Who Am I?: poems and letters (The Words Matter Series Book 1)

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A viral Who Am I poems and letters The Words Matter Series Book Author Kye Allums is Book Kye Allums Is a well known author some of his books are a fascination for readers

A viral Who Am I?: poems and letters (The Words Matter Series Book 1) Author Kye Allums is Book Kye Allums Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Who Am I?: poems and letters (The Words Matter Series Book 1) book, this is one of the most wanted Kye Allums author readers around the world. . Kye Allums is a 25 year old Black, Queer, Fluid, Trans artist, and athlete In this short book Kye will share poems, and letters that he s written about his relationship with himself, and the people that gave him life parents In 2010, Kye publicly came out and became the first Division I openly transgender athlete in NCAA history.. A viral Book Who Am I?: poems and letters (The Words Matter Series Book 1) This book was a quick read. It is 24 pages of poetry and letters from a black trans man to himself. He has a mother that doesn't accept him for the man he is and he struggles to deal with the pain associated with this. I loved this book because I understand Kye's pain. This book felt like a stab in my chest but it was needed. Sometimes we must confront our pain to grow and learn from it. I look forward to reading more of Kye's work.

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    Kye Allums Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Who Am I?: poems and letters (The Words Matter Series Book 1) book, this is one of the most wanted Kye Allums author readers around the world.

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  • This book was a quick read It is 24 pages of poetry and letters from a black trans man to himself He has a mother that doesn t accept him for the man he is and he struggles to deal with the pain associated with this I loved this book because I understand Kye s pain This book felt like a stab in my chest but it was needed Sometimes we must confront our pain to grow and learn from it I look forward to reading of Kye s work.


  • It s short and reads very mcuh like a personal zine A zine I bought from Which isn t bad or anything, it just took me a moment to get used to And then I liked it.


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