SMITTEN This Is What Love Looks Like – A Review

The incredible Nicole Lyon’s review of SMITTEN

Nicole Lyons

I fucking love poetry. I love good poetry, exceptional poetry, poetry that sits heavy on my chest and reaches down my throat to pull my own words out of my belly, and thank the goddess, in the era of the Instapoet and art without soul, Indie Blu(e) publishing and Candice Daquin have given us all a reason to fall in love with poetry again.

To say that SMITTEN This Is What Love Looks Like; Poetry by Women for Women touched me on a level that very few books have been able to reach, would not only be an understatement, but a massive disservice to the writers, editors, and publishers of this book.

From the cover design and the foreword, and my god, the opening poem ‘Lesbian’ by Avital Abraham, I was enraptured. How could one not be with words penned as exquisitely as this:

Lesbian is a monster.

Am I…

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7 thoughts on “SMITTEN This Is What Love Looks Like – A Review

  1. I too love poetry. Especially sequins picks. So many others are overrated and political. Little is pure. Daquin proves to be.

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