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She Felt Like Feeling Nothing

From the bestselling author of theWhiskey, Words, and a Shovelseries comes thispoetic reminder of women's strength.There are moments when the heart no longer wishes to feel because everything it's felt up until then has brought it nothing but anguish.InShe Felt Like Feeling Nothing,r.h. Sinpursues themes of self-discovery and retrospection.With this book,the poet intends to create a safe space where women can rest their weary hearts and focus on themselves....

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ISBN : 9781449494254
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 144 pages
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  • Beth

    This is another book in the recent genre I'm calling "Platitudes, NOT POETRY." I get that it's tough being a young person, dealing with finding love, etc. But that is not enough! Where is the musicality of the language? Where is the art made with words? Where is the creativity, originality? Simply typing sentence fragments about emotions IS NOT POETRY! This is juvenile. And honestly, I'm really disheartened that I've read so many "poetry" books like this lately, and that they're popular - you ca ...more

  • Miss

    i'm not trying to be mean but like. we already have rupi kaur and she's better at this? and she's already in the middling quality range of the self-love break up three sentences to call a poem genre

    2.5 stars

  • Sara➽ (Ink Is My Sword)

    2 “The message was powerful.” Stars

    “what happened to your soul

    i see the bruises and the scars

    he never deserved to touch your canvas

    how’d you forget you are art”


    WARNING: it may be triggering for people who are or had been in an abusive relationship.

    Disclaimer: Copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

    the message was powerful

    until the poems started

    being quotes.

    i felt i was reading a self-help book

    full of inspirational messages

    and sometimes the voice of that ...more

  • Guiana

    scene nineteen.

    in you

    are poems

    that aren’t meant

    to be read by everyone




    i honestly didn't

    care much for this

    one

    this was centred around

    a theme that Sin

    writes a lot about,

    a really

    important message

    but it was really hard to

    connect with any of

    the poems and pardon

    me, but i hate detached

    poetry

    there was also

    an abundant

    amount of unnecessary

    line breaks or

    lack of so it was confusing at times so

    i just can't help writing

    my next few reviews

    of his books like

    this

    there was not really

    wordplay or writin ...more

  • Ariana

    1.5 Stars

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd

    *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*

    This is r.h. Sin’s newest collection, and though it was slightly better than Planting Gardens in Graves, it still felt incredibly underwhelming. Once again, my biggest complaint is the repetitiveness of the subject matter. I feel like the more collections I read, the less engaged with the text I become. And I absolutely hate to feel that way because I truly belie
    ...more

  • Sam

    She felt like feeling nothing

    Perhaps that was why she set out

    To write poems about being strong

    and acknowledging that you are deserving of love.

    Some of her poems were impactful,

    brimming with raw emotions

    and thoughts that reverberate

    through poignant imageries and genuine words.

    Yet some, sadly I must say,

    fall short of the high standards

    she set forth for herself

    from the very beginning.

    Some poems have great premises,

    but premises do they all remain,

    a sentence, broken up into a few short lines

    lacking c
    ...more

  • Atiqah Ghazali

    Although it doesn't rhythm, although most of the poems are like quotes on Pinterest, I still like them.

  • Hirdesh

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