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dabbe
Annabel Lee: Poem | Edgar Allan Poe
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#LuckyInLove
#LovePoem
@Eggs
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Being Poe, this one borders on unhealthy obsession (plus, Annabel is, well, dead), but the cadence has always haunted me, sounding like the waves rolling onto the shore.

TheBookHippie My favorite 👀🤫🖤 2w
Leftcoastzen It‘s still awesome! Yay ,Poe! 2w
IndoorDame 🤩🤩🤩 2w
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dabbe @TheBookHippie 🤩😍😘 2w
dabbe @Leftcoastzen Agreed! 🤩😍😃 2w
dabbe @IndoorDame 😍😘😍 2w
Eggs It is hauntingly rhythmic 2w
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KristiAhlers
Lullabies | Lang Leav
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Pickpick

I loved everything about this collection of poems. If you're new to poetry and are looking to find a collection that will touch your soul...this is the collection I would recommend. #poetrymatters

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GatheringBooks
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#LuckyInLove Day 10: #Stars in this newest picturebook by Gaiman - scheduled a review of this beautiful beautiful book on Monday. Review is forthcoming. 💕✨🌟🌌

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Perfect 🧡💫🖤 3w
Eggs Great choice 🧡🌟💙 3w
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#wickedwords #love

I found the whole poem for the word love.❤️
#poem #poetry

@asyouwish

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lynneamch
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Have to go with a classic for #WhyInTitle. If it's #NewYearNewBooks for anyone, it's a must-read #poem from a treasured #poet and author. @eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Eggs Absolutely 💯 1mo
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DebbieGrillo
I Place You Into the Fire | Rebecca Thomas
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Pickpick

Mi‘kmaw poet's debut explores love, pain, and history. Thomas' poems challenge norms and tell a powerful story about identity, injustice, and a new Canadian tale.

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SomedayAlmost
The Night Before Christmas. Illustrated by Leonard Weisgard | Clement Clarke Moore, Leonard Weisgard
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Merry Christmas to all the Littens who celebrate! Thanks for all the great book suggestions. #merrychristmas

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JoyBlue
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Pickpick

In a way, this graphic poem was crowdsourced into a really cool project in support of refugees. I especially enjoyed the fact that each spread was illustrated by a different artist.

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WildAlaskaBibliophile
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I bought Neil Gaiman's newest book, “What you need to be warm: A poem of welcome.“ In 2019, Gaiman asked his Twitter followers, “What reminds you of warmth?” He used their responses to write this picture book, which highlights displacement. Gaiman will be donating 100% of his royalties from the book to the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR). #bookhaul

wanderinglynn I was curious about this book, how he incorporated his followers‘ responses. 4mo
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noradickens

I really enjoyed this poem as it discussed the harsh realities of social injustices. In addition, the poem was beautifully illustrated and as it expressed the freedoms the boy would like to experience in his life.