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Lost and Wander is a collection of inspirational poems by Elizabeth Guerra covering a range of topics from grief to pain and messages about living your life to the fullest. It aims to motivate us and uplift our spirits. Guerra talks about the dark moments many go through and the painful journey to success or achieving dreams. She equates our inner struggles to a battle between angels and demons and encourages us to embrace every moment because life is short. She also encourages us to be true to ourselves; whether a weirdo, a nerd, or a nobody, we are all special, and each of us matters.
If you need a collection that will strengthen you and keep you on the path to happiness, Lost and Wander is for you; the poems can be used as words of affirmation to guide you during dark moments. Elizabeth Guerra uses simple words and a calm tone to deliver powerful messages about overcoming pain and accepting your identity. The poems also promote self-confidence and love. The joy of knowing who you are and what you want to achieve is a vital part of living. There is a poem for everyone, and each poem is passionate and will stir your emotions, no matter who you are or where you come from. Lost and Wander is not just a collection of thoughts put on paper but a beautiful work of art. I suggest you get a copy and enjoy this life-changing work.