Spilling Words-poetry on parenthood, family and life.


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Step into the ‘perfectly- imperfect’ world of parenthood, childhood and family life with "Spilling Words" Poetry on Parenthood, family and life.


This collection of poetry explores the joy, love and pressures that come with raising children and navigating the ups and downs of family dynamics. From the exhaustion of sleepless nights to the overwhelming pride of watching your child grow, these poems capture the raw and honest emotions that come with the journey of parenthood.


Through heartfelt verses and candid reflections, "Spilling Words" delves into the messy, chaotic, and incredibly rewarding experience of raising a family. With an unfiltered look at the highs and lows of parenthood, this collection will resonate with anyone who has experienced the ‘wild ride’ of raising children.


But "Spilling Words" doesn't just stop at parenthood - it also explores the complexities of childhood and the nostalgia of looking back on those formative years. From playful adventures to poignant coming-of-age moments, these poems paint a vivid portrait of the innocence and wonder of childhood.


With a blend of humour, warmth, and vulnerability, "Spilling Words" captures the essence of family life and everything in-between. Whether you're a parent, a child, or simply someone who appreciates the beauty of human connection, this collection of poetry offers a touching and relatable exploration of the ties that bind us together.



Publisher - Independent Publishing Network

Author(s) - Demelza Dhotel | Rein G.


Published Date - March 29 2024

ISBN - 9781805175704

Dimensions - 22.2 x 14.3 x 1.7 cm

Page Count - 296

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