She Is The Poem: sapphic poetry on love and becoming

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She Is The Poem: sapphic poetry on love and becoming

She Is The Poem: sapphic poetry on love and becoming

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This book was pretty mild, but nothing to end up but considering it was the first novel of this author I think it was pretty decent.

I guess, Swiftie or not, we’ll have to bear the anticipation of Swift possibly addressing the rumors to find out the truth. Stokes goes on to share more poems with many more alleged connections to Swift: references to cats, making tea, having garden parties, direct relations to songs and referencing lovers as “sunshine.

Outside of people creating new trends with the album, there are also millions of new theories about Swift's music.

On that tracklist was a song titled, you guessed it, "Lavender Haze" and this is where the theory originates. ce recueil était juste incroyable 🤎 pleins de poèmes où je me suis retrouvée dedans, où les mots ont resonnés en moi, trouvant une place dans mon cœur. Our queen mastermind, Taylor Swift, may have secretly written and published a poetry book behind our backs and published it under the pen name June Bates just days before releasing "Midnights. A lot of people are seriously speculating that she is the one who wrote the book, even though the book is accredited to “June Bates”.First, "Karma" is a song on the new album, “sleep” could be a reference to "Midnights," and “peace” which is a song from Swift's "Folklore" album. From intentional connections to Harry Styles’ music, references to previous albums, alleged baby names, or even ties to mysterious poet June Bates — can we handle any more rumors hidden in this album? We can't be all too surprised, as everyone and their mother knows Swift is known for her easter eggs.

In a short period of time Bates managed to capture the pain, beauty, and magnificence that comes with being queer in today's society. And it just so happened that it was released three days before Taylor spoke at the class of '22's graduation at New York University. What really made this theory take off is Bates’ “Sapphic” content, which made the book catnip to the many, many Taylor Swift fans who have long combed all evidence for signs that Swift is not straight, as she identifies, but actually queer. There were so many poems that I totally related to and ones I know I will come back to in the future. In Swift's song, she sings: "Pushed from the precipice / Climbed right back up the cliff / Long story short, I survived.Per usual, fans have flocked to pick through her songs, hoping to decode a lyric or unveil a secret. I read and rated the book, “She is the poem” by Julia Bates and I gave it five stars because the moment I had the book in my hands I finished it. There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command or malformed data. Se sabe que no solo hay ciertos tipos “closet”, si no demasiados, y muchas de las veces pertenecemos a uno por nuestros padres, y por sus exigencias en vivir NUESTRA vida a su manera. Swift's new album has ties to poetry released by an elusive author named June Bates, prompting fans to think the two might be the same person.

The reference to "sapphic poetry" in the collection's title has also added to the theory that Swift is alluding to her queer identity in her music.For example page fillers with the same line repeated to fill up the page- I know it has its own meaning but comes across lazy. The short answer is: No one knows who she is, and people are convinced she is Taylor Swift because Taylor Swift fans love a conspiracy. Dedicated “to girls who love loudly,” this collection contains many rally cries of self-empowerment, urging humans of all persuasions to live out loud, on purpose. Some poems read more like slogans, others like affirmations, and a few like diatribes, but all of them are necessary to understand how “she is the poem. there were some beautiful pieces here and there, but overall i thought this book was repetitive and some parts felt kind of like millennial activism.



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