Seventeen-year-old poet, Ambrosia, shares a selection of her poetry in three parts. The imagery she can portray in her verse are enticing and enthralling. Her emotions are laid bare on the page as she lets us explore the world from her view.
Ambrosia reflects on the people who influence her view of life and her verse and ties in nicely in her poetry. She lays herself out as an open book in her verse and draws the reader in with excellent imagery and emotion. The poetry has something for everyone, to relate to in their own lives and view of the world.
Her poignant verse encourages reflection and tells a tale through her poetry that is compelling and will touch the heart of the reader, while still being accessible to anyone. Ambrosia includes personal references in her poetry that really brings it alive.
ISBN : 978-1-80439-107-5
Pages : 94
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Oscar Wilde wrote, ‘She lives the poetry she cannot write'. Ambrosia, however, seems to find herself writing the poetry she cannot live. Although she is only seventeen, so she supposes she's not in too much of a rush. She loves going to Arsenal games, listening to ‘The Lakes' by Taylor Swift, reading Albert Camus, and ordering dough balls at Pizza Express. She has a slight caffeine addiction and sometimes she dances alone in her room. She hopes to, one day, study philosophy and continue to write poetry. Sending all her love, enjoy xxx