Life & Love: Volume I Kindle Edition
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Each poem was in fact about life, love and lost, but most importantly the poems express love and possibly some of the things never taught but learnt via experience. Something we can view against our own experiences & actions. The layout of the book is organized in three sections, In Love, Heartbreak and Life. So if you've already read the book and now looking for something specific in the heartbreak section you can travel quickly to it.
In Section I (In Love) there is a poem titled "What if", it's line after line of what ifs. But I was so engrossed in the questions I had to go back and re-read the poem. Then I began to take the questions a step further. Some I turned around and asked myself; what if the questions asked are true?
One question in the poem still have me stumped, what if falling in love didn't have time limits? Wow what if? Does love have limits? If so is this something we can help?
Section II (Heartbreak) there is a poem titled "Forgotten" and it took me back to a time when I had all these thoughts in my head of us drifting. After I finished the poem I noticed above the title is a sentence "Sometimes the mind goes crazy in idleness" wow so true.
Lastly Section III: (Life), this section celebrates the many things in life which can strengthen or weaken a relationship. "You've Been" speaks about a mighty Love, one like no other. One that cleanses, renews and purifies this poem is perfectly placed in this section. Its short but don't miss it.
Overall I enjoyed the poetry and the layout of the book.