Walking through the Forest: love, loss and other tall trees



Walking through the Forest: love, loss and other tall trees Love, Loss, Pain, Healing, Poetry Elizabeth Shares Her Experience With Heartache And Grief By Embracing Acceptance And Self Love In A Collection Of Poetry Written With Straight Forward Vulnerability Join Her Walk Through The Forest, Surrounded By Love, Loss, And Other Tall Trees.

www.lizzydanger.wordpress.com Poetizer Elizabeth Ann

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  • Paperback
  • 132 pages
  • Walking through the Forest: love, loss and other tall trees
  • Elizabeth Ann
  • English
  • 02 June 2018
  • 9781988750019

10 thoughts on “Walking through the Forest: love, loss and other tall trees

  1. Gretchen Gomez says:

    please click here to see this review on my blog postI have the honor of personally knowing this lovely author Not in real life but we have created in online friendship We started this process of writing our poetry books together Sharing excitement, jitters, and our debut babies It s been so cool to know her and just talk on a personal level.Elizabeth Ann released her poetry book on April 3rd and I just needed to get my hands on it immediately Once the book was delivered to my house, I found myself opening up the book and reading all of it at once.Lizzy as I call her writes about heartbreak, loss, and learning through a failed marriage She expresses her pain, heartache, disappointment, hopes, self love, and other things through each poem Taking a punch to my emotions with each page I turned.Walking through the Forest is a collection for all people but I would highly recommend it for those who feel in despair Trust me, Lizzy will make you feel connected through it She writes about things that she learned through her relationship which made her stronger and I applaud her for that Lizzy talks about how she lost herself in someone but found herself instead.Some of my favorite poems I have learned far too muchabout myself in this forestto turn around now I am no longer a vesselto be used only fora man s satisfactionand then thrown ...

  2. Jennae Cecelia says:

    Liz did a very nice job with, Walking Through the Forest Filled with very raw emotions and I can tell she poured her soul into it.

  3. Krysta; says:

    The ability to create so many emotions through words is something that Elizabeth has mastered in this book of poetry It held my attention from the very beginning and I couldn t put it down This book is a must read for everyone w...

  4. Mikayla Vodon says:

    I loved this book I couldn t put it down You re such an inspiration and you have such an amazing talent I can t wait to read your second book Have you ever thought about writing about your relationship with your daughter Just a thought.

  5. Laura Ashley Laraque says:

    Another beautifully written collection of poetry This resonated with me and seeing the pain one goes through and the battles of emotional sickness But in all that I ve read it s always comforting to see the light at the end of the tunnel and you captured it

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