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Light Filters In: Poems

By Caroline Kaufman | Hardback | 1 Review(s)

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it's okay if some things
are always out of reach.
if you could carry all the stars
in the palm of your hand,
they wouldn't be
half as breathtaking.

With raw honesty and emotion, Light Filters In captures the varied, wondrous moments that define what it means to be human: giving up too much... read more

Format
Hardback
Release Date
28 Jun 2018
Author(s)
Caroline Kaufman
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers Inc
ISBN-13
9780062844682
Dimensions
127mm x 203mm x 21mm
Pages
224
Format
Hardback
Release Date
28 Jun 2018
Author(s)
Caroline Kaufman
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers Inc
ISBN-13
9780062844682
Dimensions
127mm x 203mm x 21mm
Pages
224

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18 Jul 2018

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If you’re a fan of the bestselling Milk and Honey poetry by Rupi Kaur, then this new collection of poems by Caroline Kaufman, or also known on Instagram as @poeticpoison, is an ideal equal. Writing from her wonderings and thoughts of what it is to be human, Caroline has a way of making us all feel a ‘little less alone’... “it’s okay if some things are always out of reach. If you could carry all the stars in the palm of your hand, they wouldn’t be half as breathtaking...” Her writing is authentic, raw and high in emotion and addresses our struggles when we ‘give too much to others’ or the wrestle of ‘not fitting in’ and perhaps even our habits of googling ‘how to be happy’. It’s a rare find to discover an anthology of poems that will resonate with human afflictions and engage a thoughtful response...

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