People need air to live, I need coffee. I love the color orange, and I hate being politically correct or censored.

Umm...what else...

I'm married to @markm2684 and I'm a mommy to our beautiful daughter Lulu. Always in love and always lucky to have my best friend as my hubby and to have an amazing baby girl. 

Wattpad: I do critiques, but I'm not always available long enough to give good critiques, but I do as much as I can.

Thank gosh, I think I'm done with the "about me" thingy.

My other account for short stories, essays, and books:  @un_censor. 

Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.---Anton Chekhov

I appreciate all the support.
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9 Published Works

Featured work.


Social data: 86 reads. 10 votes. 8 comments.

Description: Tasting the bad till the last drop.

Other Works by poieo_arbil.
Laundry Rain

Laundry Rain

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Rinse cycle on a rainy day.

Paper Cuts

Paper Cuts

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Love truly makes you blind. We all have to live with our choices, but not forever if we choose not to...



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Assortment of poetry for contests.

n a p k i n s

n a p k i n s

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A collection of poetry over the years. Just "napkin" writings (short and random thoughts)

Honestly, when will it end? How does it look that us Americans are being dictated by another country on something so little as what to watch? If we are willing to bend over for that without the KY, what's next? It makes us weak and even worse we look weak to other countries. 

And might I add N. Korea made a clip of America being wiped off the map by a nuclear bomb. But that's okay, I guess. 

Who cares if N. Korea got their feelings hurt over a comical movie. Boo hoo.
poieo_arbil commented on A Head on Such Young Shoulders

I know good poetry when I see it and yours never disappoint.

I know how you feel. It's hard to write anything when you don't have raging hormones. My older poetry surprises me still though. I don't know why because it's not really good, but there's always a couple of lines and it's like, "whoa, I can't believe I wrote that...it is really good."