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    • #93218

      Do you like to write? Poetry, song lyrics, short stories? Why not share? Living includes opening yourself up sometimes. Challenging our comfort zone, expressing our feelings for others to relate to.


      Let’s see what a talented bunch we have here!!!


      Do I write not normally? No I do not, but since 2016 I been writing a lot more about stories about me and life. There has been chats, blogs forums and other ways. I am not a fantastic writer, but I do make my point clear.



    • #91658
      Branwen Drew

      I am new here.  I have been writing poetry for two years since I came out as trans.  My poetry is at Branwen Drew – My Poetry. I have had one poem published in print in an anthology, New York’s Best Emerging Poets 2019: An Anthology.

      Here is my most recent poem, MISSING.

      I missed many things growing up,
      Leaving me with many a hang-up.

      My mother is gone.
      Can’t show her the path I am on.

      No mother-daughter talks.
      No shopping trips and walks.

      I want to talk about fashion with my sister.
      She will not; she still grieves for her brother.

      No senior prom, no slow dance, or first kiss at sixteen.
      No chance to be that beautiful prom queen.

      No corsage pinned on me by a date,
      No slow dance with a handsome classmate.

      Never a bridesmaid and never a bride?
      Am I to be denied?

      Never feel the pains and joys of childbirth,
      Never to feel that worth.

      Never a mother?
      Just a father?

      I see a woman when I look in the mirror;
      And sometimes I wonder, “Is it just a veneer?”

    • #87725

      I have written poetry my whole life . Written poems for eulogies to love ones. Even for my transition and to my therapist. But in order for me to write one ,I must have inspiration to guide me. Then the words just flow.

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    • #53695


      Writers forum and chat group.

      Budding wordsmiths and masters of intrigue

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    • #53692
      Cynthia S

      I love to write and have written about 36 articles and a hundred plus forum topics for CDH over the years-many of which our current members likely haven’t seen since the site has grown so much and the volume of forum posts quickly pushes stuff to the back.. perhaps I can pick some out that someone here MIGHT find helpful or useful.

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    • #53242

      I don’t write poetry or songs or anything substantial, but I am working on a novel.

      I felt the urge to write a story where the good guy doesn’t win in the end!  The reason for this is I have been subjected to corruption in law enforcement and people in authority, and to add, my own family.  So I took the three most corrupt family members and changed their names and put them up for destruction in the story.  It isn’t a quick removal, I give them time to reflect on the hurt they caused, but no time to be sorry for what they’ve done.  The people who have ‘abducted’ them do not work for me, nor did I order it.  But those who did felt bad for what has happened to me and allowed me to face these three to let them know it’s only Karma.

      I’m only on chapter 2, if you are into novels, it takes the right words to set the stage, the scene and a rich amount of drama throughout.  I’m not hoping for a best seller, it’s something I do to ease my pain.  I may be considered the ‘bad guy’ in the story, but I’m actually not that.  I have not truly thought of a title yet, I will consider any suggestions!

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    • #53221
      DeeAnn Hopings

      I’ve had an autobiographical article published in the UK magazine, TransLiving…

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      • #53223

        Hi DeeAnn, that is awsome!! Maybe you could post a paragraph with a link to the full article?



        Stephanie xo

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        • #53235
          DeeAnn Hopings

          Good Day:


          I attempted to yesterday, but just sort of ran out of gas. It was late and I was tired. Will try again today as I think I know what the problem was…

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          • #53270
            DeeAnn Hopings

            Good Day!


            I posted the article under Introductions (DeeAnn from SoCal) as that was my original intention. I think the problem that prevented me earlier was the file size as the resolution was fairly high.

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    • #53184

      I can’t write my dog a letter!!

      • #53230

        I hope you’ll still find something here you enjoy reading 🙂


        Steph xo

    • #53178
      Miss Cloé

      I’ve been told my writing is poetic, but it’s just what’s on my heart and mind usually.

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      • #53179

        That’s exactly what Poetry is best for, Cloe. I would love to hear some of your thoughts put to pen


        Stephanie xo

    • #53173
      Marianne Tornander

      I occasionally write down a poem or a song that comes to my mind. I have published a few in Poet’s corner on CDH as well as an article about being transgender and chronically ill with Parkinson’s disease. I also write on a longer story depicting Marianne’s life and memories from birth to present day. The title of the work is ‘Marianne – The Past and Present Journey of a Transgendered Child’. After seven chapters and some 12 000 words l have just reached the years 2016/2017, when I started coming out to co-workers and family and also join Crossdresser Heaven. There is also a fictional, yet very plausible, epilogue describing Marianne’s last days and departure through the words of the aged story teller, now close to death himself and hoping to rejoin with her in heaven.

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      • #53175

        That sounds amazing, Marianne !! A labour of love, no doubt. I would love to read an excerpt or two if you care to share?



        Stephanie xo

    • #53157

      I am currently writing a multi-chapter saga in which a company has created a transition pill.  As the central character, I answer an ad to this company.  While my desires to change from a man to a woman are innocent enough, sinister forces are at play behind the scenes.  I have written three chapters so far.  The writing is descriptive and includes grapic sex, violence and drama.  The violence is not gratuitous but serves to highlight social issues but also is tied to what the company is doing with the pill and me.  I don’t know if TGH wishes to post stories that include graphic descriptions of sex and violence.

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      • #53258
        Marianne Tornander

        As an editor for TGH articles, though not very active for the moment, I am sorry to inform you that we do not publish any fiction on the site, neither on CDH.

        I recommend you to check up Bigclosetr.us, a web publishing site dedicated to CD and TG fiction, with a broad range of authors and readers.


      • #53164

        Hi Anne, that sounds like it would be an engaging read. As far as content and what is ok to share here, we will have to leave to the powers that be.


        Love to read a snippet !!

        Stephanie xo

    • #53153

      Precious Oddity

      Held to the light, the shadow fades, like the veil of who I was

      Against who I am, and who I want to be

      There’s a tapping at the window, Weeping roses put to words

      Am I missing something, I’m supposed to see?


      My precious Oddity…

      How can time fade, when you make it new

      It’s been so long for me

      I can’t remember a time, I lay in a Lover’s arms

      My precious Oddity… ooo… ooo…


      Unusual Union, where ice meets fire

      Where Truth, is born a fiction

      One part love, one part sorrow

      One part Strange Addiction


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    • #53152

      That is awsome, Lucinda. I just have notebooks filled with jumbled imagery of youth, loss, hope, lessons I’m trying to learn and yes, poems. Some become songs, as I often hear them to music, but there are those that feel more potent left to the written word.


      Whew, that was a lot of typing, lol. Anywho, is there any poetic snippets you would like to share?

    • #53151

      i write on my journal, i have 2 of them one is about loosing my parents and how i deal with it. the other is about my x dressing

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