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Our Top 5 Picks On Poetry!

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There is always something about poetry isn’t it? The creative, and careful construction of words that engulf you and make you feel all jelly inside? We know exactly what you mean!

So if you’re in the need for good poetry, something that’s easy to comprehend, but not so easy to digest?
Then this is definitely a must-read for you!

Check out our top picks on poetry below!

 

1. Memories by Lang Leav

Leav has undoubtedly won the hearts of many. She has a way of putting her thoughts and imagination, with the right amount of emotion in every line she creates. Definitely a good pick for girl’s who are in love, have been in love, and looking for love.

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Currently, Leav has published four books, Love & Misadventure, Lullabies, Memories, and The Universe of Us. Her fourth book, Sad Girls is due for release end of 2016.

 

2. Dirty, Pretty Things by Michael Faudet

Faudet has captured the hearts of many readers all over the world with his creative and erotical style of writing. His work allows you to explore the  many realms of love, loss and lust. Alongside Leav, it is no doubt how they make a very creative power couple. 

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3. A Lover’s Dictionary by David Levithan

This book is definitely unique as it is exactly like a dictionary. It comprises of words starting from A-Z that describes love, relationships, emotions and solidarity. Although being a dictionary for love, I like the way Levithan made it a good story line and increased my vocabulary!

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4. Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

Rupi Kaur first self-published this book of hers in November 2013 and it instantly became a bestseller. Milk and Honey unravels the experiences of violence, love, loss and feminism. It brings you on a journey of heartache and happiness in each chapter.

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5. Salt by Nayyirah Waheed

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Waheed has a profound ability to create three sentences that make you experience a 100 paged novel. Her books describe the joy, pain, hardship, community, language and multiple identities. Her work has definitely been a revolutionary piece for readers.

 

Well, there you have it! Share with us what you think about these amazing pieces in the comments below 🙂

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