100 Poems That Matter
An Academy of American Poets Anthology
by The Academy of American Poets
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Pub Date 13 Dec 2022 | Archive Date 13 Dec 2022
100 Poems That Matter examines universal themes of love, loss, and the experiences that define us. At turns moving, thoughtful, and thrilling, 100 Poems That Matter feeds into the connections we all have to poetry and encourages us to bring a deeper sense of honesty into our lives.
Featured poets include Emily Brontë, E.E. Cummings, Kahlil Gibran, Audre Lorde, and Emily Dickinson.
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100 Poems That Matter is an anthology of poetry compiled by the Academy of American Poets. It is a varied and inspiring collection by famous and not so famous poets. The universal themes of love, loss and moving experiences are tackled through the selection of poems. It is a thought provoking and moving read that will stay with you and have you returning to the book time and time again. Everyone will have their favourite poems, the ones that really talk to them. A beautiful read that would also make a meaningful gift.
As a fan of poetry, it’s wonderful to have a book that contains classical and contemporary poems covering all themes from love, loss, nature, and more. I discovered so many new favorites poems and authors from this book. 100 Poems That Matter is a great book to pick up for inspiration, understanding, or if you just want a relaxing read first thing in the morning or right before bed. Thank you to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for this eARC in exchange for my honest review.
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