Book: Sixty Poems for Sixty Days of Heartbreak by Cali Buremcategories: Book, Love, Heartbreak, Moving on, Holding on, Breakup, Poems, Uplifting, Poetry
Cali Buremabout this book: There's words we want to tell someone we loved once. Words that are angry, gushing, full of regret, full of gratitude... The poems in this book represent the translated feelings of the aches, the joys, the crushing unhappiness and the letting go of a love lost.
Written in random stages of grief, testimony to the way some days are better than others, these poems represent sixty days of messages to a person who may never ever see them.
This book is as much for myself and the ones I have loved as it is now for everyone who reads it.
A few excerpts:
"Today all I did was breathe and it was the hardest thing I ever had to do."
"Your words speak all manner of weaponry into being and I keep them all in so I don't bleed."
"Stop throwing yourself at people who only throw you back."
This book is an ode to friends and to hopefuls, to family and to myself.
I hope it resonates with people.
I hope it makes you feel.
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