Every Day Is a Poem: Find Clarity, Feel Relief, and See Beauty in Every Moment

Every Day Is a Poem: Find Clarity, Feel Relief, and See Beauty in Every Moment

by Jacqueline Suskin

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Overview

“This is a practical guide for everyone to learn the requisite art of slowing down, becoming more curious in order to ‘nurture transformation and love limitlessly.’”
—Derrick C. Brown, author of Hello. It Doesn’t Matter., UH-OH, and How the Body Works the Dark


How do we deal with the heaviness of everyday living? When we are surrounded by uncertainty, distrust, and destruction, how do we sift through the chaos and enjoy being alive?

In Every Day Is a Poem, Jacqueline Suskin aims to answer these questions by using poetry as a tool for finding clarity and feeling relief. With provocative questions, writing practices, and mindset exercises, this celebrated poet shows you how to focus your senses, cultivate curiosity, and create your own document of the world’s beauty. Emphasizing that the personal is inextricable from the creative, Suskin offers specific instructions on how make a map of your past and engage with your pain to write a healing poem.

Poetry isn’t a magic cure-all that makes adversity vanish, but it does summon the wondrous and sublime out of the shadows. Suskin seeks to remind you how incredible it is to be alive at all, even when it hurts. Most importantly, Every Day Is a Poem reveals that we all have the ability to weave beauty and meaning out of otherwise difficult and overwhelming times.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781683644842
Publisher: Sounds True, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/20/2020
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 109,317
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Jacqueline Suskin has composed over forty thousand poems with her ongoing improvisational writing project, Poem Store. She is the author of six books, including Help in the Dark Season. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, the Atlantic, and Yes! magazine. She lives in Northern California. For more, see jacquelinesuskin.com.

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