All the Words Are Yours by Tyler Knott Gregson | Review

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All the Words Are Yours by Tyler Knott Gregson | ReviewAll the Words Are Yours: Haiku on Love by Tyler Knott Gregson
Published by TarcherPerigee on October 20, 2015
Genres: Poetry
Pages: 144
Format: Hardcover
Source: Publisher
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Here starts the journey

Every day for the past six years, Tyler Knott Gregson has written a simple haiku about love, and posted it online. These heartfelt poems have attracted a large and loyal following around the world. This highly anticipated follow-up to Chasers of the Light, presents Tyler’s favorites, some previously unpublished, accompanied by his signature photographs, which capture the rich texture of daily life.

This vibrant collection reveals the intimate reflections of one of poetry's most popular new voices -- honest, vulnerable, generous, and truly present in the gift that is each moment.

(Last Updated On: June 11, 2022)

Last year I was lucky enough to discover that I absolutely love poetry. There’s just something about it. It’s so magical, and in the shortest period, there’s an entire story. The words can almost always double as lyrics as well. Reading poetry is such an enchanting experience. That’s why I absolutely love All the Words Are Yours.

This book is filled with tons of haikus about love, and each one is so different than the other. There’s also amazing imagery on every page, which I just could not get enough of. Plus, since the book is a very easy read because of the poetry, I read it again as soon as I finished! Yes, it was just that good.

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This haiku collection was one-of-a-kind and absolutely charming. I’ll be sure to check out more of Gregson’s works in the future. In the meantime, I suggest that you check out All the Words Are Yours!

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