Wild Flowers

Wild Flowers

by Michelle S. Smith

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This collection of Poetry and Prose is an explosion of femininity, empowerment, and personal growth. Michelle celebrates her triumph over mental illness and promotes resilience and self-love in her readers.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161546000
Publisher: michelle smith
Publication date: 11/03/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Michelle Simone Smith is a Jamaican born Poet, best known for most recent book "Wild Flowers". It is widely read and loved by many. Wild Flowers takes you through her journey of healing and self-discovery. It engages with themes of love, loss, healing, depression, sexuality, and is both deeply personal and relatable. Writing came into her life by way of therapy and the exploration of healing. Her poems are infused with life lessons for women that suffer from depression. Her hope is that her words are able to touch, empower and encourage women around the world.

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Wild Flowers 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Shai Martin More than 1 year ago
Once I received the digital reading copy of this poetry book from the author, I immediately read it before the day ends. The book is divided into five parts: Loss, Pain & Depression; Abandonment; Love; Empowerment; and Healing. Love and Healing parts got the most number of poems with 34 and 36 respectively, while Empowerment has the least with only four. I consider the last three sections of this anthology the best because of how they exude positivity or being optimistic. There are a lot of relatable and remarkable poems in this collection that will be more appreciated notably by the millennials. Some of the poems that I love is Consumed By Her, #MeToo, Stance against Suppression, and Fear is a Curable Disease. Despite that I found some of the included poems to be repetitious because of the theme, especially in the topic of pain and love, I was still able to enjoy reading the rest of the book.
The Novel Diaries More than 1 year ago
Wild Flowers by Michelle Smith is a collection of deeply personal, emotive poetry. The collection has been artfully curated and arranged to tell a story, which moves from loss and pain to healing and survival. Through her words, Smith's journey from grief, parental abandonment and heartbreak to empowerment and healing is beautifully detailed. I hunkered down one afternoon with a cup of tea and dove into this poetry collection. I found that I was not only reading a truly poetic narrative that moved from beginning to middle to triumphant end, but I was getting to know the struggles and victories of the author. I highly recommend Wild Flowers to anyone who enjoys poetry written in a woman's strong and resilient voice.