A Page From My Book

Stasis

A page from my book “Confessions of a Wallflower” A poetry collection about depression, healing, and self-love. You can purchase your own copy here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1542396859 🌷🌷🌷

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A Page From My Book

I Am Beautiful

A page from my book “Confessions of a Wallflower” A poetry collection about depression, healing, and self-love. You can purchase your own copy here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1542396859 🌷🌷🌷

A Picture of My Book II

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Thank you stouf73 from the United States for taking a picture of my book ❤ It means a lot. ✿ Wishing you hope, love, and healing. ✨

Confessions of a Wallflower my debut poetry collection is available here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1542396859 

Confession of a Wallflower Reviews

David Rollason

Amazon Customer

Confessions of a Wallflower is a poetry collection about depression, self-love, and healing. You can purchase a piece of my soul here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1542396859

Growth

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When both a girl and a boy finally lets go of each other because they know they’re not meant for each other—that’s a tragic moment for them. Millions of stars will die. Thousands of planets will sigh. Hundreds of shooting stars will ask lots of whys every time they pass by this planet. And a parallel universe will cry over the sad result in this universe.

But despite the dismay of the celestial wonders—mother nature will celebrate their loss like how flowers bloom in spring. Because mother nature knows that once a boy lets go of a girl, and a girl lets go of a boy—they’ll eventually grow from their temporary sorrow.

That’s the moment when a boy becomes a man, and a girl becomes a woman.

Confessions of a Wallflower, page 211

Fool’s Paradise

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I gave her the kind of love that I read in books. I wrote her letters. Took her to parks. Kept photographs of her. Went to late night drives with her under the stars. Fantasy was all I could really give her.

Confessions of a Wallflower, page 143