LETTER

A Year Full of Emotions

90+ stories and poems to read to make you feel alive

Thomas Gaudex
Dec 29, 2019 · 23 min read

The Love I Have For My Brother, The Addict, by Stefani Vader


Why we absolutely must print photographs, by Malinda Meadows


Rester vivant, by Valentin Vieira da Silva


Écrire ou la recherche de la liberté, by Marie M


I Was Absolutely Terrified To Be Pregnant — And There’s No Shame In That, by Michelle Zunter


Why’s a Girl Like You Alone?, by Jessica Brauer


Money is a Game of Hats, by Maggie Beaudett


Letting Go of the Old, by Karen Banting


11 | Père, fils, sain d’esprit, by Raphaël Hennebois


For Erik, by Lucy M


No One Wants To Gather Dust, by Bridget Webber


I Want You to Understand Why Black Mental Health is Taboo, by Tiffany Anderson


Feelings on Tiny Papers, by Agnes Louis


Lavender Lemonade, by Jessica Lovejoy


Piano Playing at Dusk, by Michelle Muses


Why I Use a Pen Name, by Elle Rogers


Why I Want to Share My Story of Sexual Abuse, by Jessica Lovejoy


I love my friends — but I don’t want to see them every day, by Sabine B.


The Simple Therapeutic Impact of Empathy on Our Lives, by Sylvia Wohlfarth


He Asked, “What If I Cheat?”, by Christie Alex Costello, MBA


Why We Need Art, by Daria Krauzo


Should I Be Friends with an Ex?, by Tesia Blake


Belated, by Elle Rogers


Contrast, by Giovanni Sonier


My Every, by Andrew Knott


Summer Night, by Paola Ritucci


How Beautiful am I Now?, by Erica Graham


Des Fantômes, by Maxime Der Nahabédian


Serenity, by Sabine B.


What Shall I Write?, by Annie Shaw


My Little girl!, by Shruti Sinha


7 Days, by Agnes Louis


Stay, by Heather R. Parker


Read To Me, by Austin Briggman


Joint, by Laura Romero


Legend of Her, by Shringi Kumari


Se Souvenir du Ciel, by Valentin Vieira da Silva


We The Millennials, by ZUVA


When We Fight, by Jenny Justice


I Will Only Love You Twice, by Ansel Guarneros


Fatal Funnel, by Trisha Traughber


Wild Heart, by Annie Bell


An Artist, a Dog, and Their Muse, by Joe Pregadio


Because I think I Love You, by Joseph M.


First Frost, by Matthew Donnellon


I Remember, by Lynne Nardizzi


Children of Atoms, by Ash Sturg


Reflexion, by Heather Huffman 💙


The Grieving House, by Sarah E Sturgis


Let’s Dance, by Lorna Ye


Write A Letter To The Darkness, by Annie Shaw


I’m Cold and I Will Always Be, by Abdullah I. Shawaf


A Heart For a Heart, by Leona Brits


Sentences, by D. E. Fulford


Home, by Maymuuna


Broken Walls, by Katia


Who am I?, by Ayushi Goel


Behold the Handmaiden of the Lord, by Jennifer Furner


Everything Is(n’t) Fine, by Carly Sutherland


The Perfect Sunday Afternoon, by Mathushah.S


Today I Give Up, by Joliane Martel


My Soul Was Made for the Rain, by Thomas Plummer


Relentless, by Jesse Wilson


When Someone From Your Past Discovers Your Writing Online, by Jessica Lovejoy


Everyday, by Maeli Santos


I Borrowed Strength, by Sonia Motwani


The Path of Love, by Bella Linda


Numb, by J.D. Harms


This Junction, by Sam Kimberle


First Time, by Michael Keller


The Mystic, by Erika Burkhalter


Mama Was a Green Thumb, by Lee Williams


Coming Back to Where You Started is Not the Same as Never Leaving, by Ana Martins


In An Individualistic Society, by Maymuuna


Aloneness and Loneliness Aren’t the Same Thing, by Bridget Webber


I wish I was still there, by Alice Evergreen


The Red Chamber, by Tapan Avasthi


Emerald Breath, by Kat of Magik


What Love Is, by Elle Rogers


The Miracle of Story, by Lisa Wathen


This Christmas Give the Gift of Reading, by Joanne Roche


Weather Is Always The Same, by Erios De Kir


Paradigms of Change, by Pamela J. Nikodem, MS


Quiet Days, by Mark A. Schrader


The Enigma of Life, by Simran Kankas


Unsolicited Advice, by Shilpa Vijayakumar


Remnants, by Yardena Schwersky


I Love You, and I Don’t Know Why, by John Dahle


Sharing a Starry Sky, by J.W. Parr


La Dolce Far Niente: The Sweetness of Doing Nothing, by Elaine Mead


The Forest, by MARTIN de la FOI


It Was Your Smile that Broke Me, by Mora Mitchell

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Thomas Gaudex

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Stories that matter. Emotion first and foremost.

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