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By: Hafsa Abdur-Rahman

Hafsa’s Poems

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In Hafsa’s Poems, readers are invited to delve into the heart of the author’s personal journey with mental health. From the depths of psychosis and depression to the highs of love, fantasy, and identity, these poems explore a wide range of experiences and emotions. Written as a form of catharsis during times of turmoil and mental health crises, these poems offer a window into the mind of the author and the struggles they have faced. Alongside reflections on the pandemic, these poems showcase the power of self-expression and the healing that can be found through the written word.

Hafsa Abdur-Rahman was born in Newport, South Wales. She is half Algerian as well as being predominately Irish. She is a poet who has written about her mental health experiences as well as adding fiction to her poetry.

Her poetry ranges from subjects such as writing about her mental health, and identity. She has also written about reoccurring events about the pandemic and writes about what she is most passionate about.

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