Yrsa Daley-Ward: bone
In her debut poetry collection, Daley-Ward strips the complexity of sensuality, mentality, and spirituality down to its bone. By cutting straight to the human sufferings, her poems are powerful yet accessible. Even though I don’t read as much poetry as I should, I appreciate the simplicity in her prose. Here are a few of my favorites:
Loving someone who hates
is a special kind of violence.
A fight inside the bones.
A war within the blood.
It’s never too late to be wise.
See how your spirit has been
The difference between attraction
how it kicks you in the belly every
now and then.