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She Felt Like Feeling Nothing

r.h. Sin

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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There are moments when the heart no longer wishes to feel because everything it's felt up until then has brought it nothing but anguish. In She Felt Like Feeling Nothing, r.h. Sin pursues themes of self-discovery and retrospection. With this book, the poet intends to create a safe space where women can rest their weary hearts and focus on themselves. She Felt Like Feeling Nothing is the first book in the "What She Felt" series.

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