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I Wrote This For You and Only You

I Wrote This For You and Only You I need you to understand something I wrote this for you I wrote this for you and only you The follow up to the international bestselling collection of prose and photography this is the third book i

  • Title: I Wrote This For You and Only You
  • Author: pleasefindthis Jon Ellis Iain S. Thomas
  • ISBN: 9781771680424
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • I need you to understand something I wrote this for you I wrote this for you and only you The follow up to the international 1 bestselling collection of prose and photography, this is the third book in the I Wrote This For You series and gathers together the very best entries in the project from 2011 to 2015 Started in 2007, I Wrote This For You is an internationall I need you to understand something I wrote this for you I wrote this for you and only you The follow up to the international 1 bestselling collection of prose and photography, this is the third book in the I Wrote This For You series and gathers together the very best entries in the project from 2011 to 2015 Started in 2007, I Wrote This For You is an internationally acclaimed exploration of hauntingly beautiful words, photography and emotion that s unique to each person that reads it.

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    1. I loved the first installment, but these were just terrible cliches packaged as life advice and delivered as "poetry." Just because you neglect punctuation and add random line breaks doesn't make it poetry.

    2. This book is written only for you. This book is written for your own scrutiny, rendering and perhaps even for your own sustaining. You don't have to explain how the words relate to you nor how you make of the photographs. After all, "No one will ever understand you in the way that you desperately want them to understand you."A barrage of threadbare phrases, one may argue. But the thing about them clichés is that they have been so common we forgot how relatable they are. This book, with its beau [...]

    3. Q: What do you call a person who reads two books in an evening?A: A NaNoWriMo participant.(Acceptable alternatives: a student, a writer, a procrastinator, a person with a deadline which does not involve reading.)(Review to come. 4.5 stars. I just love this "poetry series".)

    4. The type of poetry: Free VerseThe same Title + Photograph + Canto concept, merged along with some of volume I & II.I love you like I love sea. And I’m okay with drowning.The peculiarity I noticed about this volume is – The Titles are arranged alphabetically, I didn’t find any poetical order between prose, they stand individually beautiful.I have told sky all my loneliest thoughts of you. And all it does is shine starlight back at me. But I guess that’s what makes it such a good liste [...]

    5. That was an amazing collection. I picked this book up randomly in Barnes and Noble today knowing nothing about it. I was intrigued by the title and how there is really no author listed. I just sat here and read the whole thing in one sitting. The poems in this collection are simple and yet incredibly profound, and beautiful photography accompanies the poetry. These poems explore universal themes of love, life, death, isolation, connection, nostalgia, childhood, and time in this moving collection [...]

    6. I didn't enjoy this one as much as 'I wrote this for you', I'm not sure why, but I couldn't connect with the structure of the poems anymore I wish I enjoyed it more, though. Maybe I'll try to re-read it at some point.

    7. More repeats of the first and second bookThere were more repeats of the first and second book but some new material too. Wish it was all new material but then it would be a really short book.

    8. You actually don't read this. You take it in, Devore it, breathe it, study it, live it. They are not just words, these are experiences. “Appreciate every moment of happiness and remember it when you despair”

    9. 3.5 stars. // Book #3 in #CramaThon2015.Not exactly a series, but the same kind of book as "I Wrote This for You". (Finish a series/read the last book of a series.)

    10. “I have pretended to go mad in order to tell you the things I need to. I call it art.Because art is the word we give to our feelings made public. And art doesn't worry anyone.” “Should any child be reading this in a history book, you should know that we loved. I hope that hasn't changed.”

    11. Apparently the first instalment of this poetry series was great. This was not good. While, granted, I'm still learning about poetry, cliche statements with black and white photographs doth not a poet make.

    12. 3.5 stars Pros:- Photography was beautiful - most poems were very nice Cons: - some poems were the same in the other collection - some poems got repetitive

    13. its almost 4 am and i wanted something beautiful but short to read and this was perfect — i loved the images that went along with the poems, all of it was so human, so raw and real. yes some messages can be cliche but the way theyre told can change that entirely. i loved this a lot and i can see myself going back to it in the future.

    14. These books will be some i come back to again and again. The sequel is almost as good as the first. I might have almost cried at work when I read "The Light that Shines When Things End." So good. So true. I will recommend this to everyone all the time. Everyone should try at least once.**read my full review here! thebookhangovercast.wordpress

    15. actual is 4.5 bc it made me cry 7 entire times and thats a lot, also i think the whole concept of free interpretation (so it doesnt always have to be about the persona's girlfriend/ex bc it can be applied to you and that makes it more personal) but also not being obligated to read the entire book (as in you read and interpret it based on your experiences) is so cool

    16. "Wherever this finds you, I hope it finds you well."2.5 ⭐️Okay this is the first book I've finished in like 3 month. WHAAAAAT?!!?? It was poetry and it was alright but it wasn't really y type of poetry. I haven't gone through heartbreak in my life of the romantic sorts so poetry that deals heavily in topics of such sometimes loses me. To be fair there were other topics within the poetry and they were good but not for me.

    17. Pretty disappointed with this one. I totally adored the first installment. His words were honest and emotions were raw and I just didn't feel the same with this book. The words and emotions felt forced to me and some really horrid clichés were thrown every now and then. The constant repetition of metaphors tend to get old the third time you use it. I usually devour a poetry book in just a day's reading but I truly could not achieve it with this one. Sure, there were pieces that drew me in but e [...]

    18. since i hated the first book so much, i decided to play a drinking game with this one where i took a sip of vodka every time they said something really cliche, or every time they used a picture of a buddha statue for no discernible reason. i had to stop drinking 1/3 of the way through because i started feeling too sick. honestly i do see why other people like these books, but they definitely don't fit into my tastes.

    19. The feeling of you-don't-wanna-stop-reading-the-book-because-of-curiosity-but-it-means-you-would-finish-the-book-quicker. And I have to read the last page three times because I just can't let myself to finish it.I sighed to almost every page because it's just so beautifully written. All pages might not written for you, but once a chapter hits you, your heart will be like a rock falling to the ground.Not forget to mention the photographs. They are simply marvellous.

    20. The State Of The ArtistYou, as an artist, have the greatest responsibility of all. You are charged with trying to make people feel, in a world that tells them not to. You are tasked with speaking soft words, painting, playing, filming, writing moments of such magnitude and beauty that people rediscover their hearts one more (last) time. You are here to give meaning to the few decades we spend here. That is the reason you were sent to Earth.

    21. How do I describe this book? Take some nostalgia, add in the sound of rain from your bedroom, and then stir in just a little bit of heartbreak. The resulting mixture is basically the essence of this novel.Read the rest of my review here! wordpress/read/post/feed/

    22. I followed the blog for many years before it came together as a book. It was perfect then and perfect now, however there are a few of my favourites that aren't in the book

    23. Remember that you are the universe exhaling, a breeze waiting to blow across a field of tall grass.I mean, this has some really really beautiful words. I kind of enjoyed the first one more, I think. I found the first raw and this one's more hopeful - which says a lot about the author's mental health. I am glad he is happy. But it didn't connect with me that much. So 3.5!The world would be easier if evil were a real thing, instead of just confusion, misunderstanding, miscommunication and mispla [...]

    24. 3.5 starsThis was an interesting read, especially since i love reading books with a 2nd person point of view. I will probably give the other ones a go as i really enjoyed a few of the works others where questionable.

    25. So, I am really new to poetry, but I have been learning. And this is the first book of poetry that really spoke to me from start to finish. The photographs used for each poem really added to the feel of the read as well. Definitely recommend.

    26. I loved I Wrote This For. I remember reading it in an airport and being enthralled with it, so enthralled my mom had to elbow me so I could board the plane. When I heard there was a sequel, I knew I had to have it. Though I thought the first one was superior, I did enjoy I Wrote This For You and Only You. My favorite poem was The Fellow On a Crashing Train. I just think it captures the idea of friendship and what it actually means in all its grittiness. I've included it below because I just love [...]

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