Review: Colour Me In Cyanide & Cherries by Mirjana M. Inalman

Check out this wonderful review of “Colour Me In Cyanide & Cherries”

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I was kindly sent a free digital copy of this poetry book by the author.  It’s an amazing book of poetry and I urge everyone to see the author’s website for more of her great work, here is my review:

Beautifully deep and powerful, this book holds a large collection of poetry which will evoke the senses and touch your soul.

‘Colour me in Cyanide & Cherries’ is a book that’s taken me a long time to read, not because it is difficult, but because I wanted to enjoy every individual poem, and wow does this book have a lot. A book of 238 pages, with nearly all filled with wonderful and deep poetry. The book is split into sections: Anatomy of a Cherry, A Deck of Cards, with a different poem for each card, and A Taste of Cyanide.

Each poem in this collection is unique. Unlike other poetry I…

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