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Let’s talk about Poppies by Amy Sexauer, a book of poetry that details one woman’s journey through war, loss, and change.
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Author: Amy Sexauer
Poppies is a book of poetry that details one woman’s journey through war, loss, and change. It’s about death and rebirth: of people, of memories, of identity. It’s about dying men and women in love, war, and family. It’s about how grief is another way to love; loss brings people together and frees us to love more fiercely.
This book of poetry was written by an American soldier who bravely served our country. There are poems about love, friendship, the pain of loss, war, change, and more. It will touch depths in who you are, how you see life, and see these things from the perspective of a soldier. Each poem will leave you learning a little more, and by the end, your viewpoint may just change on more than one thing in your life.
I give Poppies by Amy Sexauer 5 out of 5 stars.
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