As part of my Christmas present, my mom said here is some cash to spend at the mall. The trip to the mall brought me to Barnes and Noble and resulted in me buying books until I could no longer carry them all. (If you are a book worm like me, then you can probably relate.) During this adventure, I decided that I need to read something outside of my comfort zone. After about a half hour, I finally left the history section and headed on over to fiction. This is where I stumbled upon a magnificent end cap displaying poetry. When I was younger, I loved poetry but, too many years of honors English had made me reluctant to pick it up again.
And that is when I found “Chasers of the Light” by Tyler Knott Gregson
I flipped through the book and saw some cute pictures and noticed that everything looked like it had been done on a typewriter. It was a short book and relatively inexpensive for a hardcover so, I bought it.
Buying this book may have been the best choice I made in 2015. It was so refreshing to read a work that felt incredibly honest. This book was filled with poems of encouragement and romance. It is unlike anything I have ever read. Even if poetry isn’t your style, give this book a chance to speak to you. I promise it is worth the read.
To give you an idea of what you are missing out on, I will add one of the poems:
I cannot say enough good things about this collection of poems. Everyone reading this should go buy it!! 🙂
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