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Teaching My Mother How to Give Birth (Mouthmark) Paperback – December 29, 2011
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There's a simplicity that lives in the lines of her poems, yet so metaphorically deep that it forces you to re-read what you've read for clarity. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kali
An uncomfortable, raw and unnerving set of poetry talking about topics that we hope we never have to go through. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Shoeless
made me reconsider my own sorrows and wish I could write with such simple beauty, a must read for everyonePublished 8 days ago
I'm not a huge reader of poetry but I really liked this book. The verses are full of emotion and reading this was pretty hard but satisfying.Published 10 days ago by Iva
Not sure I have the words to say why I like this chapbook. I love the descriptiveness of her words. I love how she is able to convey such feeling and thoughtfulness. Read morePublished 16 days ago by annieb
Warsan is extremely eloquent. This book is fairly easy to read and, if you've faced issues with your parents, will move you. I'd recommend it to anyone!Published 18 days ago by Tanissa