In Natalia Quiros Edmunds' poem, mascara and chocolate cover up the empty spaces of the heart.
Fahad Al-Amoudi's (Insert Label Here) for Thorn: Unbound explores the ideas of navigating otherness, living in grey areas in between and finding that maybe the English language isn't enough after all.
Sheehan Quirke reflects on being able to chase dreams and be unafraid.
In this poem, Rhiannon Morris writes poignantly about authorities' refusal to help those in need and strangers passing by.
'I will take her away by the break of the next dawn' – a mother, spurred by the growth of her young daughter, is reminded of her own marriage as a child. A story by Prishanti Pathak.
In this poem, Amber Kennedy writes about how a simple smile between strangers can affect and uplift.
In the third part of Millennials, Sheehan Quirke writes about putting things off until tomorrow.