3 Poetry Books To Help Mend A Broken Heart

 


Down below are three poetry books that can help you when you are mending a broken heart and trying to find the will to move forward.

The Princess Saves Herself In This One by Amanda Lovelace

Clues to describe this book: Love, Grief, Healing, Female Empowerment

Review: The Princess Saves Herself In This One explores various aspects of life: love, loss, grief, healing, empowerment, and inspirations. The poems are extremely personal and moving. I immediately fell in love with Amanda’s emotional and powerful writing style. She has such a way of stringing words together that it hits home for you. This is a must read if you would like to read poems to empower and inspire you.

This Is How It Starts by Dawn Lanuza

Clues to describe this book: Heartache, Letting Go, New Love, Self-Love

Review: This is How It Starts by Dawn Lanuza kind of reminds of a less intense version Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur. This poetry collection dives into mending a broken heart, letting go of a future that was once planned, finding new love, and learning to love oneself. Dawn’s words are not only comforting to someone who is experiencing heartbreak, but also gives you this positive hope that everything will eventually be okay through TLC. Her way with words are impactful and leave you wanting more. I would recommend this book to anyone whose heart is hurting and needs kind positive words to help move forward.

Letting Go Is An Acquired Taste by Christina Hart

Clues to describe this book: Past Love, Moving On, Bitter Sweet, Realizations

Review: Letting Go Is An Acquired Taste is a must read when you are going through a breakup. This poetry collection reminds you to let go of past lovers or of lovers who are not right for you and to move forward. Christina’s writing style is refreshing and is painfully relatable. Her words comfort you and remind you that you are not alone in suffering the aftermath of ending a relationship. Her positive uplifting words are reassuring and make you think about your own life. Though this is a short read, it’s worth it and you’ll be glad you picked it up.

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