• Title: Break for Beauty
  • Author: Elizabeth Hawksworth
  • ISBN: B009JVMENW
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Break for Beauty What does a journey through years of becoming a writer look like Elizabeth Hawksworth takes her readers through a varied and unique collection of poetry and essays about different parts of her life
    What does a journey through 10 years of becoming a writer look like Elizabeth Hawksworth takes her readers through a varied and unique collection of poetry and essays about different parts of her life.Exploring religion, mental illness, self discovery and other themes, this book emulates different poetry styles and word painting to introduce readers to herself and her lovWhat does a journey through 10 years of becoming a writer look like Elizabeth Hawksworth takes her readers through a varied and unique collection of poetry and essays about different parts of her life.Exploring religion, mental illness, self discovery and other themes, this book emulates different poetry styles and word painting to introduce readers to herself and her love of poetry.

    One Reply to “Break for Beauty”

    1. If given the choice between poetry and prose, I gravitate toward the latter every time. It's not that poetry isn't amazing in its own right; I'm just one of those people who needs the words to surround me, build a picture, not with emotion and feeling, but with text. I feel prose more than I do poetry.That is not the case with Break for Beauty by Elizabeth Hawksworth.I picked it up, expecting the whole thing to go over my head and leave me cold. Instead, an intense and emotional narrative envelo [...]

    2. I am finding this very difficult to consider this poetry. Break for Beauty? Title is wrong. This book is not beautiful. It is bitter and angry and hateful. Why he hate religion? Person not deserve his hate.Beauty is flowers and trees and dragons. Cathedral beautiful yes, but hate beautiful? noI very sorry Mr. Hawksworth had sad life but not excuse for bad title of book. I wish Mr. Hawksworth have very happy future. He will write poetry about happy future and be very lucky man.

    3. I don't read poetry all that often, so for me this book was out of the norm. I enjoyed reading Elizabeth's poetry because it was out of the ordinary for me; left a message and something to think about or read over to really see the message. I truly enjoyed it!

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