By Nayyirah Waheed
Salt is a trip via heat and sharpness. This number of poetry explores the realities of a number of identities, language, diasporic lifestyles & soreness, the self, neighborhood, therapeutic, occasion, and love.
"You can't remain
what you need to say (who you actually are)
and what you want to say (who you fake to be)
your mouth used to be now not designed to consume itself.
"At first look, the e-book turns out type of empty. a number of sentences on each one web page, a few poems a bit longer yet no more then a web page or . yet that vacant area that's left on the finish of every poem is there for a cause. It's there to offer you time. Time to procedure what you learn. that vacant area is helping you concentration, is helping you notice that even though the web page might sound to be empty, it's whatever yet. The phrases desire the distance. The intensity of the phrases want it. i want it. Salt is amazing."
– Ryan Hasan (comment at Amazon's site)
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