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Words expressed in poetry are words that speak from the heart. Reflexions, Crappy Poetry And A Love Letter: A Non-Substantial Guide Of Poems And Reflexions For A Modern Era by Nicholas Bluebocks provides over fifteen poems of life, transparency and love. As you read through Reflexions, Crappy Poetry And A Love Letter, you are able to see inside the heart of Nicholas Bluebocks. There are various poems that you are sure to enjoy from Life, It's Not My Fault and Silence Told Me A Story to A Letter To My Ex-Girlfriend. If you love an eclectic mix of poetry, Reflexions, Crappy Poetry And A Love Letter is a great choice.
I liked reading Reflexions, Crappy Poetry And A Love Letter by Nicholas Bluebocks because of its diversity of styles. There were a few poems that stood out for me, but A Letter To My Ex-Girlfriend was one of main ones. A Letter To My Ex-Girlfriend was wild because it was almost like airing one’s dirty laundry, but isn't that what writing poetry is all about, baring your soul? Nicholas Bluebocks told it all in Reflexions, Crappy Poetry And A Love Letter: A Non-Substantial Guide Of Poems And Reflexions For A Modern Era.