Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Natural Disasters: Poems by Andrea MacPherson

With so many teenagers writing badly written poems to express angst, it's getting harder and harder to find poetry I love. Especially since I constantly compare to the likes of E.E. Cummings, Robert Frost, and Edgar Allan Poe (to name drop a few).

Andrea MacPherson may not be mistaken from Edgar Allan Poe, but she is a powerful poet of modern times. It has been a long time since I found any poetry writer witty, genuine, and interesting. Her poems hold depth and are very clever.

If you're looking for a good poetry book, this is it. The only complaint I have of this entire novel is it's horrible cover art, but we can forgive that given the beautiful rhymes inside.

When it comes to Natural Disasters?

Shut Up and Read It.  

Note: I received this book free from the author. The review was my opinion and was not required to be a positive review. 

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