then tiptoe around the thought of you,


on a couch –

whispering about your closed doors that couldn’t open,


or wouldn’t –

no matter what gust of love blew.



Editor: Bryonie Wise

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About Lauren Hanna

Lauren Hanna, E-RYT 200, MSS Candidate, is a social worker by day and yoga ninja by night. It was in Pittsburgh that she first discovered the thrill of yoga and her love for social welfare and animal rescue work. With her cats Lotus and Calia in tow, Lauren hopes to someday combine her love for yoga and animal welfare with her career as a social worker. Lauren likes to dream a lot about saving the world – one puppy, kitten and human at a time. Lauren also loves cobblestone streets, arts & crafts, action movies and writing books with her Grandmother. If she had a billion dollars she'd probably spend it all here. Follow her @laurenfoste.


One Response to “A Poem When Broken.”

  1. Andy says:

    I appreciate Lauren Hanna. I hope she will surely gain success in her all kind of loving work specially in writing book. I can see talent into her. SO best of luck.
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