Heavy with Water and Music
|Rating||:||4.38 (599 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||100 Pages|
Heavy with Water and Music is a collection of poems and other writings put together to form a story of transition, loss, hope, and love. This book shares a raw experience of the human condition, the struggle with identity, and an attempt at finding happiness through writing, relationships, spirituality, and humor.
She has many fickle passions, including baking and cooking plant-based foods, writing, making jewelry, doing and watching improv comedy, and taking pictures of her cat. . Next on her list to learn are gardening and swing dancing. About the Author Sarah is a Los Angeles based artist, writer, friend, performer, and slugabed
She has many fickle passions, including baking and cooking plant-based foods, writing, making jewelry, doing and watching improv comedy, and taking pictures of her cat. Sarah is a Los Angeles based artist, writer, friend, performer, and slugabed. Next on her list to learn are gardening and swing dancing.
Original voice! Witty, honest, youthful and wise Nicole J Schubert Clever. Playful. Heartfelt. Smart. Thoughtful. Original voice! Brilliant and so fun to read. I am quite happy that I branched out and tried someone new. I will give this is a gift because I want to share it! Like Shel Silverstein. Yes, to me, Samuel and her poems elicit the same feeling as Shel Silverstein. And that is rare and w. Kerri Feazell said These poems make me happy to be alive. These poems make me happy to be alive! The author has a great way of looking at the world in a humorous and thoughtful way, both taking everything seriously and lightly at the same timewhich I just realized is a restatement of her title "Heavy with Water and Music." The language she uses has a perfect way of capturing this equali. I LOVED this book - reminds me of Steve Martin's 'Cruel Shoes' First things first - I LOVED this book. So worth your time for the read. Cleaver, funny, insightful it made me laugh a lot and think just enough. A quick read, but everything a stand out. It reminds me of Steve Martin's 'Cruel Shoes.' I want to see more. Highly recommend.