A World Of Hurt Saying
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Author: Sahil Shokeen
Publisher: Sahil Shokeen
Release Date: 2019-04-29
Love is seldom what you hope it to be. Two people meet, two people greet, some mistakes are made in a moment of heat. Feelings are born and spirits are high, in a second the other leaves saying goodbye. This book is a collection of 56 poems going through 8 stages that depict the story of a person falling foolishly in love with someone who eventually leaves them alone and broken, running off with somebody else. Taking you on a journey through a confused mix of emotions, the author brings out the feelings and reflections of any person who has been hurt by love and loss of it. Scarred by betrayal, living in a world of pain.
Author: Avis Chilton
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date: 2017-09-13
"Forget about those who have hurt you, once you have learned what they have taught you." This is an interactive journal with 47 Inspirational Quotes and 48 beautiful view photos designed to help us nurture our self-motivation. Let us appreciate the world around us and achieve our dreams. This appealing full-color book is a perfect gift giving. Inspirational Quotes, Writing down notes, Jotting down thoughts, Color, 6 x 9 in.
Author: Ada Limón
Publisher: Milkweed Editions
Release Date: 2022-05-10
An astonishing collection about interconnectedness—between the human and nonhuman, ancestors and ourselves—from National Book Critics Circle Award winner and National Book Award finalist Ada Limón. “I have always been too sensitive, a weeper / from a long line of weepers,” writes Limón. “I am the hurting kind.” What does it mean to be the hurting kind? To be sensitive not only to the world’s pain and joys, but to the meanings that bend in the scrim between the natural world and the human world? To divine the relationships between us all? To perceive ourselves in other beings—and to know that those beings are resolutely their own, that they “do not / care to be seen as symbols”? With Limón’s remarkable ability to trace thought, The Hurting Kind explores those questions—incorporating others’ stories and ways of knowing, making surprising turns, and always reaching a place of startling insight. These poems slip through the seasons, teeming with horses and kingfishers and the gleaming eyes of fish. And they honor parents, stepparents, and grandparents: the sacrifices made, the separate lives lived, the tendernesses extended to a hurting child; the abundance, in retrospect, of having two families. Along the way, we glimpse loss. There are flashes of the pandemic, ghosts whose presence manifests in unexpected memories and the mysterious behavior of pets left behind. But The Hurting Kind is filled, above all, with connection and the delight of being in the world. “Slippery and waddle thieving my tomatoes still / green in the morning’s shade,” writes Limón of a groundhog in her garden, “she is doing what she can to survive.”