Robin’s Review of You Might Feel This
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You Might Feel This
by William Thomas Brumley
You Might Feel This by William Thomas Brumley With my first poetry collection, I did not want to over-edit and polish true emotion. I want my words and feelings to translate off the page from when I was writing. I did not want to overthink it. I want my words and feelings to convey naturally. Poetry should not be overly polished. Write what you're feeling in the moment. Do not get bogged down in trying to perfect it. You are what you feel. That is what the following blank pages are for. Write and draw how you feel. The decision lies in your hands alone. Share this book with others if you wish. Write amazing poetry you'd love to share with the world. I want to change the world with our words. Our words can make a difference. As someone who suffers from crippling anxiety. I know writing emotions can help you get a better handle on how you are feeling. Since I started writing poetry, I discovered it is a good way to vent when you have no one else to talk to, or anyone that understands. I want this collection to help you feel something. It might even awaken the poet inside you. I want it to help you through a difficult time you may be enduring. Keep being who you are. Write the next great poem. If you are an artist, draw an amazing picture. These blank pages are your journal and your canvas. Thank you for giving this collection a chance. I hope you enjoy it.
Robin's Review: This is my second book of poetry by this author, and I have to say it was good. More than good it was wonderful and rich with strong heartfelt emotions. These poems captured my heart and soul. I really connected with them. What an emotional journey but it was rewarding. This was what I needed. Thank you, William Thomas Brumley. Thanks so much for an advance review copy of this book. I am voluntarily leaving a review of my personal opinion.
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