She Would Draw Flowers
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She Would Draw Flowers

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This poetry book, written by a Waldorf high school student, embraces life, death and love in a way that invites us in -- authentic, light-filled and down-to-earth.Kirsten Savitri Bergh was 17 when she died suddenly in a car accident. She Would Draw Flowers is her legacy of art and poetry, which weaves a rich tapestry of joy, beauty and inner transformation. At age 16, Kirs...more
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Rachel
Amazing writing for such a young soul. Makes you wonder what this woman would have accomplished had her life been longer. She's full of love, passion and music. She really sings through her words and drawings. I love this book of poetry and sketches. I first got my hands on it when I was about 15, I loved it then and I love it now. I just started reading it also to my five year old daughter and she's in love with it too!
KJ Lipkey
I'm not huge into poetry but you could tell this girl had some real passion for poetry and art. Before her father passed away, her poems were sweet and something you could imagine a teenager girl writing about (but still very well done for her age and for poetry period). Then, as life gets more serious, her poems seem to become memorials and her coping tools. It's so sad that her talent didn't get a chance to mature even more, as she should have been allowed to do, and reach it's full potential....more
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