"Break the Chains, Be Freed Within" is a collection of poems that explore personal experiences, emotions, insight, and battle with depression. They will invoke tears, sadness, and helplessness. Yet they will also offer hope and encouragement. These poems will inspire you to move forward from a dark place, knowing you are not alone, and lighten your spirit. Break away from what keeps you chained, so that you can freely live the life you want.
A collection of poems that speaks of a lot of pain, sadness, and hopelessness. A collection of poems which remind us that even in the darkest moments of our lives when things seemed to be all impossible, there's always a hope for things to get better and with God's guidance, we can win from the struggles and battles in our own lives. As long as we don't give up in trying and fighting harder in winning our own battles, we can have a better life we deserve....
Most of the poems reflect my life that made me literally cry. My favorites were "Heart of Stone, "Monster in My Head", "Harpoon My Madness", and "Break the Chains, Be Free Within". With my constant battle with bpd, this book enlightened, inspired and touched myme.
This is a recommended book with relatable collection of poems that will inspire readers especially those who suffers from depression.
Rating: 4 stars
About the Author:
Cristina Isabel was born in Miami, Florida and is very proud of her Hispanic heritage. She enjoys expressing herself through the written word, and from the age of 11, has been passionate about writing. Her favorite genres are horror and dark fantasy, however, she also likes science fiction, young adult and poetry. Cristina is currently working on her first fiction short story collection, while pursuing a degree in Marketing Management at Broward College. She is also a beta reader, book reviewer and a member of the Florida Writer's Association and Horror Writer's Association. Cristina's other interests are attending writing conferences, going to the movies and playing Sudoku.
The Bookish Ailurophile
Shin is a 27-year-old bookworm who loves books that give her adrenaline rush and makes her feel the characters' emotions. When she's not reading, she's either spending her time listening to oldies music while making some crafty stuffs made out of old book pages, or spending her time reading books with children at an orphanage.