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This book does not make me look beautiful. I cannot paint myself as a gentle flower, as an elegant rose. This book is not a moral highroad but the collection of my brokenness, a menagerie. It is years of tearing myself down to the marrow, stripping ego, in an attempt to find unanswered whys. It is a decade of love, unrecognizable to me, looking me in the face and never onc ...more
Paperback, 118 pages
Published September 14th 2018 by Independently Published
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Published author (‘Bramble’ [2018], ‘She Will Speak Series’ [2019]) and illustrator, Olivia Barnes was born in San Antonio, TX, grew up in Florida and is currently living in Georgia. Olivia has been writing since before she knew how to read, and spent most of her youth between and during classes doing so. Love and heartbreak is her central theme, as well as societal issues including race, gender a ...more
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“His gentle exploration
in search of every freckle
sparked the realization
that love does not
equal pain.”
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“The sun, a chaser to the flood;
spring, the winter.
Nature, in absoluteness, fluctuates.
It is the same for you and I.”
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