Book: Nights under Peach Trees by Tamron Morriscategories: Book, Poems, Love Poetry, Love Poems, Heartbreak Poetry, Heartbreak Poems, Poetry Anthology, Poets, Heartbreak, Poetry Collection, African American Authors, Black Authors, Poetry
Tamron Morrisabout this book: NIGHTS UNDER PEACH TREES is a collection of poetry that shines light on heartbreak and how, at times, it might be hard to cope with the feeling of your heart crumbling. But the book also contains poems about the possibility of moving on from heartbreak, finding joy within yourself, and falling in love with yourself. Keeping faith and finding what you believe in are a huge part of this book because they are things that the author had to learn for herself and that she would like to encourage others to learn.
Among the many lessons the author shares with the reader through the poems in this book, the predominant theme is that your identity in life is made up of much more than merely the sum of your failures. All of us, women and men, deserve the opportunity to forgive ourselves and move on after relationships that did not work out. And the poems in this book are meant to help and inspire you to do so. Whether you are a poetry enthusiast or not, if you have ever experienced relationship heartbreak, then the poems in this book can and will inspire you to understand that heartbreak and move on from it.
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