People often say, “Never annoy a writer. She will put you in a book and kill you.”
These poems don’t kill anyone, but they leave the reader in no doubt whatsoever of the poet’s feelings.
Uncomfortable truths, observations about life, and unashamedly honest responses to hateful people make this collection of poems highly relatable and deeply, darkly satisfying.
They say there is a special place in hell reserved for those who prey on others.
Until then, there is A Poet’s Curse.