For those readers who long to get swept up in poetry, check out Mary Szybist’s Incarnadine, which was voted Amazon’s Best Book of the Year in Poetry in 2013 and won the National Book of Poetry award that year as well.
However, even if you are not usually a fan of poetry, you’ll still enjoy Szybist’s work because it’s not static and it covers a wide range of topics. From thoughts on love, motherhood, and even religion, Incarnadine urges readers to open their eyes and see things as they really are. There’s also a sense of vulnerability in the author’s works too—her poems allow the readers to take a peek into her heart and soul.
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