I’ve been sick in bed all Sunday 😦 but I had my kitten ColbyJack to keep me company (he’s 1.5 years old now). I managed to read half of Ender’s Game when I wasn’t sleeping or having my furbabies wanting attention or food. I was actually eating something in the picture. They seem to love me the most when I have food. I was kind of disappointed that I didn’t get through at least a full book, but that’s okay. It’s a new week!


Anyway! A book of poems. I stumbled across this book a couple years ago on Amazon and I was intrigued by it, because it was written by pleasefindthis. If you seen a book by a name like that, you wouldn’t be curious? I did research after I read it though, but that caught my eye and I was interested. It was a book of poems (long and short) and pictures that were so amazing.

Goodreads description:“I need you to understand something. I wrote this for you. I wrote this for you and only you. Everyone else who reads it, doesn’t get it. They may think they get it, but they don’t. This is the sign you’ve been looking for. You were meant to read these words.”

I Wrote This For You. The poems were amazing and even the short ones were so powerful. I loved every single one of them and I love going back to reread them and look at all the pictures. Below I’ll post a few of my favorites and I recommend reading it! It’s a GREAT read! Absolutely loved it and I’m not usually one for poetry.

“The bad news is, your choices and intentions, some people and places, those nights spent awake and all you’ve done, can lead you to the bottom of the pit. The good news is, this wouldn’t be the first time someone’s crawled, tooth and nail, out of hell.”

“Maybe it’s because you’re one of those people that believes that sometimes, the most reckless thing you can do with your heart, is not being reckless with it.”

“All the hardest, coldest people you meet were once as soft as water. And that’s the tragedy of living.”

Honestly, I can post these for days. They are so great even being so short. 🙂 I must stop myself and get to work!

What is a book of poems you have read?