Call Me Sonya Grey: A Young Girl's Poems About Death, Life & Adolescence
By Sonya Lloyd
Published by Tribute Books
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Published: May 27, 2009
Words: 3,928 (approximate)
How a young girl used poetry to cope with the death of her mother and the estrangement of her father.
, young adult
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Beginnng with the loss of her mother at age nine, Sonya began collecting her thoughts in 40 poems in a diary from early childhood through her twenties. She describes the daily battles of self-image and self-expression she experienced growing up after the passing of one parent and the estrangement of another. With the death of her mother, Sonya lost a part of everything she had known.
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