Indigo

Indigo F D Soul s first collection of poetry and prose Written for those who have ever wondered what a heart looks like outside of the human body This book is a breath it s that plunge into fear as your hear

  • Title: Indigo
  • Author: F.D. Soul
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Paperback
  • F D Soul s first collection of poetry and prose Written for those who have ever wondered what a heart looks like outside of the human body This book is a breath it s that plunge into fear as your heart stops as if perhaps it won t remember how to catch the next beat but always does and it s wincing biting the pillow laughing even though you can hear your ribs craF D Soul s first collection of poetry and prose Written for those who have ever wondered what a heart looks like outside of the human body This book is a breath it s that plunge into fear as your heart stops as if perhaps it won t remember how to catch the next beat but always does and it s wincing biting the pillow laughing even though you can hear your ribs cracking this book is walking through a Weeping Willow with your fingers outstretched lips brushed against a forehead sticking your head out the window just to feel the day in your hair tears drying against the soft skin beneath your chin this book is how I save myself.

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      Published :2019-03-07T19:30:11+00:00

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    1. Touching and HealingReasons I love poetry #8272837493 I really needed this book of poetry right now with the way I’m feeling and things I’m dealing with in my heart and soul. This has given me healing in some ways and touched the ugh between my ribs. I would definitely recommend this to ANYONE. If you love poetry or not. Amazing work of poetry. Xo, Rach

    2. This book was definitely worth the wait. F.D Soul speaks of brokenness and regrowth with such exceptional softness and rawness. It is such a personal insight which also hits close to home. She speaks of matters and anecdotes from her own life, however it is so easy to feel as if they were written just for you. I think a little piece of this book will live in the back of my mind forever. I would recommend it to anyone who is struggling or enduring their own brokenness and hardships, or to anyone [...]

    3. Captivating This poet knows her own voice. It feels as though they know how to appreciate the little things in life.The imagery is rich but somehow the poetry still feels very light and uplifting. The sections are structured for easy reading.The whole book is so relatable and full of lovely quotes that I can take away with me! A genuinely enjoyable read.

    4. Indigo was absolutely incredible! If you've read Your Soul is a River by Nikita Gill, then you'll love Indigo. It's written beautifully, and definitely made me cry a few times. Everyone should read this. It's raw, emotional, pure, and just absolutely ethereal. This book evokes emotions unlike any other book I've read, and I've read a lot. If you're not a fan of poetry, then this collection of poetry obviously isn't for you. But if you like poetry even a little bit, or you can appreciate the art, [...]

    5. It was decent. Some of the poems I felt with a passion and some of them felt like random spoutings of words strung together to try to sound deep for the sake of it being "poetry".I liked it. But I didn't love it.

    6. I enjoyed this, not LOVED it, but enjoyed it. Some of the poems were really good, and some were just "meh". I think this is her debut poetry book? Either way, will defiantly check out more of her writing.

    7. I took my time with this book, careful to savor it, and a month later, I'm still thinking about it. Simultaneously fierce and tender--much like the stunning parallels to nature that she draws throughout her work--F.D. Soul finds delicate parts of your spirit, cradles them in her hands, and wraps them in words that will assure you, "someone else gets it." I finished the book wishing so badly that I could hug her. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    8. Thankyou so much to everyone who's picked up this baby and had a read. There's so much of me in here, and getting positive feedback from you lovely humans is the best feeling in the world. Endless love to all of you x

    9. I must admit that I don’t usually read poetry, because I’m more of a fantasy kind of girl, but this book has completely fascinated me, from the cover to the last page.The poems remind me of Lang Leav style and Nikita Gill, and they have a softness, even when talking about harsh things, that make this book a real masterpiece.The strength that transpires from every page is deep. The needing to grow and heal is strong and captivating.While she speaks of her own life, you have the sensation that [...]

    10. This year I finally got into poetry with “The Princess Saves Herself in this One” and now I’m reading similar poetry books. I actually discovered this book via F. D. Soul’s instagram where she posts some of her poems (you can find her here)This book is divided in three sections: “Skin of Brick & a Breaking Heart”, “The Mending of Veins” and “Bare Feet & Universe Breathing”; and has 55 poems. It deals with some episodes of her life with a develment through the sections [...]

    11. After following F.D. Soul on Instagram, it would have been impossible not to want to purchase this book. When I received the book, I was unable to put it down until I read it from cover to cover. Even still, I cannot wait to read it again & again. This will be a book of poetry that I will cherish and turn to for years to come. The poetry is not only eloquently written, but relatable, and beautifully capricious. I was hooked by page 3, which just so happened to be the very first poem. I would [...]

    12. Lovely, simple, and poignant collection of poetry. I dog-eared many pages throughout and intend to go back to them often.Soul's writing is reflective of the current trends in Insta-poetry, but I most appreciated her longer works that steered away from this micro-poetry. The formatting for the book was slightly confusing at times, and I found myself referencing the table of contents to sort a few of the poems while reading.

    13. There aren't enough wordsThis little poetry book is a must read. I was blown away by F.D. Soul's talent with words. Her unique voice, colorful metaphors, and ability to transcend emotion and speak to the reader's soul directly are masterful. These poems root deeply into your being and burrow right into a home in your heart. Brilliant poetry!

    14. Absolutely adored this book. I'd been waiting for it to come out for some time and I certainly wasn't disappointed. F.D. Soul's way with words is impeccable. Her poems were personal and resonated deeply with me and many of my experiences. It's the book I have on my shelf to pick up and read and re-read over again.

    15. Lovely!I enjoyed reading these poems from reading about self worth and feeling the loss of a loved one these were all just some beautifully written poems! Such a great read and I’ve been excited to get my hands on this book so glad I did!!

    16. I love it when I read a poem, then I stop, take a breath, and wait for the words to catch up with my soul. The words marinade and I remember, yet again, my love for exquisite poetry. This book conquered this feeling for me quite a few times, I highly recommend it.

    17. GretI love this book. It makes you understand life isn't easy but there are so many things to understand. Glad I chose to read this

    18. I really enjoyed this. However, I didn't like all the poems and found myself only loving a few of them.

    19. This was pretty good, but didn't really stick with me or make me feel too much. Some of the poems were more moving than others, but all together it just fell short for me.

    20. A nice collection of poetry. Some of them I liked a lot, others were just average. But still a good collection. favorites: 6, 15, 19, 31, 55, 61, 73, 89, 99.

    21. .I've had this book on my wishlist for so long, and I just got to it! Probably one of my favorite books.

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