Love can be complicated. C. Stine's first collection of poems evokes the many emotions that come with love: joy, anger, frustration . . . even loneliness. Written over the course of six years and many relationships, her poems go straight to the heart. These words perfectly capture the myriad feelings love can spawn, from the emotionally unavailable to the hot-and-cold running love, from finally getting what you want to watching it slip away. Heartbreak is just one part of the romantic experience the author evokes with her lyrical words and rhythmic phrasing, which leap from the page right to your core.
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About the Author
C. Stine was born in New York and was educated at Rutgers University and Seton Hall University. She has been a poet and a storyteller throughout her life.