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This Is How We Lost Each Other

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In this collection of poems, Karese Burrows navigates the treacherous path of love and heartbreak. Without sugarcoating the pain of loss or the bitterness of regret, it explores what it means to love wholeheartedly.
Kindle Edition, 59 pages
Published August 3rd 2018 by Platypus Press
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Maybe a 3.5? Aggressively heterosexual love poems but my faves were In short here’s the truth, We Are Not God’s Best Miracle, Poem for Your Leaving (one of my fave poems ever), and Litany.
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Apr 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Easily one of my favorites of 2018. This stunning collection about longing and loss of a relationship left me in awe.
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Karese Burrows is a poet and graphic designer from The Bahamas. Her first chapbook, 'This Is How We Lost Each Other', was published by UK independent publisher Platypus Press in August 2018. Karese's poetry has previously been featured in both print and online publications including Kingdoms In The Wild, The Rising Phoenix Review, Harpoon Review, L’Ephemere Review, Penstrike Journal, and Words Dan ...more

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