Book Review: The World Through Real Eyes - Real World Inspired Poetry by Headstrongcategories: Book, Poems, Art, Real Life, Inspire, Short Stories, Poetry
Headstrongabout this book: The World Through Real Eyes is a collection of poems inspired by everyday struggles. I wanted to write it in such a way that anyone, everyone could relate and not feel as if they were the only ones going through the worlds everyday trials and tribulations. It's written simple so you get the message right away but the more you think about it the more you wonder and ask questions of yourself. In this book, I have taken everyday feelings from my life dealing with depression, bipolar disorder, multiple sclerosis, and Marfan's syndrome and channeled them into words. I also write about my life after a divorce and the ups and downs of dealing with an ex for the sake of taking a productive role in your child's life. I talk too about life without a father and how my mother has always been there for me and never led me astray, and the struggles we faced in life with her not only as a single parent but also as a lesbian before it was socially accepted.
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Everyone Can RelateThe book is great. True life situations turned into artistry. Knowing your not alone and that someone else is going through the same scenario or worse makes you look at your situations a little brighter. [by Ellie]
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