Poetry books about self harm

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Popular Self Harm Books

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Cassidy Foust - "The Knife That Carves" (CUPSI 2015)

April is National Poetry Month, which means now is a great time to check our bookshelves: How many queer poets are there? Queer poetry is blooming with talent right now — and these books are a great place to start. Smith made a huge mainstream name for themselves with 's Don't Call Us Dead , but their first collection deserves just as much attention.
Patricia McCormick

Self-injury & Recovery Resources (SIRR)

About a few months ago at my old job I'd find myself going over to the book section and always stare at one in particular, but never actually buy it. Well, almost a week ago I decided to change my old habit and welcomed it to my many other stacks of books scattered around my room. You could say it's made itself at home. Titled, "The Princess Saves Herself In This One," Amanda Lovelace writes poetry about some pretty heavy topics ranging from bullying, self-harm, eating disorders, sexual assault to alcoholism, trauma, death and suicide. To say some of them hit home for me would be an understatement. In fact, when I had gotten to one of them in the book, I completely broke down. If you're like me, sometimes you'll tend to keep your thoughts and feeling to yourself instead of voicing them to others.


Since his debut collection, Zoom! His work combines wry colloquialism and humour with frequent poignancy, treating such perennial subjects as death, violence, and lost love with directness and wit.

October 9,, Elaine Dragonnette, Leave a comment. Introduction: Self harm is defined as harming oneself deliberately. If you have ideas, by all means implement and share them. These poems on self harm are published by poets from all over the world and are sure to keep you High On Poems! She self- harm s.

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