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Jack Kerouac meets Arthur Rimbaud for the millennial generation. A debut poetry collection from LA-based Australian writer, singer, songwriter Cody Simpson who has penned hit songs and toured worldwide for the majority of his young life. Conjuring vivid imagery and drawing from the four elements: earth, air, fire, and water, Prince Neptune presents poems and prose on themes Jack Kerouac meets Arthur Rimbaud for the millennial generation. A debut poetry collection from LA-based Australian writer, singer, songwriter Cody Simpson who has penned hit songs and toured worldwide for the majority of his young life. Conjuring vivid imagery and drawing from the four elements: earth, air, fire, and water, Prince Neptune presents poems and prose on themes of life, love, fame, escapism, environmentalism, with an overarching narrative of nature as a nod to the author's passion for the earth and the environment. Simpson’s poetry combines themes of freedom and the ocean with the wisdom of an old soul.


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Jack Kerouac meets Arthur Rimbaud for the millennial generation. A debut poetry collection from LA-based Australian writer, singer, songwriter Cody Simpson who has penned hit songs and toured worldwide for the majority of his young life. Conjuring vivid imagery and drawing from the four elements: earth, air, fire, and water, Prince Neptune presents poems and prose on themes Jack Kerouac meets Arthur Rimbaud for the millennial generation. A debut poetry collection from LA-based Australian writer, singer, songwriter Cody Simpson who has penned hit songs and toured worldwide for the majority of his young life. Conjuring vivid imagery and drawing from the four elements: earth, air, fire, and water, Prince Neptune presents poems and prose on themes of life, love, fame, escapism, environmentalism, with an overarching narrative of nature as a nod to the author's passion for the earth and the environment. Simpson’s poetry combines themes of freedom and the ocean with the wisdom of an old soul.

30 review for Prince Neptune: Poetry and Prose

  1. 5 out of 5

    Eliza Howard

    Okay so I got this book off netgalley and my god I’m so glad I didn’t pay anything for it.. this book screams to me that the author is trying too hard, poor use of English and extremely cringy.. I saved a few examples to illustrate how bad it was.. Page 33: a poem about him getting a hard on at the beach from staring at some stranger Page 79: “milky crotch” (not I visual that I wanted) Page 86: “take off your clothes for I MUST see you NOW” The poems often talk about women and is extremely sexuali Okay so I got this book off netgalley and my god I’m so glad I didn’t pay anything for it.. this book screams to me that the author is trying too hard, poor use of English and extremely cringy.. I saved a few examples to illustrate how bad it was.. Page 33: a poem about him getting a hard on at the beach from staring at some stranger Page 79: “milky crotch” (not I visual that I wanted) Page 86: “take off your clothes for I MUST see you NOW” The poems often talk about women and is extremely sexualised in a really creepy way. There’s a difference between writing poetry that expresses desire for women and then passages that indicate that he is entitled to their bodies etc. not a fan of how a lot of the poems came across. Sexist and almost misogynistic at times. Also uses a bunch of big words that kind of ruin the poems cause he’s like trying to sound smarter but it just sounds stupid?? Seems like he had a thesaurus out while writing to find words that sounded more poetic which left me editing the work in my head while I read which was a nightmare.. I totally judged this book by its cover thinking it would be great, but if you turn it over, the back cover is an author photo of him as a cowboy and honestly looks like some mills and boon book front cover which is kinda creepy as an author photo and basically sums up the creepy experience I had reading it

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kylie Psaila

    I received a digital advanced reader copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was such a disappointing book and a time waster too. I am trying to come up with something good to say but honestly, I can't think of any! It has no flow whatsoever. He used words that could have been either eliminated or changed into simpler words. I personally think that he was trying too much and forcing out words. The majority of the poems barely made any sense at all. I'm sorry but that I received a digital advanced reader copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was such a disappointing book and a time waster too. I am trying to come up with something good to say but honestly, I can't think of any! It has no flow whatsoever. He used words that could have been either eliminated or changed into simpler words. I personally think that he was trying too much and forcing out words. The majority of the poems barely made any sense at all. I'm sorry but that is what I think of this book, I absolutely do not recommend it!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alisa

    O boy,where to begin... There were a couple of poems in the beginning that I liked,but everything else just was not working. After every other poem I would catch myself thinking "What is he even talking about?", because seriously what is he talking about? Where would be some pretentious line about the universe and our place in it and in the next line he would get a hard on. A pretentious line about meditation and being present and in the next line "semen sprawled on trees". There was no comment O boy,where to begin... There were a couple of poems in the beginning that I liked,but everything else just was not working. After every other poem I would catch myself thinking "What is he even talking about?", because seriously what is he talking about? Where would be some pretentious line about the universe and our place in it and in the next line he would get a hard on. A pretentious line about meditation and being present and in the next line "semen sprawled on trees". There was no comment theme to the poems, no beauty in the words. And most of the time I could not make sense of it. Another great example:"We may wear different clothes but we wear the same sun". How the hell do you wear a sun exactly? This poetry collection sadly did not work for me. Thank you to Netgalley for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Simp Patrol

    prince neptune, i loved this book. as a fellow simp, i really related to your poetry as i too sit in coffee shop hungover reading with woman. you inspire me because your Obfuscate eyes are so beautiful. the words you use to talk about the world are simply Quid Pro Quo. miley is so lucky to have a real man like you. xxox simp patrol

  5. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    I received an advanced reader copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers. This wasn't the greatest book of poetry I've ever read but it had some potential in some of the poems. There wasn't much of a spark to this book which I found disappointing as apart from afew of the poems, the book fell flat for me. I received an advanced reader copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers. This wasn't the greatest book of poetry I've ever read but it had some potential in some of the poems. There wasn't much of a spark to this book which I found disappointing as apart from afew of the poems, the book fell flat for me.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Horton

    Let me preface this by saying I am largely ignorant of Cody Simpson’s existence and stumbled upon his writing online. I liked what I saw so I thought ah what the hell - I have an amazon gift card and poetry is a good place to spend it. What worked on Instagram didn’t transfer to this published book - Yikes. 90% of the poems seemed to be emulating what he thinks poetry should be. I felt his voice to be largely absent from this book - instead the pages are filled with wandering thoughts of society Let me preface this by saying I am largely ignorant of Cody Simpson’s existence and stumbled upon his writing online. I liked what I saw so I thought ah what the hell - I have an amazon gift card and poetry is a good place to spend it. What worked on Instagram didn’t transfer to this published book - Yikes. 90% of the poems seemed to be emulating what he thinks poetry should be. I felt his voice to be largely absent from this book - instead the pages are filled with wandering thoughts of society in general which unsurprisingly are a mere reflection of his celebrity status which failed to communicate any sort of new perspective. That was a long run on sentence - good thing this Australian surfer boy has introduced some shallow water with this book - now I can take a breath and move on with my life. Oof

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey

    From Netgalley in an exchange for an honest review. I found this to be both boring and didn't get very much out of it. From Netgalley in an exchange for an honest review. I found this to be both boring and didn't get very much out of it.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Miki

    3 stars. I think it’s hard to rate a poetry collection as each poem serves to broaden the readers knowledge of new concepts. I initially bought this because, one I liked the colour and title of the book, it’s all very aesthetic, and two when I read it in the store it seemed so outlandish and bad but kind of funny in a wannabe philosophical way that I just decided to go for it. I’m actually surprised with how many poems/ lines I tabbed but it’s generally the ones that are short and contain imager 3 stars. I think it’s hard to rate a poetry collection as each poem serves to broaden the readers knowledge of new concepts. I initially bought this because, one I liked the colour and title of the book, it’s all very aesthetic, and two when I read it in the store it seemed so outlandish and bad but kind of funny in a wannabe philosophical way that I just decided to go for it. I’m actually surprised with how many poems/ lines I tabbed but it’s generally the ones that are short and contain imagery that I really like. This collection of poems and prose by Cody Simpson mainly focuses on the aesthetics of the environment, existentialism, capitalism, the haziness of Hollywood life, drugs, sex, the ocean and spirituality. It definitely wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be but it wasn’t the best poetry out there, which to be honest is kind of disappointing since the author is a renowned song writer/ artist. A lot of the poems about “a woman” just made me think of Miley Cyrus which he probably was writing about her but that’s annoying. Poetry is supposed to be subjective you know.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Milam

    I was interested to read a book of poems from a person from my age group in modern society. Many of the reviews on here are quite harsh, and I don’t think his poems are terrible by any means. He is a wonderful lyricist, and even has some of his songs lyrics in his book. These are some of his best parts, where he keeps the words soft and lovely. However, there are poems in here that have some crude meanings and some words are used that seem out of place, and I don’t care for those personally. One I was interested to read a book of poems from a person from my age group in modern society. Many of the reviews on here are quite harsh, and I don’t think his poems are terrible by any means. He is a wonderful lyricist, and even has some of his songs lyrics in his book. These are some of his best parts, where he keeps the words soft and lovely. However, there are poems in here that have some crude meanings and some words are used that seem out of place, and I don’t care for those personally. One review says he doesn’t seem to have any themes in his poems. I disagree. Many of them are love poems or the struggle between earthly pleasures and mental awareness and asceticism. Here are themes I believe he focuses on: - dualism - battle between asceticism and earthly pleasures - freedom and ecstasy of the mind - urge to love and explore nature - romance - Greek mythology - ego and false glories - mental awareness and meditation - unity of peoples - government corruption and the failure of society Personally, I do not agree with some of his beliefs or ideologies, I was intrigued by his style on many poems and prose as well as his use of figurative language.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ding Dong

    It's like he got drunk and read 50 Shades and Robert Frost and went "fukk ittt i can do this m rich I do wha eva I want" and spit that out. Ugh also I I did some high level stalking and discovered he and Miley are quarantined together at her place. She needs to bang some sense into him so he’s never horny again and I NEVER have to read something so unpleasant. Good lord It's like he got drunk and read 50 Shades and Robert Frost and went "fukk ittt i can do this m rich I do wha eva I want" and spit that out. Ugh also I I did some high level stalking and discovered he and Miley are quarantined together at her place. She needs to bang some sense into him so he’s never horny again and I NEVER have to read something so unpleasant. Good lord

  11. 4 out of 5

    Emma☀️

    This poetry collection was okay. I found the style to be too flowery and over-the-top. It was difficult for me to understand the hidden meanings and metaphors. Using simpler language would have made the poems more effective. Because of that, I could not connect to the poems emotionally and felt confused most of the time. Some of the poems did not make any sense and this decreased my enjoyment level. Overall, this collection fell flat for me. ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange This poetry collection was okay. I found the style to be too flowery and over-the-top. It was difficult for me to understand the hidden meanings and metaphors. Using simpler language would have made the poems more effective. Because of that, I could not connect to the poems emotionally and felt confused most of the time. Some of the poems did not make any sense and this decreased my enjoyment level. Overall, this collection fell flat for me. ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Neriah

    DNF'ed at 42%. I just could not put myself through this. I just could not. I expected better from Cody and it also happened to be one of those poetry books I so wanted to read since I saw it on NetGalley. I don't know if it was the writing style that I had an issue with or if it was not for me but I just could not put myself through it. I am glad I read a borrowed copy since the arc was archived before I downloaded it. I will not be visiting this one again to give it a chance because for the sec DNF'ed at 42%. I just could not put myself through this. I just could not. I expected better from Cody and it also happened to be one of those poetry books I so wanted to read since I saw it on NetGalley. I don't know if it was the writing style that I had an issue with or if it was not for me but I just could not put myself through it. I am glad I read a borrowed copy since the arc was archived before I downloaded it. I will not be visiting this one again to give it a chance because for the second time I am DNFing a book and for the first time, I am not feeling guilty about it. Giving this a one because that's the minimum rating.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Khlo Khlo

    utopian socialism idealized by a famous white singer who’s horny

  14. 4 out of 5

    Pao Vilchis

    “Son, there are millions of fish in the sea. Find yourself a mermaid” 2.5 stars I requested this book mainly because of the author, I love Cody Simpson´s work and I wanted to explore what he could do in the poetry environment. The poems in the beginning were strong and I kept telling myself “wow if all the poems are going to be like this I think I have just found a new favorite poetry collection”, however I was so disappointed that only the first few poems were that strong. Like I said, the first “Son, there are millions of fish in the sea. Find yourself a mermaid” 2.5 stars I requested this book mainly because of the author, I love Cody Simpson´s work and I wanted to explore what he could do in the poetry environment. The poems in the beginning were strong and I kept telling myself “wow if all the poems are going to be like this I think I have just found a new favorite poetry collection”, however I was so disappointed that only the first few poems were that strong. Like I said, the first few poems were strong, however I am sad to say that the poems that followed were not for me at all. In my opinion, the author tried to be very sophisticated, using metaphors in every sentence and using words that just left me feeling like I had no idea what was going on. I was constantly saying “what is he talking about” “what does he mean” and maybe this is a reflection of how bad of a poetry reader I am but I was so confused for almost all of the collection. I was sad I did not enjoy this more, I truly wanted to love this and get a more personal glimpse in the life and thoughts of the author since I love his work and what he does. But I could not get into this, there was no common theme, he used words that were just difficult to understand and it changed the overall meaning and tone and moreover, this poetry collection tried way too hard to be more than it is. I am disappointed that I couldn’t find many positive things about this collection, but I truly had a hard time getting through this book even though it was 128 pages. Thank you NetGalley and the publisher for letting me read and review this collection.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shannon O'Connor

    ***I received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*** this collection tried way too hard. Most of the poems made no sense. There was no theme except water/ocean but that wasn't portrayed in a way that kept the collection cohesive. It felt like a lot of unfinished ideas and poems written with words that made the poems sound pretentious. ***I received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*** this collection tried way too hard. Most of the poems made no sense. There was no theme except water/ocean but that wasn't portrayed in a way that kept the collection cohesive. It felt like a lot of unfinished ideas and poems written with words that made the poems sound pretentious.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Olivia

    Unfortunately this sounds exactly like the poetry I was writing in high school. It's not bad, just seems slightly underdeveloped? Unfortunately this sounds exactly like the poetry I was writing in high school. It's not bad, just seems slightly underdeveloped?

  17. 4 out of 5

    Can

    This book is mesmerizing in many ways! It took me far beyond the ocean and made me feel free. I felt the cool breeze of the ocean as well as the heat of summer in my face. The author is a genius! I love Cody Simpson as a song writer plus singer since I was 12. I also adore Australia. So I was extremely excited to explore his collection of poetry and prose. It is definitely a summer read that enable you to smell the salty sea and remind you the perfect beach you had been long ago. Present so many This book is mesmerizing in many ways! It took me far beyond the ocean and made me feel free. I felt the cool breeze of the ocean as well as the heat of summer in my face. The author is a genius! I love Cody Simpson as a song writer plus singer since I was 12. I also adore Australia. So I was extremely excited to explore his collection of poetry and prose. It is definitely a summer read that enable you to smell the salty sea and remind you the perfect beach you had been long ago. Present so many vision in it that you will enjoy to explore. I really cherish the sea and each work in the book satisfied my love twords the sea. It is a book that make you smile, make you think, make you think as a poet and fill you with endless love. Cody Simpson is really a prince of the sea , prince Neptune in other words, He is so talented in each subject of life that he try to do everything to test his limits and live freely as far as he can. Currently he will participate the World Olympics so even though it is sad that he may not produce or write anything in terms of poetry and song , it is great that he will be a star as an Olympics participent. It is a must read for nature/sea adorers. You will not regret.I felt as if I was in a sea-coast vintage coffee shop's serene atmosphere while reading it. I read it while listening to "B Sides" album by Cody Simpson so I strongly suggest you to do the same. (Also there is a poem in the book that later turned into a song which is called "Golden Thing")

  18. 4 out of 5

    cat kisser

    there were some poems in here i liked... but too often i found this writer chose to write a ""deep"" sentence or two instead of expanding on his topic properly. too many themes that repeated too much... like if you're gonna talk about pirates and beaches... maybe write one decent length poem instead of seven or eight rupi kaur esque attempts at minimalism. the more i read the less and less often i saw good examples of this guy's work. i also get the really strong feeling that this guy is into him there were some poems in here i liked... but too often i found this writer chose to write a ""deep"" sentence or two instead of expanding on his topic properly. too many themes that repeated too much... like if you're gonna talk about pirates and beaches... maybe write one decent length poem instead of seven or eight rupi kaur esque attempts at minimalism. the more i read the less and less often i saw good examples of this guy's work. i also get the really strong feeling that this guy is into himself, big time. he mentions that he plays guitar and that he takes photos.... but not in a clever way, just in a way that lets us know. on the back there's a photo of the author, and again, i feel like he just thinks of himself as some stud or whatever. it's kind of smarmy. he also talks about the beach and meditation a heap like he's desperate to be known as some hippie surfer dude. he talks about sex and getting hard ons but not in a charming way. i can also tell how pleased he is with his very basic knowledge of mythology. so, i thought it was alright but by the end i had settled on the opinion that this book was really nothing special

  19. 5 out of 5

    Cait Cher

    I was super excited when I got Cody's book in the mail, signed and all. As a fan since his iYiYi days, I gave this a five out of five for what people might think is the dumbest reason to walk across this platform. In my personal life, I thought his poetry was different and I'm not used to the whole free form thing. However, this may be the perfect book to read if you're going on a bender of some nice, sweet Mary Jane. Now, I am not promoting the use of drugs, nor will I ever do drugs. I'm just sa I was super excited when I got Cody's book in the mail, signed and all. As a fan since his iYiYi days, I gave this a five out of five for what people might think is the dumbest reason to walk across this platform. In my personal life, I thought his poetry was different and I'm not used to the whole free form thing. However, this may be the perfect book to read if you're going on a bender of some nice, sweet Mary Jane. Now, I am not promoting the use of drugs, nor will I ever do drugs. I'm just saying that every once in a while, I wouldn't mind a nice easy read, especially if someone is in the mood for some high reading. (I am also not insinuating that Cody does drugs because I don't have proof to use.) If GoodReads is saying that Cody's style is like Jack Kerouac, I would say the genre of "high reading" is where this book stands. Sorry not sorry. P.S. I never liked Jack Kerouac's stuff, so I was surprised that I even enjoyed a bit of this at all.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kira Goodwin

    I know something is not well written if I start to edit it in my mind while I am reading it, I was doing this a lot. It felt a little like he was trying too hard to be poetic which resulted in the poems coming out rather cliché. It also felt like he just did thesaurus substitutions to try to fit some poetic words in. They felt out of place and clunky. I have loved Cody Simpson for ten years (since I was 13). I will continue to love him and his music. I just think he needs to try a little less on I know something is not well written if I start to edit it in my mind while I am reading it, I was doing this a lot. It felt a little like he was trying too hard to be poetic which resulted in the poems coming out rather cliché. It also felt like he just did thesaurus substitutions to try to fit some poetic words in. They felt out of place and clunky. I have loved Cody Simpson for ten years (since I was 13). I will continue to love him and his music. I just think he needs to try a little less on his poetry and it will come out less clunky. Also sex was randomly thrown into the poems out of nowhere a lot and it just was unnecessary. I think this has helped me realize that I prefer female poets like Rupi Kaur or Emily Dickinson. Sorry Cody, better luck next time. And don’t worry, you telling me you liked my shirt was still one of the best days of my life.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Moriya Porter

    I keep going back and forth between 2 and 3 stars. There were some poems and creative language in this book that I found very interesting and enjoyable, and others very abstract. I’m a well read person, but there were some words in this that I had to look up, which took me out of the flow of the text and made it seem like he was purposefully trying to sound smart. There were a few poems / lines that seemed very out of place from the rest, and sexual (not in a nice / romantic way), which was very I keep going back and forth between 2 and 3 stars. There were some poems and creative language in this book that I found very interesting and enjoyable, and others very abstract. I’m a well read person, but there were some words in this that I had to look up, which took me out of the flow of the text and made it seem like he was purposefully trying to sound smart. There were a few poems / lines that seemed very out of place from the rest, and sexual (not in a nice / romantic way), which was very jarring, keeping me from rating it any higher. Someone should tell him there’s nothing poetic about words like “cock” or “hard-on” (actual examples). It comes off cheap and porny. Still, not a total waste of time depending on your poetry tastes.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Stéphanie Kok

    it's been so long since I first heard a Cody Simpson song 'on my mind.' Ever since I've been following his journey of singing world wide, becoming older and being not only a musician but also a film-maker, photographer, writer and poet. Cody's words have something magical and it can be found in every single poem he wrote. I absolutely loved to read his poetry in the form of his debut and even more to have a little piece of his mind so close. What a wonderful person he is. I rate this 4/5 stars! it's been so long since I first heard a Cody Simpson song 'on my mind.' Ever since I've been following his journey of singing world wide, becoming older and being not only a musician but also a film-maker, photographer, writer and poet. Cody's words have something magical and it can be found in every single poem he wrote. I absolutely loved to read his poetry in the form of his debut and even more to have a little piece of his mind so close. What a wonderful person he is. I rate this 4/5 stars! Why not 5 stars, this book should have been so much thicker!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alex BC

    There were some really cool poems in the novel, but others seemed really abstract and almost too vague to understand. I sometimes asked myself - how much Ginsberg did you read at 4am when you were hungover or high to get this??? 😅 I get the perspective that he is trying to convey.... he’s a young Aussie bloke and I’m a young Aussie. I share and empathise with his desire to live and experience as much as possible, from love and travel and wild nights.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kayla May

    Took me forever to get through this. I wanted to like it and some of the poems I was like YES. Majority of it fell flat. I imagined him sitting in a beach house next to a window, smoking a cigarette and drinking wine and wrote out every thought he had. That was my impression of it. There are some good stuff in this. I do believe if you love his work as a songwriter then you will love this book.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Emily Suchanek

    I'm not too sure what I was expecting but it was worse than I expected. It was like reading works by someone who only new a select few words that he tried to use to make his prose sound philosophical and deeper than the shallow pools they truly existed within. It was a forced and failed attempt at trying replicate Bukowski's style of writing. I'm not too sure what I was expecting but it was worse than I expected. It was like reading works by someone who only new a select few words that he tried to use to make his prose sound philosophical and deeper than the shallow pools they truly existed within. It was a forced and failed attempt at trying replicate Bukowski's style of writing.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Maryann Gestwicki

    Dear Prince Neptune, Your words were deep and like the sea, far into the wide vast air of space, burning my eyes like fire, as I rest my mind, body, soul, and spirit on earth to breathe and sleep. So many poems that I like, loved, that made me laugh, made me think. "When the senses are rationally disordered, the poem rises from the depths of the subconscious like a shimmering pearl." Dear Prince Neptune, Your words were deep and like the sea, far into the wide vast air of space, burning my eyes like fire, as I rest my mind, body, soul, and spirit on earth to breathe and sleep. So many poems that I like, loved, that made me laugh, made me think. "When the senses are rationally disordered, the poem rises from the depths of the subconscious like a shimmering pearl."

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kaylabookworm22 L

    I could not put it down! I knew it was going to be good because I have been a fan of this talented man since the beginning of his career. Each song and video he releases is more amazing than the last. I really hope he writes more poetry books because this was an excellent book!

  28. 4 out of 5

    ConfusedKyra

    There were some parts of this book that made you go "wait, what?" But certain poems were so beautiful and I loved the way he related the poems to the Earth and the environment. I like how it also seemed that each page was a new chapter in his life. There were some parts of this book that made you go "wait, what?" But certain poems were so beautiful and I loved the way he related the poems to the Earth and the environment. I like how it also seemed that each page was a new chapter in his life.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tom Simpson

    Great book with some awesome poetry. Loved every minute of it

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine Short

    So well written! And has some deep meaning, I love it 💛🌊

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