Havens has a savage wit and open wound for you to see on every page. Their lyricism surpassed only by the abundant imagery, you can almost feel the poems being written for YOU.
Reading Lyd Haven’s work makes me want them to win. Makes my real world seem to fade away, replaced with someone I want to see succeed despite and because of their troubles.
I am hesitant to include quotes from the book in this review. Not that it is a […]
the truth was a mirror the church led me to believe I discovered the impossibility of finding […]
If you are looking for soft, pillow talk love poetry, this is not the collection for you. If […]
The first time I remember hearing the word “poetry” it came from a family member who was […]
“She told me that she bought the ring in San Francisco at an outdoor market. I like […]
“The Bones of Us” is part poetry collection, part graphic novel, and all well done. J Bradley and […]