Broken Heart [NOOK Book]

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A selection of older poems that Kennie wrote about his failed relationships.

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Overview

A selection of older poems that Kennie wrote about his failed relationships.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011516429
  • Publisher: Coyotes Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/7/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 200,937
  • File size: 102 KB

Meet the Author

Take 333-parts poetry and 333-parts of hate you get Kennie Kayoz: the perfect lethal combination of poetry and hate, whom himself has been labeled as 666 by his high school whom according to them should have spent time in the psych ward for things that he's said and poetry written while at school.
Like the meaning of his name Kennie feels as if he's been born from the fire time and time again, and has been through various points in his life that have been utter kayotic. However he emerged from everything that life has seemed to throw at him many eBooks later Kennie is still looking at getting his name out there.

Feeling unwanted by everyone around him since the age of 16, Kennie has not had an easy life which carries out into everything he does with an obvious edge. What he writes is real, and is what gives his words a distinction of others. The once #1 target of bullying at high school which started his controversial writing skills which really got him noticed by his teacher and principal when during a
co-op class he wrote about being bullied from the moment he walked in the front doors at school in the morning till the moment that he gets off the bus at night the school was then set into "panic mode" as they then linked Kennie as a "Potential Threat" of pulling a "Columbine". They also pushed Kennie towards the schools psychologist to allow him someone to "Talk To", shortly after that Kennie found himself walking out of the doors never to return.

After many trials and tribulations in his life after he dropped out he still managed to write on and off as his writing became an eerie prophecy for his own life.

In late 2005 Kennie signed Crystal to Coyotes Publishing and just a few months later Kennie's struggles got worse as his father was killed by vehicular homicide.

At the start of 2006 Kennie decided to take a huge chance with his poe-hatery as he established the ebook called "End Of The Poe-Hatery Era" in which he gathered up all that could be considered "Poe-Hatery" and released it followed that he went on to realize that "Poe-Hatery" was exactly who he was so he decided to take another huge chance and release "Be Yourself" a eBook with collabs by various independent artists (in various genres) as well as other independent poets and he released it it got a huge variety of notice all through out the internet, but when Kennie realized that he was the only one plugging it and none of the other artists were doing anything about the release he immediately pulled the release off of the internet. Shortly after that Coyotes Publishing as well as Kennie vanished from the likes of the internet.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2012

    Tap to read

    This is a really good book. The poems gont rhyme but it is good. I have learned from this. I just got over a terable break up. It would have been ok if the guy had just been nice and left me alone. But he said he made a mistake and it is horrid now because all he does is call. Or he will come over and pretend to be my bf even tho my bf is sitting right next to me. If you have any break ups like that or dont know whether it hould be over or not between you and your partner then you should get this boik. It has inspired me and helped me through a tuff break up and it will help u too.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2013

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    Good poems

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2012

    Good book

    This might be a good book beacuse I have suffered throught some heart breaks.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2014

    In the Rain

    In the Rain is my favorite poem in this collection. I also really like F.A.B.

    To the reviewer who does not like Kennie's stuff-- you are not right. Cursing does not make someone "bad" just like not cursing does not make someone "good". If you don't like someone's writing, no one is forcing you to keep reading it or to keep writing reviews.

    The world is not designed for our comfort. Part of having freedom of speech means we all risk running into expressions that we don't care for.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2014

    Yeah yeah yeah

    Kennie im sure you swore once in this book. You swore in all of your other books i know of you are a bad man for that whoever thinks im right will put YOU ARE WRITE in their review

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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