A Poem For 2021

Every year, I write an end-of-the-year poem. I hope 2021 was good to you. At the very least, I hope it wasn’t all bad. And I hope you have grown and laughed and loved and cried and been as ferociously you as is humanly possible. Happy New Year, everyone.

2021

this year has made me feel

as if I’ve aged a decade

Blogger | Poet | Freelancer | Ultra Runner IG: @mcmountain email: sarahrose.writer@gmail.com

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Sarah McMahon

Sarah McMahon

Blogger | Poet | Freelancer | Ultra Runner IG: @mcmountain email: sarahrose.writer@gmail.com

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