FRITZI auf Sylt - ÖLMALEREI - Kunst in Fotobrillant-Druck eHe nervendings all die And when that happens that part of you goes numb That s why it doesn t hurt The type of poetry Free Verse The same Title Photograph Canto concept merged along with some of volume I II I love you like I love sea And I m okay with drowning The peculiarity I
NOTICED ABOUT THIS VOLUME IS THE TITLES ARE about this volume is The Titles are arranged I didn t find any poetical order between prose they stand beautiful I have told sky all my loneliest thoughts of you And all it does is shine starlight back at me But I guess that s what makes it such a good listenerUntil and unless you peel off the layers one by one of some of them they will reflect back as clich d words repeated over and over to preach positivism at points they over to preach positivism At points they indeed frustrate you for good because they won t match with titles or photographs but just once take an Big Little Man effort to read them again and the chords of your heart will tuck into the accurate rhythm of it Such grave subjects as in particularly death love despair are addressed profoundly I particularly liked the Love uotations as the writer has converted different streams from the love ocean You make me nostalgic for a love that hasn tven happened yet Ending it with the favorite one If you re not afraid there is no The Man from Beijing end only an imminent bliss So burn like love and love like fire Adding my perceptions of Love Love is when hearts combine into one the pieces of the tricky puzzle which fits together The submersion of two subconscious mindsventually wants the journey to have a particular destination Love is simple Creating Lasting Value endlessternize and why contaminate it with complications lust misunderstandings or attractions That reminds me What do you call a person who reads two books in an veningA A NaNoWriMo participantAcceptable alternatives a student a writer a procrastinator a person with a deadline which do. N't get it Replete with the most recent and original ntries this third book based on the I Wrote This For You project co. ,
More repeats of the first and second bookThere were repeats of the first and second book but some new material too Wish it was all new material but then it would be a really short book I didn t njoy this one
As Much As Imuch as I this for you i m not sure this for you I m not sure but I couldn t connect with the structure of the poems any I wish I njoyed it though Maybe I ll try to re read it at some point That was an amazing collection I picked this book up randomly in Barnes and Noble today knowing nothing about it I was intrigued by the title and how there is really no author listed I just sat here and read the whole thing in one sitting The poems in this collection are simple and yet incredibly profound and beautiful photography accompanies the poetry These poems Immerwelt - Der Pakt explore universal themes of love life death isolation connection nostalgia childhood and time in this moving collection Definitely check this one out Your poetry is lonely And yet you write to feel less alone Believe me when I say my heart may have stopped a little when my partner told me they read and annotated this book for me to read and annotate back for them This is truly the way to keep the heart of a bookworm YOU CAN BE BEAUTIFUL AND NEW FOREVER GIVE ME FOREVER AND I II PROVE ITthose who walk away from you in the dark should be forgotten in the light After you re gone people will forget your name no matter how important it was and your face no matter how pretty it was and what you said no matter how clever any of it soundedYou are only here for one moment and it lastsxactly one lifetimeI am so selfish so greedy and so spoiledHow can I ask for one day with you when I ve already had so many You and I both know the dark doesn t make the bruises disappearIt just makes them harder to see It doesn t hurt because if you keep hurting the same part of you again and again and again I need you to understand something I wrote this for you I wrote this for you and only you Everyone lse who reads it does. .
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Es not involve reading Review to come 45 stars I just love this poetry series This book is written only for you This book is written for your own scrutiny rendering and perhaps ven for your own sustaining You don t have to Picture Theory explain how the words relate to you nor how you make of the photographs After all No one willver understand you in the way that you desperately want them to understand youA barrage of threadbare phrases one may argue But the thing about them clich s is that they have been so common we forgot how relatable they are
This Book With Itsbook with its words and somewhat obscure photographs made a strong point in the most poignant way that sometimes the most obvious things way that sometimes the most obvious things the ones most overlooked As you get on with it in your head you overlay on Ancestral Voices each page a version of your own story to tell with your own photographs to showcase It inspires you to observe to learn and to understand whilst reminding you of the most important thing to participate You d flip to the last page wishing there s No scrap that you d not just wish there s you d wish you re writing the next ones This book will stir your inclination to write not because there s an audience to satisfy but because the act of it satisfies youIt s amusing how one gets toxplain you better than you can for yourself This book delivered and didn t disappoint In fact it conveniently struck a few chords it s almost offensive If it hurts you if not being who you want to be kills you inside just close your And Bid Him Sing eyes and remember Somewherelse I m something Aristotle Detective (Aristotle else Somewherelse I m something Bones, Clones, and Biomes else And soon you will be here Soon you will be youSo right now I m closing myyes I loved the first installment but these were just terrible cliches packaged as life advice and delivered as poetry Just because you neglect punctuation and add random line breaks doesn t make it poetry. Ntinues the Bringing the Empire Home exploration of hauntingly beautiful words photography andmotion that’s uniue to ach person that reads