Regarding the Decomposition of Words

Author: Anabelle Craig


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This little book is a comprehensive written collection of poems from a curious mind. Within these pages, topics regarding love, loss, pain, and death are explored in varying ranges of detail. The primary focus, both in my writing and in my head, are the beauty of words in general. These intricate little lines and dots that we use every day are perhaps not loved as much as they deserve. And so, I try to give each word some love and let it be the star, letting each line stand alone in all its beauty. May you see this and appreciate words as much as I do.

"I used to hate words. I was a cantankerous little thing, strongly against reading, and all words in general. Then, something changed. I started writing and writing and never stopped, until suddenly I became a poet. "Anabelle Craig is a first time author of "Regarding the Decomposition of Words" and is coming to terms with being a poet. Born and raised in a small town outside of a small town in Ontario, she was homeschooled by two artists before entering the world of teen angst at high school. A cellist, beekeeper, and lover of words.

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Black & White

Pages: 108 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Poetry

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