With millions of poetry books out there, there has never been a single book dedicated solely to the inner strength of women.
Welcome to 'Made of Flowers and Steel', a poetry collection that celebrates the strength behind the beauty that is a woman.
Inspired by stories of real women, this collection of 100 poems honours the raw grit and the moral fortitude that exists in all women. Sometimes that power is inherent, sometimes it needs to be invoked, but it is always there.
Page after page, you'll discover a newfound love and respect for yourself, and for all the women in your life.
Written by Sameer Kochure, the author of the much adored book series 'A Young Boy and His Best Friend, The Universe,' and 'Wrong,' this book is for all the thinking, feeling women around the world, and for everyone who loves them.
100 Poems | 1 Unmissable Collection
Please Note: This is NOT a regular book of poems on love, heartbreak or feminism. It's a salute to the moral strength it takes to be a woman in today's world.
Trigger warning: Some poems deal with sensitive issues women face every day.
"...a gorgeous collection." - Goodreads review.
"Love the theme of empowerment running through the collection." - Goodreads review.
"Great for fans of Rupi Kaur." - Netgalley review.
"...Spoke to me deeply." - Goodreads review.
"...as beautiful as the cover artwork." - Goodreads review.
"...many poems captured my attention and heart." - Goodreads review.
"...there were poems where I almost teared up." - Netgalley review.
"...solid thematic consistency throughout the pieces." - Goodreads review.
"...while this is fiction, it's also very, very real." - Netgalley review.
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About the Author
Sameer Kochure was born in India during the darkest part of the night. Probably explains why he is such a self-proclaimed dreamer. He has lived in 6 cities and 3 countries since. He has also clocked in 12 years as a Creative Director in some of the biggest advertising agencies across Asia Pacific. He lives in Dubai, but claims that anywhere he travels, he feels he is home.