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Elle Nash's “I Can Remember the Meaning of Every Tarot Card But I Can’t Remember What I Texted You Last Night” is a collection of vulnerability and love despite rocky times, telling these stories through the tarot's knowing eye.

Elle Nash’s i can remember the meaning of every tarot card but i can't remember what i texted you last night is a winner of Nostrovia! Press’ 2016
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Paperback, 25 pages
Published 2016 by Nostrovia! Press
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Peter Derk
Aug 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Wow.

As with a lot of poetry, this can be a tough read. Not because the prose is difficult to parse, but because it's very dense emotionally.

Even though you could read this in an afternoon, I recommend spreading it out over a few days. I think it sinks in better that way.

I think the world created in this book will be sticking with me for some time.
Zoë Micah-Montoya
i used to feel nothing at all
now i feel everything all at once
it comes out in violent outbursts


let me be completely honest here. i don't know if i found this book or this book found me. i clicked on the author's name and it appeared. it was wonderous. wonderful. tarot cards and poetry make for good lit. two things i wish i could do: write with the same raw passion and remember the meaning of every tarot card.
Lonnie Allen
Sep 02, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Viscerally heartfelt.
Allison
Sep 19, 2016 rated it really liked it
Strong poems written around themes of relationships, sexuality and the evolution of self-image through the lens of tarot cards
Mavis Groves
Sep 02, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Very thought provoking, enjoyed it very much
Mj
Dec 31, 2017 rated it liked it
I picked this chapbook up at a writer’s festival because the cover caught me and the subject matter sold me. I have been finding ways to slip tarot into my own writing, and I wanted to see someone else’s example.

Nash writes stark, somber, hard verse that does not try and glam the real world. It is an extremely quick read that took me far too long to finish, because it wasn’t the kind of mindset that I was ready for. I rarely connected with the poetry on a personal level, but they were still good
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Shelves: poetry
"the most painful realization
of my adult life has been that
most people are not interested
in meaningful exchange"

in the poem "nine of swords reversed"
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Shelves: 2017, poetry, women
"do you think i will ever tire
of being excited by you
and your exit wounds"

my favorite poems:
- the king of pentacles
- queen of swords reversed
- the sun
- the hierophant reversed

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