Review: Wild Flowers: A Powerful Poetry Collection of Love, Loss, Healing, and Depression by Michelle Smith

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Published: November 1, 2018

Author: Michelle Smith

94 Pages


renovations of my spirit 
started and stopped 
replanned without warning 
i have been formed and broken 
molded and smelted 
crumbled and built up 
torn and sewn again 
yet my cornerstone remains 
my foundation is not shook 
no matter how often 
i must be repainted 


This Raw and Powerful Poetry Collection is an explosion of Survival, Depression, Self-discovery and Sexuality 

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In the last six months or so I have discovered a new love for poetry. To say I was excited when Ms. Smith reached out to me with the opportunity to read Wild Flowers would be an understatement. If you enjoy works such as Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey or The Sun and Her Flowers, you will enjoy Wild Flowers.

As I read, I took screenshots and saved lines that spoke to me deeply. I’d love to share some of those with you now.

I found myself craving more and could not believe I had reached the end quite as quickly as I did. Wild Flowers is next to impossible to put down. It is a quick, but extremely emotional, read. I recommend to anyone looking for their next poetic read.

My Overall Rating: ★★★★★

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