Number of Pages: 222
Who would you recommend this book to?
Those who enjoy the art of poetry and street verse
What did you like most about this book?
I liked that the emotion in each piece was raw and real. Some poets have lost that art, but Love was able to personalize his pieces and make the reader feel as if they were written for them.
What did you like least about this book?
I prefer proper English verses slang English and found that the slang took away from the book.
Any suggestions for how this book could have been better?
Less usage of slang terminology, proper punctuation and in general, more grammatical editing.
What was your overall impression of this book? (Response must be between 75-100 words)
I felt that the author put his whole heart into each piece, allowing the reader to experience firsthand, the emotion and pain in each poem. The title is very fitting, because you can feel that tears were flowing with each piece. Love conveys how everyday things impact our lives and words join us all together. Each piece can become personal to readers for a different reason than that of the author, but it is in the art of penmanship that allows us to find a meaning personal to us. For an author to bring the reader to that point is where real talent and creativity lies, and I commend Love on having this ability. I really enjoyed 'One Woman to Raise A Family' and 'Heaven’s Wings'.
Reviewer: Candice M. Martin