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 From the beloved author of Whiskey, Words, and a Shovel comes the third and final volume in his newest series. ...

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Title:Planting Gardens in Graves III
Author:R.H. Sin
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Genres:Poetry
ISBN:1449489443
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:192 pages pages

Planting Gardens in Graves III Reviews

  • Sana
    Dec 09, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Kend
    Oct 30, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

  • Rachel-Morgan Lanouette
    Nov 24, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

  • Ashley Lhérisson
    Nov 18, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

  • Melissa N.
    Dec 27, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Deanna
    Dec 09, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

  • Michelle Addams
    Oct 25, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Steven
    Nov 12, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

  • Kathryn
    Dec 11, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Mandi Magdic
    Dec 28, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Future
    Oct 26, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Sue
    Oct 23, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Adelia
    Dec 30, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

  • Danielle
    Nov 26, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Hailey Black
    Dec 26, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

  • Jani
    Jan 02, 2019

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Julia Sapphire
    Oct 06, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Julie Dimas
    Nov 05, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Jill Pouliot
    Jan 08, 2019

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

  • Suzan Unland
    Jan 01, 2019

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Amy Marsh
    Dec 08, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Jeanette Porcaro
    Dec 18, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

  • Jessica Clarke
    Jan 04, 2019

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Brooke
    Nov 04, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

  • Cynthia Anne
    Dec 10, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

  • Valerie Manuel
    Nov 09, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • libby ✨
    Jan 02, 2019

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Lilly Van Buren
    Dec 27, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

  • Amanda
    Dec 06, 2018

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...

    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": i wish my skin was a suit i'd unzi...

    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 ot...

    I was really disappointed with this book. Don't get me wrong there were a few poems that felt pure and resonated with me, but for the most part, the poems felt recycled from his previous work. It was lacking in originality, imagery and a poetic feel. I felt like I was reading depressin...

    Unfortunately, I am done with reading r.h sin?s work. While he is a good writer, I have just not experienced backstabbing, untrustworthy relationships. Because of my lack of bad experiences, I just cannot connect to his writing at all. Plus, after reading this trilogy, and the whiske...

    I rate every rh sin novel 5 stars because let?s be honest he?s the shit. ...

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

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

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

    3.5 ...

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

    2.5 ...

    Never ceases to dissapoint. R.H. Sin's is unmatched. Incredible writing. Good quality poet. ...

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  • Maria Garcia
    Jan 11, 2019

    I am not a poetry hater. I love the work of amazing poets/writers; people full of talent, inspiration, major purposes and so on. Among those I mention, I could easily include Nayyirah Waheed and her work Salt, or Alberto Ramos and his amazing work eighteen. I could even include the cha...