Here lies the anatomy of the first Heartbreak. But, take my advice, you can grow, you can heal, you can learn, no matter what. Just pick yourself up and keep going.
Bones in the Garden deals with heartbreak and abuse. It’s a journey about coming to terms of the messy aftermath and laying to rest the skeleton of what used to be but it’s also about the self-discovery in loving yourself and a blossoming new relationship.
Through pain, you learned to know more of yourself and how sometimes there are mistakes that will give you an insight into something; you’ll never forget what you did but allow it to be a part of your journey as an instrument to keep moving. And this book takes me into that feeling.
This poetry book is such a beautiful collection of pieces of phrases and words that bring you to love and feel everything about it. The metaphors used was quite intelligent and the title suits what inside the book.
I enjoy reading this book and one of the amazing poetry ever composed and delivered for the world. Especially best for the heartbroken and want to go find their self in solitude.
P.S. I was lucky enough to be picked out of many to treasure one paperback copy of this book and I’m thankful I got the chance on this – thanks to Ms. McKayla, of course, for doing the giveaway. I will be glad to share this to some of my friends and recommend how good this really is.
McKayla is a 20-year-old author from Poughkeepsie, New York.
She talks about mental illness, abuse, heartbreak, self-discovery, and love in her work. In 2017, she self-published her first collection of poetry, Bones in the Garden, some years after a terrible relationship. Her second collection, Semicolon; was published recently in 2018 after a long debate to not suffer in silence. In her spare time, she is writing book reviews for self-published authors and other books she has recently enjoyed. Mckayla is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Psychology.
Thank you for reading!