Eddie Cousins featured on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME!

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Happy Friday, poets and poetry lovers! Yesterday we had a new poetry feature over on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME! Head over and check out Eddie Cousins’ poem “Old Chair”. http://spiltinkpoetry.tumblr.com/post/66301044614/old-chair-by-eddie-cousins

Here’s a little about Eddie:

Edward William Cousins is a poet, musician and lyricist who currently resides in Charlotte NC. Born and raised in Tacoma Washington until 1995. I get inspiration from real life, romance, pain and life’s troubles in general. But at times I love to write about the apocalypse as I see It in my eyes. And a bit of fantasy as well as my southern surroundings. I have no formal training, and have learned over the years through reading and other poets’ work.

 

Eddie Cousins

Eddie Cousins

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