The Poetry Remedy: Prescriptions for the Heart, Mind, and

The Poetry Remedy: Prescriptions for the Heart, Mind, and Soul The US edition of the bestselling The Poetry PharmacyA beautiful collection of curated poems each individually selected to provide hope, comfort, and inspiration for all of life s most difficult momentsSometimes only a poem will do These poetic prescriptions and wise words of advice are tailored to those moments in life when we need them most, from general glumness to news overload, and from infatuation to losing the spark Whatever you re facing, there is a poem in these pages that will do the trickThis pocket size companion presents the most essential fixes in William Sieghart s poetic dispensary those that, again and again, have shown themselves to hit the spot Whether you are suffering from loneliness, lack of courage, heartbreak, hopelessness, or even an excess of ego or whether you are seeking hope, comfort, inspiration, or excitement The Poetry Remedy will provide just the poem you need in that moment

About the Author: William Sieghart

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10 thoughts on “The Poetry Remedy: Prescriptions for the Heart, Mind, and Soul

  1. Michelle Kidwell Michelle Kidwell says:

    The Poetry RemedyPrescriptions for the Heart, Mind, and Soulby William SieghartPENGUIN GROUP VikingVikingPoetryPub Date 15 Oct 2019I am reviewing a copy of The Poetry Remedy through Penguin Group Viking and Netgalley The poetic prescriptions and wor

  2. Tobi Couture Tobi Couture says:

    Beautiful I had randomly stumbled upon this collection in the library, and thought Oh, good I could use some new poetry readings in my yoga classes I was familiar with some of the poets Sieghart includes, such as Hafiz, Mary Oliver, and Pablo Naruda, and al

  3. Frances Frances says:

    This was the perfect book to ring in the new year I was intrigued by the concept, a poem for any condition from emotional baggage to news overload and anxiety to unkindness to oneself , I found poems for now and poems for rainy days to come I really enjoyed editor

  4. Stacie Stacie says:

    I received a complimentary copy of this title from the publisher through NetGalley Opinions expressed are my own It seems like many people read poetry any, but I ve always loved it I recently rescued a Poem a Day anthology and have loved having something different to read

  5. Rachel Stevenson Rachel Stevenson says:

    What a beautiful selection of poems for life s ailments, from anxiety to stress, to love that goes unfilled to divorce to death, to self empowerment, these poems really help focus the mind and give perspective to the listener Poetry, read by the author is beautiful, I never knew I

  6. Debbie Walker-Lass Debbie Walker-Lass says:

    If 3.5 stars were available, that would be my true rating for this book Maybe my expectations were too high, I wantedI liked the idea of being able to choose a poem related to how I was feeling at the time I picked up the book, but was disappointed to find out there was only one poem for

  7. Bradley Bradley says:

    I love poetry and I really love the idea of prescribing poems to help soothe the injury that dealing with the world can produce That s the concept that William Sieghart has developed in The Poetry Remedy In this collection, Sieghart lists a malady, Loss for example, and then prescribes a poem, On

  8. Maria Maria says:

    I loved the idea and motive behind this literary apothecary, and I thought most of the poems chosen were poignant and exemplary to its method I do wish there were somevariance in poets, but a solid 3.5 for me

  9. Anne, Unfinished Woman Anne, Unfinished Woman says:

    I found the descriptions for the issuesso be overly long Otherwise I liked most of the poetry Interesting though that with all of the poets existing and the thousands and thousands of poems, The editor choosethan one by several poets.

  10. Anna Keating Anna Keating says:

    I love the concept of the poetry pharmacy but these poems were a bit plain and too often short excerpts I would have loved a bitin terms of range and length but still, much to take pleasure in.

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