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Burnt bones and beautiful butterflies

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There are aspects of my journey which have been unusual. It is my hope that through these poems the reader will gain a glimpse of perspectives of a life lived within some physical restraints, but unbound by those constraints. I was born in Sri Lanka in 1994. Because of my diagnosis of cerebral palsy, the doctors advised that I wouldn't be able to walk or talk. However, my ...more
Paperback, 101 pages
Published September 18th 2020 by CreateSpace
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Nov 29, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: english, poetry
Burnt bones and beautiful butterflies is a nice collection of poems. It was entertaining and a quick read.
Elysian  Bookgraphy
Oct 26, 2020 rated it really liked it
A poem straight from the heart, with the feeling bounded by emotions when poured on a paper in the form of words, leaves an impact on the person who reads it. Those words can strike you deeply, and you will get to know the writer’s state of mind, the circumstances, the tears, the joy of all that the poet has gone through.

Recently, I got a chance to read this book, which is a collection of poems called Burnt Bones and Beautiful Butterflies by Jerusha Mather, illustrated by David Kennett and Anja
Zarna Garg
Dec 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Jerusha has been through many things most of us never will, and invites us into her world. The poems are meditative, soft-spoken, yet reveal so much. I found this book calming and beautiful, and I highly recommend it to others.
Daria Varlamova
Nov 11, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I’ve loved following Jerusha’s journey so far and I know there is so much more to come! Her story is incredibly inspiring and her words are uniquely profound. A beautiful book for anyone that loves poetry!
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