Unspoken words: The things I wanted to say but I never did by Author Antonella Silipigni
Unspoken words: The things I wanted to say but I never did by Author Antonella Silipigni is a book full of wonderful touching poems.
This book is a a collection short poems of spoken or written words that expresses ideas or emotions in a powerfully vivid and imaginative style wrote in the absence of rules and a basic structure. A typical communication seeking sounds, images, emotions and messages through the lines.
With a total of 114 pages, this book is a waltz of poems about death, immortality, faith, pain, grief across the past and the present. Research, revelation and freedom through a long-term condition, quarantine and counselling unveiled truths. Games through words and rhymes where you can find hints of humour that burst through. Tough-minded poetry.
Antonella’s writing passions cover a wide range of topics apparently distant each other, but she writes what she and people feel, her superpower to read through the emotions.
This book’s writing is so beautiful, and I highly recommend everyone to read all the poems. I could not put this book down. It will surely appeal to all sorts of readers.
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