The story so far…

Looking back over this first, incredible year for The Pearl Exchange, we almost can’t believe how far we’ve come. From our initial fundraising ‘Feasts’, to our live streams in the…

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Food for thought..

BY LILY HOVIL As this apocalyptic time draws to a supposed end and with the threat of returning and reintegrating into reality looming it’s hard not to feel overwhelmed or…

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Coming out in Cornwall

BY GEORGIE HARDING I first came out as a bisexual while at university in Brighton which was very easy in comparison to coming out in Cornwall, my old home. Even…

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An Old Friend

Sent in by: temejos385@ddlre.com Lost upon the waves of bygone memoriesI look back at the white horses of grief crashing in my wake.Without a sail or a direction I drift…

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Each day same, going insane

BY LILY HOVIL Wake up at 9. Oh no its 11am now. It’s okay can try again tomorrow. Stretch, yawn. Repeat. Funny how you can be so tired after doing…

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Short Poem

BY CARA, WHILST OBSERVING YOUNG KITTENS Outside in the open breeze,Watching life and growth before my eyes.So playful, so quiet, so delicate,Clumsy, and innocent, yet learning.Developing understanding, adapting.Yearning for knowledge,…

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Grief is weird.

BY LILY HOVIL As a young person who has experienced grief I thought I would share how I felt and hope my experiences could help someone else. There are many…

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Words

BY BEAU PALIN There are four people who have confronted me to a corner. One is the sea. One is the city. One is the future. And the other is…

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