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Reviewed by Hannah Richburg (Teen Reviewer) for Readers' Favorite
Notes from The Heart by Amaranthine Poetry encourages a sense of self-love and acceptance, but it also delves into the pain of love, loss, and loneliness. While it touches on dark emotions, it is raw and inspiring. The poetry in this collection is filled with intense imagery and wonderfully chosen words. Everything in Notes from The Heart inspires us to be more human, inspires us to feel emotion and to be proud of it.
Notes from The Heart is organized into three parts: The Rise, The Fall, and The Heartfelt. It’s formatted so that there is one poem on each page and the reader can focus on each single beautiful piece. Even though the poems are short, they are also more touching. They take the reader on an intense and life-altering journey. Amaranthine Poetry writes with brevity infused with passion. The collection is made up of short poems that take a long journey through the reader’s mind. This work is not easily forgotten. It is a collection of poetry destined to empower the reader.
Even if you don’t particularly like poetry, this collection is enjoyable. You can appreciate the stunning word choices and descriptions of nature as well as the message. It roots itself deep in your bones. Again, Notes from The Heart is not something easily forgotten. It’s exactly what it sounds like: powerful, beautiful fragments from a human’s wild heart. I’d definitely recommend this poetry collection to any reader. This is for you.