I Wrote This For You: Just the Words

I Wrote This For You: Just the Words

First some thoughts, then a widely followed blog, then a successful book, I Wrote This For You is a phenomenon that has touched countless people around the world. The almost complete works of over 400 poems is contained in this book with select photography. Each section reflects on an aspect of life, love and loss and is a book to keep close by for years to come. It was, a...

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I Wrote This For You: Just the Words Reviews

  • Elizabeth

    This is the sort of book that you can't really review. What you take out of these words is entirely up to you, nobody can read it in the way you can. Personally, this was everything I needed to read. And no doubt it'll be something I go back to, time and time again.

  • Tasfia

    I think I may have judged this book too early to start with. But as I kept reading I figured out the greater purpose of this book. The thing that fascinated me the most about this book is that each person who will read this will have a different interpretation of it. Each and every quote in this book can be applied to anyone's life however they wish. Each and every one of the quotes were so beautiful, I just wanted to tab every single page, except that it was borrowed.

  • Chelsea

    I want this entire book painted across my bedroom walls.

  • Kate ♡

    This was just incredible. Some of the most unique, and beautiful poems I’ve ever read.

  • Ronak Gajjar

    The type of poetry:

    And still:

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    concept, merged along with volume I. But,

    This one was divided among substantial titles:

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    The type of poetry:

    And still:

    The

    +

    concept, merged along with volume I. But,

    This one was divided among substantial titles:

    ,

    ,

    ,

    ,

    ,

    and

    . Well, titles themselves justify the same hierarchical order followed in volume I.

    The constant paradox between quotations is pleasantly bizarre. One second you fight with your conscience, next second you pamper it, third you end it up crying, very next a splintered smile! Such as:

    You feel an unruly nervousness.

    And you are suddenly in Bazaar of wishes.

    Rather than being so abstract, the verses are simple yet precisely adequate to convey the meaning. I will recommend again this one to everyone.

    Let me end it with my favorite quote:

    P.S.: I Am NOT restraining myself from showering this review with cheesy gifs. It made me feel “Love” isn’t, after all, an alien feeling.

  • Guille

    It was repetitive and also, A LOT OF POEMS.

    They had the same ones as the previous book so I was reading the same.

    2.5

  • Yvette

    If you are looking for elegant poetry with wonderful imagery and words put together in a beautiful way you've never thought of before, skip this book.

    This book reminds me of Lang Leav, whose work I do not enjoy. It took me a year to finish this book, which is a pity because I remember being really excited for it at first.

    When I read poetry, I expect to feel something. Of course, poetry doesn't have to make literal sense, but I expect the meaning of the poem to be

    .

    In this book, everything is

    If you are looking for elegant poetry with wonderful imagery and words put together in a beautiful way you've never thought of before, skip this book.

    This book reminds me of Lang Leav, whose work I do not enjoy. It took me a year to finish this book, which is a pity because I remember being really excited for it at first.

    When I read poetry, I expect to feel something. Of course, poetry doesn't have to make literal sense, but I expect the meaning of the poem to be

    .

    In this book, everything is said, and nothing is shown. You are told how to feel, and why you are feeling this way. The words are flat and literal and boring. For example:

    Most of the book is filled with sappy lines like those. Yes, there are a few lines I loved such as

    There are a number of pieces that would have worked very well if only the author trusted the reader to infer and make their own meaning more. A pity; I so wanted to like this book.

  • Jenna

    I wanted to like it, I did. There were some really wonderful pieces that might even stay with me for a while. But they were few and far between in a book of poetry that was all tell and no show. It mostly felt repetitive and too obvious.

    I think many of the poems would have been better as a line in a longer poem than they were attempting to stand alone. Some of them I genuinely thought I had already read earlier in the work. The poet uses a lot of parallel structures and repetition of themes, bu

    I wanted to like it, I did. There were some really wonderful pieces that might even stay with me for a while. But they were few and far between in a book of poetry that was all tell and no show. It mostly felt repetitive and too obvious.

    I think many of the poems would have been better as a line in a longer poem than they were attempting to stand alone. Some of them I genuinely thought I had already read earlier in the work. The poet uses a lot of parallel structures and repetition of themes, but it doesn't come off as intentional. As a whole work it just felt like it could have used some major editing.

  • Caroline

    I bought this book when it was quite cheap and thought I would like it because, in general, I enjoy poetry. I struggled a bit with this book. I just found all the poems to be a bit...

    . They were all very

    and although they seemed nice when I first read them I found I forgot them immediately after putting the book down.

    to them in my opinion and it just seemed like they were a bit cliche,

    I bought this book when it was quite cheap and thought I would like it because, in general, I enjoy poetry. I struggled a bit with this book. I just found all the poems to be a bit...

    . They were all very

    and although they seemed nice when I first read them I found I forgot them immediately after putting the book down.

    to them in my opinion and it just seemed like they were a bit cliche,

    Not the book for me but others might still enjoy it.

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