I love this book, it is one you can keep rereading when you need to. The amount of relativity in this book was transcending for me, I was for sure on a natural high of thoughts.

I love this book, it is one you can keep rereading when you need to. The amount of relativity in this book was transcending for me, I was for sure on a natural high of thoughts.

tagged as: letters to a young poet. book. reading.

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