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A Love Story inspects the bleakest corners of the heart, unwinding our concept of identity and being through a strange, unknown universe that we often grapple to understand and make sense of. These poems are a symphony within an unopened box. Do we choose to open it and find what's inside? Are we brave enough to go deeper to find what we ourselves contain? A Love Story inspects the bleakest corners of the heart, unwinding our concept of identity and being through a strange, unknown universe that we often grapple to understand and make sense of. These poems are a symphony within an unopened box. Do we choose to open it and find what's inside? Are we brave enough to go deeper to find what we ourselves contain?


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A Love Story inspects the bleakest corners of the heart, unwinding our concept of identity and being through a strange, unknown universe that we often grapple to understand and make sense of. These poems are a symphony within an unopened box. Do we choose to open it and find what's inside? Are we brave enough to go deeper to find what we ourselves contain? A Love Story inspects the bleakest corners of the heart, unwinding our concept of identity and being through a strange, unknown universe that we often grapple to understand and make sense of. These poems are a symphony within an unopened box. Do we choose to open it and find what's inside? Are we brave enough to go deeper to find what we ourselves contain?

34 review for A Love Story

  1. 5 out of 5

    Christina Rosso

    This collection is haunting, heartfelt, and honest, exploring queerness, identity, and violence often faced by femme-bodied folk. A must-read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Eleanore

    "Do you think atonement exists for monsters like us?" I'll be frank: most contemporary poetry just *really* does not work for me these days, but this collection did, and I'm glad for it. Its inspirational source material asks a lot of hard questions, and so does this. "Do you think atonement exists for monsters like us?" I'll be frank: most contemporary poetry just *really* does not work for me these days, but this collection did, and I'm glad for it. Its inspirational source material asks a lot of hard questions, and so does this.

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