Maydays: Poem – Free Verse – Erin Hanson – “People Are Not Poetry” #Maydays


Thank you to K.L Caley of new2writing for hosting #Maydays prompts. Today’s prompt is about loving your flaws. 

I’m going to cheat a little today. There is this poet, whose poems I often find on Pinterest. She is talented and writes wonderful poems about loving your flaws and being satisfied with who you are. I hope you enjoy this piece by E.H. or Erin Hanson. 

To follow Erin on Instagram go into the link. 




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8 thoughts on “Maydays: Poem – Free Verse – Erin Hanson – “People Are Not Poetry” #Maydays

  1. Lisa Lancaster May 26, 2016 / 10:48 pm

    I’ll need to remember this, when I expect my husband to come out with some undying words of love – you know something like Nicholas Sparks would write. But alas, people are not poetry.

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  2. Michael May 26, 2016 / 11:04 pm

    So true isn’t it, thankfully its what makes us such interesting characters. Thanks for sharing Mandi…

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  3. Fun Simplicity May 27, 2016 / 10:00 am

    Beautiful poem. If I had come across this during my teenage years, I’d print it in extra large paper and paste on my wall for my parents to see. Hahaha. Thanks for sharing. 😄❤️

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    • mandibelle16 May 27, 2016 / 5:39 pm

      Yeah she is great. I saw E.H on all of these poems a while agonandI though Ernest Hemingway wrote these wow. Ameena did a post on one her poems and I found out who Erin Hanson was. Her Instagram is worth following 🙂

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