In the second volume of Through Loving Words, each poet recounts the intense emotions of loving deeply and then losing that passionate connection. This collection of poems describes the deeply personal experience that comes with giving your whole heart to someone only to have it be crushed, leaving you feeling utterly broken and alone. But, losing a love does not always mean depression and despair. Some use heartbreak as a catalyst to learn and grow, resulting in an even greater love. For those who have nursed a broken heart, this collection of poems will surely resonate. After all, Alfred Lord Tennyson said it best when he quipped “'tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." Romantic regret can be hard to handle, but if you can learn from it and allow it to shape how you approach future relationships, you’ll undoubtedly experience greater love in the future.
The following authors contributed to this collection: Adrian S. Potter, Alexandra Graffeo, Allan Lake, Amila Weerasinghe, Amy Trankina Wright, Anthony Watts, Ariane Komyati, B. Lynch Black, Catherine Hamrick, Courtney L. Black, Chonnie David, Darren Beaney, Donald James, Ellen R. Grace, Emma Burkhart, Fatima Elbadri, Heleina Pace, James Alexander, Jaye Frisina, John Ling, Kevin Grommersch, Kiara Carter, Leigh Faire, Liz Taylor, Lois Lee Kerschen, Marie McMullin, Melanie Boyd, Michael Baldwin, Nick Sweet, Nina Sparling, Peggy M. Earnest, Promise Keyz, Samaya Wood, Shawn Dennis, Sherri Kohler, Sky Nichols, Spero Bell, Tania Przywara, Taryn Thuynsma, Terril George, Tharangi Cumaranatunge
Foreword by Peter Fenton
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-954403-48-2
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