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Another week, and another SoSSpost. I’ve been a bit slow on catching up on my reading this week, but with such fantastic work being posted, I’ve still had plenty of material for this, my second SoSS. Last Sunday saw the final day of Every Damn Day in June. Well done to everyone who took part; […]
Check out which poem of mine is mentioned in this post via SoSS #2: 06/07/2019 — Jupiter’s Lair
Where I Ache is a beautifully written collection of poetry. Each poem in this book really made you feel what the author was feeling. I could feel her pain and sorrow, her love and heartbreak. I can’t remember the last time a poetry collection made me feel so much. There was just so much emotion in every line of every poem.
I bookmarked so many while reading it, because of how much they moved me. I was stunned by how many of the poems really stood out to me. I just related to so many of them, in so many different ways. I fully expected this book to just be another Milk And Honey, but for me personally, it was much better.
Read the full review here via Book Review: Where I Ache by Megan O’Keeffe
I can seriously say, “move aside Rupi, because Megan O’Keeffe is here to give you a run for your money.”
With intricate lines, and intimate detail, Megan leads us through an emotional roller coaster of a journey filled with love, self-doubt, desperation, the grief of losing a loved one, and self-reconciliation. The words are written with the sort of emotion that bleeds through and is felt on a real and relatable place of solace.
read the whole review here via #review #5stars Where I Ache, by Megan O’Keefe
Where I Ache by Megan O’Keeffe Genre: Nonfiction | Poetry Length: 157 pages Published on 10th June 2019 by Author Purchase*: Amazon *these are affiliate links Megan O’Keeffe: Website | Twitter | Goodreads Received for free from the author in exchange for an honest review Synopsis: Where I Ache is broken up into six chapters […]
I really liked that it opened with an author’s note, addressing that the content may be triggering and seeking help is always an option. You do not have to fight your battles alone.
I felt heard and seen.
read the full review via Poetry Review: Where I Ache by Megan O’Keeffe — Northern Plunder
“Where I Ache” has an author’s introductory note, “This collection is published to help those that relate to these poems feel less alone. To know that others have gone through similar experiences and that they too, will overcome their dark days. Some of the inspiration comes from personal experience, world news, film and book characters […]
This review is a great analysis of some of my poems! Read the full review via “Where I Ache” Megan O’Keeffe (self-published) – poetry review — Emma Lee’s Blog
“If I could just slow down I might see that I’ve already got all that I need and that’s Me”
I know you try to fade into the background.
Try to keep the sea of people around you
From detecting any ripples in the water
I know you don’t like hearing
how special you are to me.
But you are so special.
You put so much good light
into the world around you.
There is no one else like you
and I am so lucky to have you in my life.
read the whole review via Review: Where I Ache — Syl Reads
Title: Where I Ache Author: Megan O’Keeffe Buy the book here Follow Megan O’Keeffe on Goodreads Follow Megan O’Keeffe on Twitter Follow Megan O’Keeffe on Instagram Visit Her Website […]
“The book is beautifully simple and simply beautiful, not meant just for those hurting, but for everyone who would perhaps gain a better understanding of another’s unsaid aches.”
Read the full review here via POETRY REVIEW: Where I Ache by Megan O’Keeffe — Manic Sylph Writes… Poetry & Thoughts by Mona Soorma
Where I Ache by Megan O’Keefe Page Number 154 Genre Poetry Summary Where I Ache is broken up into six chapters ranging from themes such as depression, jealousy, death, and strength. These are delicate subjects to talk about and most people avoid them because of the uncomfortable vulnerability. I’ve always written and shared my poetry with […]
I’m always up to reading a new poetry collection.
The main theme of the book is helping others feel less alone by tackling different topics we can relate to. Even if you can’t relate to everything, there are still powerful statements that will resonate with you.
read the whole review here via Book Quibbles: Where I Ache – Poetry Collection — Quibbles and Scribbles