The Flower That Wasn’t Meant To Blossom (Writing as Curiosity)

 

PUBLISHED, DECEMBER 2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“In A Rose in the Name of Love, the world was introduced to Curiosity, the hopeless romantic. In his first collection of poems, The Flower that Wasn’t Meant to Blossom, Curiosity tells a tale of a misguided teenager who copes with falling in and out of love, growing up in motherless environment and a host of other trials. Identity inquisition and optimism in the face of uncertainty are the driving forces throughout this collection of poetry that will be sure to tug at the innocence of readers, pierce their hearts with a sharp switchblade of emotional honesty, and empathize with the world around.”

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2 thoughts on “The Flower That Wasn’t Meant To Blossom (Writing as Curiosity)

  1. Heck of an emotive title. I’m not sure that it isn’t a bit overblown for me to take the poetry seriously. It sounds like someone bashing at the heartstrings with a baseball bat.

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