Her by Pierre Alex Jeanty {Book Review}

I’ve always loved reading poetry (except for a short period in high school when we had to work through poetry and it was complicated as hell).

I love writing my own poetry although I doubt I’ll ever had the courage to share it with the world.

I’ve been looking out for modern poetry recently and reading about modern struggles written in poetic form. I started off with Her from Pierre Alex Jeanty and it awakened something inside to keep on working through different works of new-age poets.

Who needs therapy when you have poetry, right?

DISCLAIMER: This review could contain possible spoilers based on my opinions. All opinions and views are my own.

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Originally published: 2017

Pages: 145
Format: E-Book

Thoughts:

This is a wonderful collection of poetry aimed to uplift women of all ages, at different stages of their lives.

The pages contain powerful reminders to women about self-worth, the important of understanding and owning it.

It speaks about being cherished through the good times and the bad, and how important it is to know that you are loved and feel loved.

It captures love from all angles, the beautiful side of it and the ugly side; the one no one wants to experience yet many face. There are poems about yearning for love and acceptance, craving being wanted for who you are and the heartbreak of not being enough no matter what you do.

No matter who you are and where you are in life, you will find poems between the pages that move you.

My Rating:

The book has a rating of 3.91 on GoodReads. I gave it a 4.

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