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I Saw You As A Flower: A Poetry Collection

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The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. What the heart of Eve has felt, while the soul of David has proclaimed and the eyes of Mary Magdalene contemplated.

She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a BFA in Graphic Design with a concentration of Illustration and from Roane State Community College with an AA in Mass Communications.

Excuse me while I shake and cry on the ground while repeating the phrase “the Rupi Kaur-ification of contemporary poetry” over and over again. Ellen Everett's words enable readers to confront their deepest sorrows and piece together the parts that are broken. Ellen Everett is a poet, author, illustrator, and graphic designer from Tennessee with a passion for storytelling through both language and art.

These poems are for those who love too deeply, for those who break too easily, and for those who continue to rise— time and time again. well, much the same as every poetry book in terms of themes xD But this one stood out to me as so much more ❤️ It just really touched me. She continues to express herself through language, art, and videography on her social media platforms.

This book reads like it's written by a highschooler and directed towards people who want a throw away Instagram caption. Maybe one among other reasons is the hope that the author proclaimed in the middle of the heartbreak, and the hope is Jesus.

Ellen has always been captivated by the process of taking an idea and turning it into something tangible and accessible. This is a story of heartbreak and love— but more importantly, a story of overcoming, empowerment, and survival. Apart from the lackluster format, the poems seem shallow (and not like Gaga's "Shallow") and resolve around the same topics of love and despair (but not like Neruda's). Oh, and how could I forget the flowers - this book is like a not so "Secret Garden" (you get the joke already).By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions. If I were to teach a lesson on what I dislike in a collection of poetry, I would use this book as the prime example. In 2022, she released her second soul-stirring collection of poetry, "If Hearts Had Training Wheels," a book she designed, illustrated, and formatted from the cover to the interior. These poems are for those who love too deeply, for those who break too easily, and for those who continue to rise- time and time again.

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