Planting Gardens in Graves III

Planting Gardens in Graves III

From the beloved author of Whiskey, Words, and a Shovel comes the third and final volume in his newest series. r.h. Sin completes his bestselling series with Planting Gardens in Graves III, another powerful collection of poetry that hones in on the themes dearest to his readers. This series celebrates connection, mourns heartbreak, and above all, empowers its readers to se...

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Title:Planting Gardens in Graves III
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Planting Gardens in Graves III Reviews

  • Ashley Lhérisson

    Great book of poetry. Very vulnerable and powerful. Written with extreme emotion and very relatable.

  • Rachel-Morgan Lanouette

    You can feel his anger but it's done so tastefully.

  • Cynthia Anne

    I love r.h. Sin! Yes, he has honed in what he does best! His poems flow seamlessly in a progressive development of his thoughts. He finds the deep innards of the emotional moments that make us human, that we share as a humanity. This is his perspective from his guts, his empathy for others. I find I can relate to his words, they are insightful and truthful. He is mighty with the words of our language. The book is primarily micro-poetry, which is a little nugget of wisdom, concise in its nature.

    I love r.h. Sin! Yes, he has honed in what he does best! His poems flow seamlessly in a progressive development of his thoughts. He finds the deep innards of the emotional moments that make us human, that we share as a humanity. This is his perspective from his guts, his empathy for others. I find I can relate to his words, they are insightful and truthful. He is mighty with the words of our language. The book is primarily micro-poetry, which is a little nugget of wisdom, concise in its nature. This is today’s wanted variety of poetry. Fiction can take you on a journey outside yourself, poetry at its best takes you on an inward journey, this is what r.h. Sin does well.

  • Kend

    Poetry collections, especially about romantic emotions I do not and cannot share as an ace/aro/agender person, are always a hit-or-miss experience for me. That said, Sin's short pieces sometimes resonated greatly, including "where you touched me":

    ... and the self-aware "dead things":

    ... and the October-vibey "shipwreck":

    Poetry collections, especially about romantic emotions I do not and cannot share as an ace/aro/agender person, are always a hit-or-miss experience for me. That said, Sin's short pieces sometimes resonated greatly, including "where you touched me":

    ... and the self-aware "dead things":

    ... and the October-vibey "shipwreck":

    ... really

    work for me. It's worth noting that the majority of Sin's poems evince a sort of "I regret everything" mentality, but occasionally there are beautiful little beats like "just thinking":

    ... so it's not always harrowing. I know of several friends I could pass this on to, but I don't want to drop a three-star rating without acknowledging that part of the fault in not giving it more stars is mine: I haven't read the preceding two volumes, and the tone and focus of this one specifically may be less my jam and wheelhouse than the others. So take my rating with a large grain of salt. Like, at least a sea salt crystal, or possibly a crystal from one of those second-grade passive science experiments we used to do in the 1990s.

  • Steven

    I love this guy but he needs to shake it up! This book was repetitive and just felt recycled! Not his best work!

  • Brooke

    I read this while 75% asleep but I’m pretty sure it was still bad

  • Deanna

    2.5

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