"You were three years of water." How deeply this resonates with me. It comes from bittersweet and intimate memories that I go over a lot mentally. I'm certain that anyone who reads those six simple words has their own encounter of a three year affair or event in their life. It doesn't even matter. This very … Continue reading Acknowledgment
I’m proud to say I finally finished reading Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse and this book was worth the time it took reading. The version I read is shown above. Click it or click here to see the book's Barnes & Noble webpage. Although a short book, I found it appropriately fitting for each moment I had time to … Continue reading Book Review: Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse
Take advantage of these free Kindle downloads: bone by Yrsa Daley-Ward salt. & nejma by Nayyirah Waheed I had the wonderful opportunity of downloading salt. when it was free some time ago and fell in love with Ms. Waheed's work. Her piecey poetry was everything my soul needed and didn't even know it. I'm so excited … Continue reading Free on Kindle: Yrsa Daley-Ward & Nayyirah Waheed
For the short poetry lovers, here is a read that you will not regret. I've followed @nayyirah.waheed on Instagram for quite some time without really sharing her wonderful book '.salt' published in 2013. She's very intense yet delicate in her word choice. She's not afraid to speak on the perspectives of people of color. I would … Continue reading Poetry Read: salt.