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Recommendations? | Poetry

I've been wanting to read more poetry lately, and it's one of my favorite genres so I'm kinda always wanting to read more of it, so I thought I'd ask you guys what poetry books/collections you'd recommend. I don't really have any sort of preference though I do prefer more modern poetry to classical poetry.… Continue reading Recommendations? | Poetry

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Review: Time Capsule by Ideas With Ink

Summary: A collection of poetry written by a 16-year-old teenager throughout his younger years as well as his unfiltered thoughts on everything from love, heartbreak, and fear of what may come in one's future. Genre: Poetry     Page Length: 101 (ebook/Kindle) 188 (paperback) Publish Date: April 7th, 2017 My Thoughts: Poetry is one of… Continue reading Review: Time Capsule by Ideas With Ink

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Review: Writers Writing Dying: Poems by C.K. Williams 

Summary: a collection of random poems by Williams regarding life lessons, family, career, and random philosophies about life. Genre: Poetry Page Length: 80 Published: October 2012 Going to skip the usual pros and cons and just write a general paragraph about this one: I only enjoyed about two poems from this entire book. A lot… Continue reading Review: Writers Writing Dying: Poems by C.K. Williams 

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Book Review: Snow by Maxence Fermine

So rare is a book that both delicately and forcefully enchants the reader into a world that they do not dare want to flee from. Snow was unlike anything I have ever read before. It is a very short book, filled with only 100 pages of free-verse poems, dialogue, and profound storytelling, though the way… Continue reading Book Review: Snow by Maxence Fermine

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Book Review: Mind, Body, And Soul Of A Teenage Intellect By Shanet Outing

Let's jump right to it! Shanet Outing's Mind, Body, And Soul Of A Teenage Intellect is a deep, moving, and beautiful collection of poetry that covers the day-to-day aspects of the author's life while she was in her teen years. Even though it's only about 180 pages, I read through the poems swiftly and was never… Continue reading Book Review: Mind, Body, And Soul Of A Teenage Intellect By Shanet Outing

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Book Review: Bitter Sweet Love By Michael Faudet

*Bitter Sweet Love Goodreads Synopsis* Oh, man. I LOVE poetry. I know that it's not a literary genre for everyone, but I love everything about it. Especially free verse poetry. There's something so majestic, so raw, so simple about it that makes me want to read any and all of it I can get my… Continue reading Book Review: Bitter Sweet Love By Michael Faudet

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13 Book Quotes That Perfectly Describe Heartbreak

Falling in love is always the easy part. It's exciting, it's scary, and it can be wonderfully life-changing. Though if you give your heart to someone who's not worthy of taking care of it the way it should be cherished, the aftermath can be a pain all its own.   1. “Indeed — why should I not… Continue reading 13 Book Quotes That Perfectly Describe Heartbreak

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Book Review: A Light In The Attic By Shel Silverstein

I just finished Silverstein’s 1981 collection of poems, A Light In The Attic about thirty minutes ago and I am convinced that I loved this one a tad bit more than Where The Sidewalk Ends (which was released 7 years prior to ALITA, in 1974). The main reason being was that this one included poems… Continue reading Book Review: A Light In The Attic By Shel Silverstein

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Book Review: A Night Without Armor By Jewel

“I’m becoming more and more myself with time. I guess that’s what grace is. The refinement of your soul through time.” ~ Jewel I absolutely love poetry. I love reading it even more. Oblivious to the fact that singer and songwriter Jewel had released her own book of poetry, A Night Without Armor, once I… Continue reading Book Review: A Night Without Armor By Jewel

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Book Review: Where the Sidewalk Ends: The Poems And Drawings Of Shel Silverstein By Shel Silverstein

I have long been a huge lover of all things poetry, and I have yet to read a book, or collection of poems that I did not enjoy wholeheartedly. Shel Silverstein’s Where the Sidewalk Ends, proved to be no different for me. I had the honor of spotting the 40 year collector’s edition, as seen… Continue reading Book Review: Where the Sidewalk Ends: The Poems And Drawings Of Shel Silverstein By Shel Silverstein