All I See Is You: Poems and Proses on Motherhood (Jessica Urlichs: Early Motherhood Poetry & Prose Collection Book 2)

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All I See Is You: Poems and Proses on Motherhood (Jessica Urlichs: Early Motherhood Poetry & Prose Collection Book 2)

All I See Is You: Poems and Proses on Motherhood (Jessica Urlichs: Early Motherhood Poetry & Prose Collection Book 2)

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You see, princes are like a mirror, a school, and a book in which subjects look, learn, and read how they're supposed to act. Just like a well-fed dog or a stuffed hawk—unable to smell well or fly quickly— will pursue their desired prey lazily or even reject it entirely, Tarquin took more than his fill that night. Author, poet and mum of 3, Jess captures the beauty, the joy and the messy truths of motherhood in her poignant, raw and beautifully honest poems.

She peered out from under her eyelids, hoping that what she saw was just a trick of her imagination, something her eyes simply thought they'd seen in the near-darkness. This 8-pointed sun has the shape of the sacred star symbol that is made up of two squares and a circle. These worlds in Tarquin new ambition bred; Who, like a foul ursurper, went about From this fair throne to heave the owner out. Look, as the full-fed hound or gorged hawk, Unapt for tender smell or speedy flight, Make slow pursuit, or altogether balk The prey wherein by nature they delight; So surfeit-taking Tarquin fares this night: His taste delicious, in digestion souring, Devours his will, that lived by foul devouring.

Both collections I have read feel like must-haves for any new parent and bring so much comfort and validation. At that time Sextus Tarquinius being inflamed with Lucrece' beauty, yet smothering his passions for the present, departed with the rest back to the camp; from whence he shortly after privily withdrew himself, and was, according to his estate, royally entertained and lodged by Lucrece at Collatium.

He had so convinced himself that what he was doing wasn't wrong that he started to pray for her, as if he thought heaven wouldn't mind his sin. He found it hard to keep his gazed fixed on him because Collatine was so good and Tarquin himself was betraying him. Personalised advertising may be considered a “sale” or “sharing” of information under California and other state privacy laws, and you may have a right to opt out. Me hizo ver que no soy la única, y que la culpa, la falta de paciencia, los gritos, etc son males comunes en la maternidad. I'll give away my guilt by crying, and my tears will cut into my cheeks like water erodes steel, showing the shame I feel.And why would Collatine brag about his own precious wife, when he should be protecting her from listeners who would try to steal her?



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