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If you guys don’t know this about me, I love poetry! I am a writer at heart so I love seeing anything written in a way that makes me think or feel something special. I also love how it makes you think about your experiences in different and unique ways. Poetry is also good for developing skills, improving ideas, and helps you understand yourself and others better. I will definitely be reading poetry to my future kids.

Today, I’m sharing my top 3 favorite poetry books. I will admit that these books in particular mostly focus on romance but I’m definitely a romantic at heart so it suits me. I follow tons of poetry accounts on instagram and whenever I see something romantic and sweet, I always tag my boyfriend, Anton. It’s my version of a love letter.

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Tomorrow, there’s supposed to be a massive snow storm in Jersey. Good news: No work and a relaxing day at home. Bad News: Trapped in your own house because of snow. Ant wants to go skiing but I have a feeling we won’t even be able to drive anywhere. I’m hoping we’ll at least be able to venture to one of our houses, explore in the snow, and cuddle up with some hot cocoa and a movie. Luckily, our homes in NJ are only 4 minutes from each other, which makes seeing each other very convenient!

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My picks:

  1. Chasers of Light by: Tyler Knott Gregson
  2. Milk and Honey by: Rupi Kaur
  3. Memories by: Lang Leav


  1. RUPI KAUR yessss. I love poetry! I’ve been reading some out-there stuff like Alice Notley lately. My old writing professor, Joseph Lease, has some beautiful stuff out now too. Love this post!


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