a collection of 10 poemsexcerpt:no sound, no sound,all the deaths in my bodyhappened quietly, happenedsoftly, one moment here& the next not...
|Title||:||on the border|
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on the border Reviews
Suresh's words are a source of strength for me or I suppose they are for anyone who sometimes finds the struggle too much to bear... Her poetry eggs us on to persevere without the words turning into a lecture. This book is how we are not alone in breaking down sometimes and it's NOT WRONG to feel deeply. They are very private raw poems but not so much that it does not echo with the readers.
"i am not a hyperbole i am borderline" truly beautiful and wise words, i really enjoyed this!!
"i stare into the mirror & everything onthe other side looks better & i press myhand to the surface & i stillcan't get through"
Full review at melissaljennings.comMoved to tears. Please read this collection.
I love this author so much. This story was a little sad in my point of view. I've only read it once so I don't understand everything completely. But I can't wait to read it again. The emotion buried in this work is so powerful. Especially when The author starts to write in all capitals.
this date was a re-read.also this is just beautiful and really captures what it's like to have bpd.
This would be better suited as prose. As it stands, there is little poetic about this collection, save a few pieces. As it goes on, it just falls apart.