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Bestselling poet r.h. Sin completes the trilogy with Whiskey Words & a Shovel III! His raw voice delivers gritty, impassioned truths on matters of loving, living, and leaving in this final book in the series.
r.h. Sin’s final volume in the Whiskey, Words, and a Shovel series expands on the passion and vigor of his first two installments. His stanzas inspire strength through the raw, emotional energy and the vulnerability of his poems. Relationships, love, pain, and fortitude are powerfully rendered in his poetry, and his message of perseverance in the face of emotional turmoil cuts to the heart of modern-day life. At roughly 300 pages, this culminating volume will be his lengthiest yet.
|Publisher:||Andrews McMeel Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
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If you want to see real and useful reviews on r. h.Sin and his works go read the reviews on Amazon. As always, Sin has written another beautiful collection of poems. His words never fail to touch me and put into words so many of the thoughts that run through my mind that I cannot find words to say myself. These poems make me feel like someone gets it, or just make me take a deep breath and say damn. Poetry does not have to rhyme this isn’t 8th grade anymore. I have shared his works with friends and family and have not heard one bad word uttered from his works. I can open any of his books and ready any poem and just go “woah” sometimes two lines is all it takes. “I traveled to the messiest Parts of her mind And found beauty there” It may not be for everyone but I personally find beauty in the simplicity in some of the poems and some go on for three pages and you get to glimpse into the mind of the writer keeping an open mind . Not a fan of short poems but want some r.h. Sin in your life, Rest in The Mourning contains longer works of his. Still not into this style ? Beowulf is classified as poetry...
half the work is just thoughts or ideas said by other, more talented, writers.
Dude, anyone who rhymes "mistakes" with "heart breaks" does not deserve to publish a book of poetry.
The cover definitely draws people with its minimalism. This is probably the only redeeming quality of this book. Without a doubt, this is the worst collection of poetry I have ever read. Use typewriter font, center the words, and I guess that automatically makes something a poem. These "poems" would appeal to a budding 13 year old who just opened a Tumblr account. If this was the target audience, then it is perfect. The worst one I read was the following: "The girls with the biggest smiles have the saddest stories." -RH Sin If you want the same content, read trite Instagram captions. I truly don't understand how this could be enriching for anyone.