Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches

Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches Meggie Royer
  • Title: Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches
  • Author: Meggie Royer
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  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
  • Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches Meggie Royer Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches is the second book of poetry by Meggie Royer poet behind the blog WritingsforWinter This book is broken into two parts the first about grief loss and pain the
    Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches is the second book of poetry by Meggie Royer, poet behind the blog WritingsforWinter This book is broken into two parts, the first about grief, loss, and pain, the second about recovery and survival.
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    1. I read Meggie Royer s Healing Old Wounds on the cusp of my self acceptance and I am so glad I did The choice to split the book up into two parts, Grief and then Recovery, was very clever as I feel it teaches you how to create something out of nothing Every page overflows with wonderfully vivid and fresh language, metaphors and images that caress your senses softly and unapologetically The reader will find themselves led by each poem through a very accessible and human journey, only to find a lig [...]

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    2. A poetry collection that I found quite accessible, mainly due to the stories that it has to tell It s an ideal pick for younger readers looking to dive into poetry that they might find relatable, although I should note that difficult topics such as loss, suicide, and self harm are tackled throughout The book is divided into two sections Grief and Recovery , and the Recovery section was probably my favourite of the two A few pieces that stuck out for me were Advice from a Brother to His Sister , [...]

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    3. As always Meggie outdone herself I have never doubted her writings and this book of poems didn t let me down either However, there s one issue about this book that nags at me typos that were scattered throughout These were pretty annoying especially when I m immersed in the poem itself, but in retrospect I don t think it s the fault of the author Hence why I m still giving this a 5 star rating Sans typo, this is another of Meggie s finest works poignant, delicate and utterly beautiful.

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    4. Meggie Royer is kinda famous on Tumblr, and this chapbook of her best works is fantastic Accessible and confessional, her works have emotional subtleties which are precise, deeply cutting, and accurate I don t find myself pondering them over and over, but I do like her words much when I am sitting softly with them and considering.

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    5. Meggie Royer s poetry is absolutely phenomenal I have such a hard time describing it her words are just outstanding and beautiful She s also really struggling to pay for college and other fees, so I love supporting her by buying her work

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    6. I really liked this collection as well The stories Royer tells with her poems are so sad but they re somewhat therapeutic to read And, again, they re very accessible you don t have to have experienced the events in them firsthand to respond emotionally.

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    7. Royer s work is raw and genuine, and I loved every poem in this book Definitely would recommend.

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    8. Beautiful poems mostly centered around mental illness, loss, and recovery.

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    9. As usual, Meggie Royer never fails to completely blow me away So worth the wait for this book.

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    10. I have been following Royer s work for quite some time, and I m thrilled to say that I ve featured a couple of her poems in a literary magazine called Degenerates Voices for Peace Meggie Royer s work has always been a pleasure to read and I was thrilled when I received my copy of her second poetry collection Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches The book itself is something I would highly recommend for anyone and everyone going through some rough times The book itself covers a wide range of topic [...]

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    11. Cleverly separated into the sections grief and recovery , Royer s second poetry collection is perfect for those who need to find the light at the end of the tunnel, a reason to fight the fight She is able to connect with so many who have lost their way due to trauma of varying kinds through the written word While some of her messages are a bit transparent for poetry, she still wields language in a powerful way that can make you feel differently about the human condition and what it means to have [...]

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    12. Healing Old Wounds with New Stitches 2013 by Meggie Royer is the accompanying collection to her first set of poems, Survival Songs I didn t find this collection any better or worse than her first set, making it a little bit of a bore for me There are a few that are worth reading once, twice, and thrice Above all, I m excited to see what she has next.

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    13. i can t decide what i want to rate this i think i m gonna have to read the poems a few times before i decide on a rating.

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    14. 3.5 5Poems of grief and recovery.

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