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Memories For fans of Lang Leav this beautiful gift book is a must have Beloved pieces from Lullabies and Love Misadventure are collected together in this illustrated treasury In addition new poems that ha

  • Title: Memories
  • Author: Lang Leav
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For fans of Lang Leav, this beautiful gift book is a must have Beloved pieces from Lullabies and Love Misadventure are collected together in this illustrated treasury In addition, 35 new poems that have not been published in any Lang Leav collection offer something new to discover The author s original art is presented in lovely four color illustrations LangFor fans of Lang Leav, this beautiful gift book is a must have Beloved pieces from Lullabies and Love Misadventure are collected together in this illustrated treasury In addition, 35 new poems that have not been published in any Lang Leav collection offer something new to discover The author s original art is presented in lovely four color illustrations Lang Leav s evocative poetry in a gorgeous package with ribbon marker and cloth spine is an irresistible gift for any poetry lover

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    1. Marty :} (thecursedbooks) on said:

      I wish she didn't use poems from her other books, it seemed a bit lazy. My favourite poem is by far this one: "I know you’ve lost someone and it hurts. You may have lost them suddenly, unexpectedly. Or perhaps you began losing pieces of them until one day, there was nothing left. You may have known them all your life or you may have barely known them at all. Either way, it is irrelevant — you cannot control the depth of a wound another soul inflicts upon you.Which is why I am not here to tel [...]

    2. Emma on said:

      My only complaint is I wish it could have never ended! If you pick up only one modern poet, read this book ❣️

    3. Sita on said:

      I remember writing feverish love poems in the 6th grade dedicated to the boy who sat next to me on the bus. What I do not remember is someone stealing them, publishing them & getting 4.00 ratings on off of it. Yo, where my money at?

    4. April (Aprilius Maximus) on said:

      Poetry just isn't my thing. There were two in here though that I absolutely loved, but the rest was just meh tbh

    5. [Shai] The Bibliophage on said:

      I've got to enjoyed only 6 out of the 35 new poems/prose in this 3rd book of Lang Leav. I was anticipating that this could be better than her 2nd book, Lullabies. But I was quite disappointed that it didn't meet my expectations.These are the 6 poems/prose that I like in this book:Virtual LoveA Writer's PleaTake me someplace where I can feel something—I want to give away my heart. Tell me his name so I can know love when it speaks to me. Give me someone I can write about.Dear LoveIn LoveYou’v [...]

    6. ⊱ Poppy ⊰ on said:

      Never had any Poetry book hit me harder than this one did. Seriously there were some times when I found myself gasping on some poetries. It felt like the author has taken some thoughts from my mind and presented it to me on pages to read and to know what it felt like. This book was just something beautiful. I seriously lack words to define this, to just tell you guys to read it. I am seriously going to change my vote in poetry section. This book deserves every vote a person can give. This, this [...]

    7. Sarah on said:

      There was a time when I genuinely enjoyed Lang leav's work. But that was a long time ago before I invested the time to read actual poetry. I feel this would work for teens, and for those who are not well acquainted with Poetry.

    8. Camillia (Twenty Three Pages) on said:

      I like to think that bookstores are the easiest to steal from. You can walk into a bookstore, pick up a book, read it all, put it back on the shelf, walk out and you're done. You've stolen a book.That's basically what I did today. I read this while standing and getting a leg cramp in the bookstore. As usually, I love Lang Leav's poems and prose and this was no exception. My only problem was that she brought in poems from her other books. I felt like that was unnecessary. Why not just leave it as [...]

    9. Hiba Arrame on said:

      I loved it, the same as I have loved Lullabies, but I'm very sure I've read some of these poems back in Lullabies So, I had to trespass them, and read others to shed tears over them.I guess I love Lang Leav's poetry, I suppose I'd love her other books as well.Here are some of my most favourite poems of the book : I know you have seen things you wish you hadn’t. You have done things you wish you could takeback. And you wonder why you were thrown into the thick of it all—why you had to suffer [...]

    10. Farith on said:

      "I do know there are all kind of barriers to love. I do believe the world needs less of them."I've been thinking a lot about the rating of this book since I finished it. Now I have it more clear in my head.To explain myself more properly I'm going to quote the author from the introduction of the book."Memories is a collection of poetry and prose, hand selected from my two previous books, Love & Misadventure and Lullabies. It also features some new writing I have completed over the last year. [...]

    11. Reem Ghabbany on said:

      Memories is a selection of poetry from her 2 previous books, lullabies and love and misadventure with a few new poms why would she rewrite the same thing! it annoyed me! i didn't know that it was a collection of previously published poems! it felt like a reread and to be honest I think this was just a way for her to make money when she was too tired to write a whole new book! I hate it when writers do that!

    12. Florencia on said:

      Tie up those fingers, Florencia. Do not type anything else and move on.Love & MisadventureLullabies

    13. Maui Rochell on said:

      I was about to leave the bookstore when I saw a copy of Memories. Being a fan of Lang Leav, of course I really wanted to read her latest work but the book is kinda expensive.I read the book for about 30 minutes and left the bookstore filled with words and thoughts. Lang's words never fail to strike me. Feels like someone wrote a poetry for me of what I feel. Like when they ask me how do I feel? I would give them a copy of this book and tell them, read this and find out.

    14. MiaBakhthiar on said:

      Heart-wrenchingly beautiful. Lang Leav has pretty much articulated what every girl has gone though into strings of stunning prose.

    15. - ̗̀ ash̖́- on said:

      3.5This rating was a really hard decision to make. Starting off the book, I was really enjoying it. I found it emotionally touching and the writing to be not too complex, but not simple enough to assume Lang just scattered a bunch of words on it and called it "poetry", either. Continuing the book however, I felt torn. All the poems started to blur together with the same message, of this tragic love, and the effect that I got on the first poems were just lost. Soon I grew a little bored, and only [...]

    16. Hizatul Akmah on said:

      it's more like a lullabies + love and misadventure, tbh. nothing is new, everything is hopeless romantic.

    17. Mohamed Ghazi on said:

      I was disappointed when I read that this book has only few new poems and the content is a mix from her first and second book since I read both of them multiple times. I only knew that after buying this book. But that doesn't belittle this book and the words inside it!Lang Leav has a way of writing that gives me collection of feelings that I hardly overcome. With every page I feel a new thing and remember a new story. I loved the prose more than the poems.A great collection.

    18. CAM ♔ on said:

      Hate to say this, but I'm disappointed I absolutely love Lang Leav, but it's frustrating to realize that the majority of the poems in this book were from the first two books— Love & Misadventure and Lullabies. At least I still enjoyed some of the new piecesNotable PiecesThe RoseA Writer's MuseIn the EndReaching OutHomeSunday BestHappinessThe Saddest ThingThe NightLoveCollisionReasons

    19. Ari on said:

      OH MY GOD I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S FINALLY OVER. I am very sad about the fact that 1 star is the lowest rating you can give on , because if it were up to me, I would've given this a -5 stars. This was, BY FAR, theWorst.Book.I.Have.Ever.Read. SO BAD. SO PAINFULLY BAD. AWFUL IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD. It pains me that people dare to call this poetry. The fact that some people give it 5 stars even, makes me question the little faith I have left in humanity.The quality of this reminds me of 2009 Facebo [...]

    20. Sheida on said:

      I'd previously given a book by this author 1 star and so, naturally, I thought I should read another compilation of her bad poetry. And it was just as I remembered: bad poetry! However, the parts that weren't poetry, the rhythmic prose pages that didn't feel the need to use basic rhymes, were actually quite good and so this one gets one more star than the last one. Dear author, don't try to rhyme so much, you're much better at conveying emotion when you're not forced to rhyme.

    21. Binibining `E (of The Ugly Writers) on said:

      “Then there is the boy you can never stop thinking about. Whenever you see his name, it trips you up. Even if it’s one that belongs to many others, even if he belongs to someone else.” I just love everything Lang Leav. I love this book. It features the best from Love and Misadventures and Lullabies and some of her new poems. Definitely worth reading. Just beautiful. Might be one of her best books ever. I love the covers of the three books.

    22. Michelle on said:

      Another favourite poetry book of mine added to my bookshelves! I love Lang Leav's poetry so much and how she writes and the connection I feel with certain poems. I only slightly wish there was more new poems in this, I had originally thought the whole book was new poems instead of some new poems and then former poems from her previous poetry books. But a lot of them were my favourite ones from those so I didn't mind!

    23. Sarah on said:

      I was so excited when I found this nestled behind a stack of books in the bookshop, because I had been hunting it down for weeks.This book has a lot of mixed reviews; people seem to either love or hate this kind of book, and that doesn't surprise me. It is innocent poetry, almost childlike. It is sweet and melancholic and wishful and nostalgic.

    24. Nadia on said:

      “Love a girl who writes, and live her many lives;You have yet to find her, beneath her words of guise.Kiss her blue inked fingers, forgive the pens they marked.The stain of your lips upon her, the one she can’t discard.Forget her tattered memories, or the pages others took;You are her ever-after, the hero of her book.” ~ Lang Leav So so beautiful.

    25. bookaholic_kim on said:

      As what the title implies this book is full of poems focused on memories in the past. And most of the poems are about sadness, loss and love. I guess people are more inspired to write poems when they are down. Here are some of the lines I liked from the book.“It was words that I fell for. In the end, it was words that broke my heart.” "Which is why I am not here to tell you tomorrow will be a new day. That the sun will go on shining. Or there are plenty of fish in the sea. What I will tell y [...]

    26. theresa 🌸🥑 on said:

      "We had no ending,no said good-bye.For all my life,
I'll wonder why."

    27. Wanny Syazzo on said:

      Upon opening this book, I saw only me and you. I was like, rereading us and all the memories we once had =)

    28. Marta Botelho on said:

      2.5/5.The first part was great! Quote worthy. But the second part was sooo cheesy and not very enjoyable."Stop looking for me," Love replied, "and I will find you"

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