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Every Love

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Love can be wholesome,
Healthy and pure.
It can also be deadly,
Of this I am sure.
I've experienced many,
I've opened my door.
Of all the love that I've held
There's one thing I know,
Ain't no one has loved
Quite like me... Jann Doe.

EVERY LOVE is a collection of poetry covering my own experiences in love. From abuse, to affair, to healthy commitment, I’ve shared many love lifes… ev
Kindle Edition, 55 pages
Published July 21st 2019 by Doe Publishing
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Poetry is a fine art that comes in many forms. Although I haven't read a huge amount over the years, I'm definitely familiar with many of the famous poets, particularly from over ~150 years ago. This month, I picked up a newer artist and joined a blog tour to experience something different than I do with my usual reading habits. The title of this collection, Every Love, is a clear expression of the emotions one woman feels throughout a lifetime of pain, regret, happiness, tough decisions, happin ...more
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It’s been awhile since I have read any poetry and was happy to have a change a pace. What I didn’t realize was how much I would relate with the poet’s words and could feel experiences through the depth of the pages. Every Love is not only a great book of how love effected them, from romance to heartbreak to suicidal thoughts and abuse, it’s all together the depths of a survivor’s heart.❤ This book was deep and beautiful and I highly recommend it to anyone who reads poetry.
Candace Robinson
Jun 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I haven’t read poetry in a while but I was glad I came across this! It was the right length to be considered fulfilling yet I was able to read through the collection quickly! The poems were packed with beautiful writing, emotion, sexiness, sadness, and so much more! I highly recommend this one!
Crystal's Book World ~ Crystal Cordova
Poetry was a love of mine once long ago. In elementary/middle school years, I had pages full of them. Writing down emotions was an escape and a way to melt away the hurt and pain. Every Love is my first book of poems I have read in over a decade. I was not disappointed!! You can feel what the author has endured with love.

Every Love made me reflect that Love is not always hearts and flowers. For some parts, its not even pretty. It can leave wounds and scars. GAH! I loved how much emotions came o
Jina Bazzar
Jul 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I haven't read a poetry book since my high school years. But that doesn't mean I stopped liking it. On the contrary, every now and then I come upon a particular piece that captures my attention and echoes in my mind long after I've read it. Every love has many pieces that reverberates and ricochets inside the brain for days after you finish reading.
When I was asked to read “Every love”, I said yes, knowing I was long past due for a poetry book.
This one is the kind of poetry that – I felt – bears
Angelina Kerner
Jul 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is a great change of pace. A great book of poetry to get away into from long novels and own life. The Book Blurb is perfect!

Some of my favorite poems from the book are titled -

No muse

I believe it will be good for a reader for 16 and over.
Lili  Marcus
Jul 19, 2019 rated it really liked it
This book is not trying to change someone’s current belief but rather just sharing something pure and true and hoping that by sharing, it touches the soul of the reader.

First, I want to apologize in advance. I haven’t reviewed a poetry book before so I’m not sure if I’m doing this right but I’ll sure try my best. 🙂

Just after reading the first 4 or 5 poems, I paused, squinting at the screen of my tablet, a little confused. I wondered what the poet is trying to say because
Misty's Book Space
I’ve been reading poetry off and on for the past year or 2 and I still feel like I am new to poetry and I’m not very good at writing reviews for poetry collections but I will try my best.

Poetry tends to be hit or miss for me and I am so glad this one was a hit. I am about to prove to y’all how dumb I am when it comes to poetry but I have found that when poems rhyme I tend to enjoy them more and I tend to understand what the author is saying more. I’m sure there is a term that I should use but li
Jul 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
Reviewing a book of poems is the most difficult thing in this world. Poems are personal, a collection of one's own experiences. Who am I to say how good or how bad it is? Life for all of us is individualistic and so is our journey through it. Such is the power of poems!

While reading this book by Jann Doe, I was hit strongly by some of the poems, they coursed through me like a shot to my soul. They resonated within me like it is my life replayed. There are emotions galore if you read between the
Jody Joy
Jul 26, 2019 rated it really liked it
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I have never been asked to review a book of poetry before, and I have not read any poetry since I was in high school, so it has been a long while for me descending back into this genre, but well worth it.

When I started reading the first few poems in Jann's book the pain and sorrow blew me away the book is actually broken down in sections, so as I read I found the poems to be a personal journey of first love, unhealthy love, and betrayal.

You can feel the hurt and sadness in each toxic and unhealt
Stephanie Jane
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Every Love has something to say, I think, to every woman throughout her life. Jann evokes emotions from first love and first betrayal, running the gauntlet of unhealthy relationships, bitterness and even spite, until the woman - every woman - learns self respect is more important than simply trying to be liked. Coming to terms with ourselves and remaining true to ourselves are the only ways we can live in contentment, even though we may have
Jessica Belmont
Jul 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I am a huge fan of poetry, so when the opportunity to read Every Love came up, I jumped at the chance. Poetry is a very subjective art, and very personal for the writer.

I am absolutely in love and in awe of every word written by Jann Doe. Her words struck my heart, and I related to so much of what she said. I haven’t felt this emotionally connected to words in a very long time. I’m struggling to write this review because all I can think to say is that this is just such a beautiful collection of
Jul 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
Every Love is a book of poems that read like a life journey. I was honestly surprised how meaningful and real they felt. You can tell that the author really put her personal experience in these poems and they were not just generalized comments. There were some of the poems that really resonated with me.

“A mind full of clutter,
Emotions a mess.
Unsure of reality,
Can’t slow down,
Too much stress.”

Every love has 9 sections for all kinds of love: Young Love, Forbidden Love, Deadly Love, Obsessive Memor
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