Best Death, Grief & Loss Poetry Books
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1. She Fits Inside These Words (Volume 4) (What She Felt)
Author: by r.h. Sin
From New York Times bestselling authors r.H.Sin and Robert M. Drake with bestselling poet Samantha King Holmes comes an ode for all women. This is the time to look into the mirror and see everything you’ve been fighting for.
Yourself, a peace of mind, and everything your heart deserves. You fit inside these words.
2. Home Body
Author: by Rupi Kaur
Andrews McMeel Publishing
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of milk and honey and the sun and her flowers comes her greatly anticipated third collection of poetry. Rupi kaur constantly embraces growth, and in home body, she walks readers through a reflective and intimate journey visiting the past, the present, and the potential of the self.
Home body is a collection of raw, honest conversations with oneself – reminding readers to fill up on love, acceptance, community, family, and embrace change. Illustrated by the author, themes of nature and nurture, light and dark, rest here. I dive into the well of my bodyand end up in another worldeverything i needalready exists in methere’s no needto look anywhere else- home
3. Ashes of Her Love
Author: by Pierre Alex Jeanty
After the burning blaze of a failed relationship, she is often left alone to deal with the smoking aftermath. Best-selling author Pierre Alex Jeanty helps to bring clarity and understanding to the countless women who are faced with the reality of heartbreak.
Ashes of Her Love exposes the fire for what it truly was, and encourages women to drown out the embers that threaten to reignite. With this book, women are inspired to free themselves from the weight of dead relationships, find freedom in walking away, and are empowered to stay away and avoid the reoccurring cycle of heartache.
If you’re in a dying relationship, walking away from a terrible love story, learning to put what is no longer good in the past, Ashes of Her love is the fire you need to turn the pages and start writing a new love story.
The ending is just the beginning
4. The Sun and Her Flowers
Author: by Rupi Kaur
Andrews McMeel Publishing
Rupi Kaur is the Writer of the Decade. The New RepublicFrom rupi kaur, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of milk and honey, comes her long-awaited second collection of poetry. A vibrant and transcendent journey about growth and healing. Ancestry and honoring one’s roots.
Expatriation and rising up to find a home within yourself. Divided into five chapters and illustrated by kaur, the sun and her flowers is a journey of wilting, falling, rooting, rising, and blooming. A celebration of love in all its forms.
This is the recipe of lifesaid my motheras she held me in her arms as i weptthink of those flowers you plantin the garden each yearthey will teach youthat people toomust wiltfallrootrisein order to bloom
5. Healing Words: A Poetry Collection For Broken Hearts
Author: by Alexandra Vasiliu
Overcome anxiety.Discover a new way of self-love. Heal your heart’s woundsHealing Words’ is an empowering poetry book about love, heartbreak, depression, anxiety, loneliness, healing, hope, self-love, inner strength, personal transformation, and happiness. Written for all of you who have wounds in your hearts, this uplifting poetry book is here to help you.
To help you learn how to love yourself. To help you heal your heart’s wounds. To help you let go of your past and fears. To help you defeat your depression and overcome your insecurities. To help you win over your pains.
To help you turn your tears into hope. To help you let your unique light shine out. To help you appreciate your worth. To empower you to rise again and move on confidently. Healing Words’ is a compelling journey that will have a positive impact on your life: you will heal your heart’s wounds, grow in a wholesome way, and change into the best version of yourself.
Come, take this journey; healing is the best gift that you can give to yourself. The paperback contains beautiful black-and-white drawings.
6. Don’t Wait Til I Die To Love Me
Author: by Michael Tavon
Don’t Wait Til I Die To Love me and is a book about the nuances of life and how precious it is. The author takes his readers through a journey of self-discovery. In vivid detail he spills his thoughts and deepest feelings towards love in every dimension.
Tavon hopes the readers will gain a new outlook life while learning how to appreciate the little things we take for granted . Don’t Wait Til I Die To Me’ is such a simplistic title with a nuanced meaning which can relate to people in many ways.
The people who find themselves to be overlooked or undervalued will resonate with pieces like To The Ones Who Hurt Me and For The Misunderstood. Pieces such as Dying Mother and Five Sense will have the readers feeling remorseful towards humanity and Mother Earth.
The purpose of this book is to allow each reader to learn more about themselves and become hopeful on their healing journey. Tavon wants his readers to know they’re not alone. He also hopes people will become proactive when it comes to loving themselves, other people, and the environment.
7. How Far You Have Come: Musings on Beauty and Courage
Author: by Morgan Harper Nichols
How Far You Have Come is an exquisitely illustrated collection of poetry and essays from bestselling artist and writer Morgan Harper Nichols. In the midst of the hurt and the mundane, the questions and the not yets, you can forget just how far you have come.
Morgan weaves together personal reflections with her signature poems, encouraging you to reclaim moments of brokenness, division, and pain and re-envision them as experiences of reconciliation, unity, and hope. As Morgan reflects on the moments that shaped her, she invites you to:Awaken your heart and recognize how your own history has made you who you are todayInto a deeper understanding of pressing on and pressing in, of transformation and surrender, of meaning in the losses and wild anticipation for the splendor ahead Reclaim moments of brokenness, division, and pain and re-envision them as experiences of reconciliation, unity, and hopeBecome who you are in the moment you hold right nowA Wall Street Journal and Publishers Weekly bestselling author, Morgan has cultivated a loyal online community, over a million Instagram followers, and an in-person following as she shares her unique message around the country.
8. She Felt Like Feeling Nothing (Volume 1) (What She Felt)
Author: by r.h. Sin
New York Times BestsellerFrom the bestselling author of the Whiskey, Words, and a Shovel series comes this poetic reminder of women’s strength. There are moments when the heart no longer wishes to feel because everything it’s felt up until then has brought it nothing but anguish.
In She Felt Like Feeling Nothing, r.H. Sin pursues themes of self-discovery and retrospection. With this book, the poet intends to create a safe space where women can rest their weary hearts and focus on themselves. She Felt Like Feeling Nothing is the first book in the “What She Felt” series.
9. She Just Wants to Forget (Volume 2) (What She Felt)
Author: by r.h. Sin
A beautiful dedication to powerful women who are tired of wasting their thoughts on people who were never worth thinking about. She Just Wants to Forget is the second title in the “What She Felt” series. She Just Wants to Forget is the follow up to the New York Times bestselling poetry collection She Felt Like Feeling Nothing by r.H.Sin.
10. When He Leaves You
Author: by Michaela Angemeer
When He Leaves You is a collection of short poetry and prose, biopsied with tears and red wine. It dives into themes of love, loss, a connection to water, and never forgetting what it means to be alive. Separated into six sections: Childhood, Him, Everything Is You, Over, Repairing, and Perspective, it takes you on a journey to find a new outlook.
11. Great Expectations
Author: by Charles Dickens
I loved her against reason, against promise, against peace, against hope, against happiness, against all discouragement that could be. Charles DickensGreat Expectations is Charles Dickens’s thirteenth novel. It is his second novel, after David Copperfield, to be fully narrated in the first person.
Great Expectations is a bildungsroman, or a coming-of-age novel, and it is a classic work of Victorian literature. It depicts the growth and personal development of an orphan named Pip. The novel was first published in serial form in Dickens’s weekly periodical All the Year Round, from 1 December 1860 to August 1861.
In October 1861, Chapman and Hall published the novel in three volumes. Dickens originally intended Great Expectations to be twice as long, but constraints imposed by the management of All the Year Round limited the novel’s length. The novel is collected and dense, with a conciseness unusual for Dickens.According to G.K.
Chesterton, Dickens penned Great Expectations in “the afternoon of [his] life and fame.” It was the penultimate novel Dickens completed, preceding Our Mutual Friend. It is set among the marshes of Kent and in London in the early to mid-1800s.
12. Love is a Dog From Hell
Author: by Charles Bukowski
A classic in the Bukowski poetry canon, Love Is a Dog from Hell is a raw, lyrical, exploration of the exigencies, heartbreaks, and limits of love.
13. The Collected Poems
Author: by Sylvia Plath
Pulitzer Prize winner Sylvia Plath’s complete poetic works, edited and introduced by Ted Hughes. By the time of her death on 11, February 1963, Sylvia Plath had written a large bulk of poetry. To my knowledge, she never scrapped any of her poetic efforts.
With one or two exceptions, she brought every piece she worked on to some final form acceptable to her, rejecting at most the odd verse, or a false head or a false tail. Her attitude to her verse was artisan-like: if she couldn’t get a table out of the material, she was quite happy to get a chair, or even a toy.
The end product for her was not so much a successful poem, as something that had temporarily exhausted her ingenuity. So this book contains not merely what verse she saved, butafter 1956all she wrote. Ted Hughes, from the Introduction
14. the sun will rise and so will we
Author: by Jennae Cecelia
The Sun Will Rise and So Will We, is a poetry book filled with all things sunshine without ignoring the storms.Pain is real.Anxiety is real.Depression is real. Hardships in life are real. I hope when you pick up this book you feel heard and comforted.
Even if it doesn’t seem like it right now, your sun will rise once again, and I am cheering you on for that moment. What will it feel like, when your sun rises?
15. In My Head
Author: by J.M. Storm
“Sometimes I wonder if there are others like me. Who feel everything and everything has feeling.”In My Head, the debut release of one of Instagram’s most popular poets whose writing has been liked by millions, dives below the surface of love, loss, and life.J.M.
Storm has crafted a haunting yet hopeful poetry collection that is meant to be felt as much as it is read.
16. Permission to Mourn: A New Way to Do Grief
Author: by Tom Zuba
The death of someone we love cracks us open inviting us to become the person we were born to be. This is the book Tom Zuba wishes he had read after his daughter Erin died. And after his wife Trici died.
It’s the book he wishes he’d been handed following his son Rory’s death. But Tom had to live it.First. Before he could write it.For you. In the beginning, Tom did grief the old way. Repressing, denying, pretending, numbing and stuffing every feeling and every emotion that arose.
He created pain on top of pain until he began searching for a new way. A new way to do grief. Once he gave himself permission to mourn, healing began. Along the way, Tom discovered that: * Grief is not the enemy.
Grief can be one of our greatest teachers. It’s the stories we tell that determine whether or not we will heal. We will always have a relationship with the people we love that have died. We were not born to suffer.
We were born to be radiant. There is a new way to do grief. Let Tom Zuba teach you how.