A Poem A Day Keeps the Emotions Astray

WRITTEN BY: SKYLA BUONOPANE

If any of you are avid book lovers like myself, you realize that sometimes the best reads don’t always come in the form of a 300-page novel with the same storyline from front cover to back cover. Sometimes, the best reads are those that create a different emotion within your soul on each page- in only a few simple lines or stanzas. Each line is a story within itself, and each page leaves you with tears of joy, heartbreak, or a sense of familiarity. Poem books are actually some of my favorite books to read because I know that I can flip to a random page and it’s as if the writer knows exactly what I need to hear at that exact moment.

These four poem books below contain the raw emotion that every person needs to feel a connection to at some point. Even if that just means going to your nearest Barnes & Noble, and simply opening a few pages of these poems to judge their quality for yourself. However, out of the mounds of poem books I have read in my lifetime, none have affected me as much as these four.  Nor were any of my poetry book purchases as worth it, moneywise. There’s somehow a poem to accompany every life experience in each of these little paper treasures.  

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EIGHTEEN YEARS- MADISEN KUHN

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WHISKEY, WORDS, AND A SHOVEL III- R.H SIN

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2 AM THOUGHTS- MAKENZIE CAMPBELL

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THE SUN AND HER FLOWERS- RUPI KAUR

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Now that 2018 has begun, it’s the perfect time to get your hands on these reads for the year ahead. A few new, and absolutely amazing reads that will ultimately become your best friend in these next few winter months.

What are some of your favorite poetry books to read? Let us know in the comments below or on social media!

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