Fashion Poetry


Poetry - General
51 Pages
Reviewed on 02/22/2022
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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite

Ahava Mae in Fashion Poetry presents us with an entertaining perspective of the world, not only based on fashion and styles but also thoughts and dreams. She begins with six poems teaching us her personality and characteristics. Once we get to know her, we continue with a series of micro-poems that make us appreciate small details that can sometimes go unnoticed on a regular day. Among the first poems, I liked the one called "Ballet," which talks about how seeing a tutu being created led to a moment of inspiration and dreams. Personally, some dance shoes gave me a pretty similar feeling, so I understand the situation very well. But even if one has not seen the dance items, we can at some point identify with what we see in a window display; it would be strange if not.

I also liked Ahava Mae’s descriptions of her short poems because few words contain bigger ideas. In addition, its content is varied; some simple, some with an unexpected twist. There are poems for all kinds of things but without leaving the theme of fashion and style. Fashion Poetry is for anyone looking for inspiration because it is very well written and easy to understand, so beginners in poetry could start here too. You can have a good time reading and letting your mind travel between places, sensations, and fashion. The poems are fun and interesting, with a touch of brightness and color. Perfect to relax and enjoy.