Lowell, MA, USA

Samantha Chhor

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Writing to me is an Art, it is also a form of language that eloquently express and written. Poetry- I feel captures the poet’s memory and it written in styles that engineer how it wants to be expressed. I am interest in how thought formulates word, which formulates language, which formulates how we think. My poems are mostly based on spirituality that struggles within myself against my divinity with my humanity and my philosophy about life in general.
Hope you enjoy them.

Samantha
Lowell, MA, USA

Samantha Chhor

Writing to me is an Art, it is also a form of language that eloquently express and written. Poetry- I feel captures the poet’s memory and it written in styles that engineer how it wants to be expressed. I am interest in how thought formulates word, which formulates language, which formulates how we think. My poems are mostly based on spirituality that struggles within myself against my divinity with my humanity and my philosophy about life in general.
Hope you enjoy them.

Samantha

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