Lucy Gabriel

Lucy Gabriel writes poems about, well, everything.

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Lucy Gabriel is a British poet, whose works have been published in Pantheon Magazine, and Stories of Music Volume 2. She also writes science fiction and fantasy stories as C.L. Holland. https://curiousfictions.com/authors/66-c-l-holland

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Meeting Before Breakfast

Published Jun 28, 2019 · 70 words (1 minute) · 691 views

Humor Satire food workplace humor poetry poem

A poem for anyone who's missed breakfast. Originally published as C.L. Holland.

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My cousin and I made pancakes for breakfast, so we figured since we had a camera, good lighting, fruit and a lot of syrup, we’d have a go at taking a photo like the professionals.

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The Charge of the Lightweights

Published Jun 4, 2019 · 217 words (1 minute) · 900 views

Humor Literary Fiction Satire Drink tennyson poetry parody

Tennyson meets first year university students on a bender. This poem was a finalist in the Wergle Flomp Humor Poetry Contest. Originally published as C.L. Holland.

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Off the Menu

Published May 29, 2019 · 156 words (1 minute) · 603 views

Satire Humor Literary Fiction poetry politics Political brexit

This is an angry poem I wrote in response to Brexit.

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Breakfast 2

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Dare the Waves

Published May 29, 2019 · 99 words (1 minute) · 545 views

Literary Fiction poetry The Sea

"Dare the Waves" was written in a workshop about the sculpture Sea Music, and published in the community anthology.

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Plain English

Published May 21, 2019 · 51 words (1 minute) · 706 views

Humor Literary Fiction Satire poetry language

A poem about saying what you mean. Originally published as C.L. Holland.

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Ode to My Dark Lady

Published May 14, 2019 · 96 words (1 minute) · 925 views

Humor Literary Fiction Satire Shakespeare parody cats poetry

This poem was written in a workshop on parodying Shakespeare. The cat in question is still, seven years later, just as terrible. Originally published as C.L. Holland.

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