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Hey guys! I'm a 17-year-old spoken word artist from Toronto Ontario, Canada trying to change the world one poem at a time. I'm always writing and I have so many poems that I will be posting soon. I do it for the cause, not the applause. Please check out my YouTube channel: hannahfloresthepoet and subscribe for more updates on my poetry short films and new projects I'm working on! My poems focus on race, gender, mental health, love, immigration and, in my most recent poem: "If The World Was A Movie," finding hope amidst this global pandemic. I hope to encourage more young writers to find their voice and realize that what they have to say is important!


May 2, 2020

PROMPT: Pocket Poem

A poem by Hannah Flores

My mother taught me 
Fruits of labour are so sweet
My hands bled to pick the fruit

I have never tasted them.


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  • mia_:)

    This is a really powerful poem! Great work!

    about 1 year ago
  • WhispersOfGray

    Bittersweet. This is beautiful.

    about 1 year ago