Date & Time

Date & Time

Phil Kaye's debut collection is a stunning tribute to growing up, and all of the challenges and celebrations of the passing of time, as jagged as it may be. Kaye takes the reader on a journey from a complex but iridescent childhood, drawing them into adolescence, and finally on to adulthood. There are first kisses, lost friendships, hair blowing in the wind while driving t Phil Kaye's debut collection is a stunning tribute to growing up, and all of the challenges and celebrations of the passi...

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Title:Date & Time
Author:Phil Kaye
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Genres:Poetry
ISBN:1943735360
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Date & Time Reviews

  • Gwen
    Oct 25, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

  • Glenda York
    Nov 15, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

  • Eloise
    Nov 08, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Manal Ghanem
    Oct 31, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Sameena H
    Oct 02, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Yaritza Cordova
    Nov 18, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

  • Fallen Catalyst
    Oct 27, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Darshita Jain
    Oct 02, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

  • Bryant Loney
    Oct 14, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Jonas
    Oct 06, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Kayla
    Sep 20, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

  • alexis
    Dec 11, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Sara
    Oct 17, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

  • Madison Rene'
    Oct 21, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

  • Gryffin  Tylers
    Nov 13, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

  • Chelsea McMillen
    Nov 16, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

  • Her
    Oct 28, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Alex
    Nov 07, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Sriti Jha
    Nov 25, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • LexReads
    Nov 17, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

  • Ashley Warren
    Sep 26, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Maya Williams
    Oct 08, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

  • Michelle Dreyer
    Nov 01, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Rhonda
    Oct 21, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

  • Sabrina Benaim
    Oct 06, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Hannah Clark
    Nov 12, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Nusrat Farzana
    Nov 08, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Reagan Colyer
    Oct 10, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • Valin Paige
    Nov 09, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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  • AnnieOhh624
    Sep 29, 2018

    Phil Kaye knows how to use euphemisms. He just does it so effectively that you are caught up in the beauty of his poetry and do not realize how and when the poem hit you the hardest. I come from a broken home and Phil Kaye's utter honesty broke my heart. His book resonated with me on s...

    Phil's poems are genuine and raw with emotion. I cried and laughed reading this book. ...

    Almost as good as his spoken word performances. Hadn't cried over my parents' divorce in a while so thanks I guess ...

    I?m in love with spoken word poetry and Phil truly is one of the greats. Fist off the cover is gorgeous, second off the poetry was lovely. I know of Phils work mainly from his videos on button so It was really interesting to see some of his poetry was written out and what style it ta...

    Raised in a California beach town by a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, the author first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. He has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. In 2015, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama fo...

    Phil Kaye's collection re-emphasizes the importance of time, and the intricacies of healing that comes with time, is non-linear. His focus on divorce, relationships, race, history, mental health, body image, the present in our post 2016-election era, and family in his poetry is worth d...

    I was so sure I'd love this because I've always been in awe of how well he and Sara Kay can perform together and work together towards amazing progress in the world through their writing and artistry. But I was not prepared to laugh and weep without even knowing why - everything about ...

    //3.5// This is a good collection. Emotionally vulnerable, well thought-out premise. Only reason it is not receiving a higher rating is because it feels like it could still benefit from editing, from finding what truly shines and removing other elements that may distract from tho...

    Absolutely wonderful. ...

    This is the first collection I?ve read by Phil Kaye, and while he?s a talented poet, I?m not a huge fan of his style. I particularly loved ?Unalienable?. 3 stars. ...

    Phil's Use of Language is exquisite. it is beautiful, relatable, heart warming, and definitely worth the read. ...

    Mesmerizing! ...

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