We Died In Water

By Meg Flores // Pub date Oct 1 2019.


OVERALL : ☆☆☆☆

This is all it takes to disbelieve a thing – a glimpse. A soft undoing.

We Died In Water is a bewitching poetical memoir that forces the reader to fully grasp the journey enclosed – both the heartache and learning that comes about from a relationship.

Though I have no experience in heartbreak, in leaving or being left, I did find myself engrossed in how Flores manages to almost make her troubles seem artistic. She mixes paragraphs that drag you like sand meshing into the ocean ,  and a sentence or two crashing into you like waves. I found myself rereading pages, and pausing at some to just think about the hurt and continuity that both mother and daughter went through.

We come apart and turn colorless.

As someone who is very much into poetry, a couple of pages from this work has made itself into my journal. Thank you for pouring your heart into these pages.

If you would like to pick up a copy of We Died In Water, please visit your local book store or if you prefer to get yourself a signed copy, head to Flores’ shop.

credits for my image, made using:

Ipad mockup: Anthony Boyd Graphics

Scene mockup: Junnxy @ CM

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