16 Best poetry books of 2018 that will make a poetry lover grin from ear to ear

The beautiful season of monsoon has arrived with full throttle. One of the interesting part of monsoon is to get engrossed in the gripping best romance poetry books of 2018 that will allure you to the extreme. So, are you all set to know the books that will keep you to the edge of your seat in this cool climate? Check out the 16 best poetry books of 2018.
Here you go:

#1 The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur

This is one of the best-selling poetry books of 2018 that will thrill romance readers to bits in this cool rainy season. From Rupi Kaur, the top ten Sunday Times bestselling author of milk and honey, comes her long-awaited second collection of poetry. Illustrated by Kaur, the sun and her flowers is a journey of wilting, falling, rooting, rising and blooming. It is a celebration of love in all its forms.

#2 Philia & Sophia by Nikitha Hingad

From the various engaging poetry books by the best poets of 2018, Philia & Sophia will leave you mesmerized. Blurb: Just like the title suggests Philia and Sophia is a compilation of poems and writings on love and wisdom. The compilation consists of well-crafted poems written in diamante, haiku, sonnet and free style of poetry. Philia is a set of heart touching poems with ubiquitous themes like proposal, betrayal and memories of love. Sophia on the other hand leaves the reader with a message, a moral and inspiration for better living. Sophia makes the reader really think and Philia makes the reader feel. Philia and Sophia intend to touch the heart, soul and stir deep thoughts.

Though there are various books to read once in a lifetime, but this is one of the best poetry books of 2018 that you must add in your library in this cool climate.
Blurb: This book is the best collection of engrossing romantic poetries: Acrostics, long narrative, rhymes and some awe-inspiring quotes that will thrill you to bits. The quotes will motivate you to think positive in life! What happens when you just have to clear 1 step for the success, and you face a mishap? Will you give up? Will you again stand for chasing your goal, no matter how tough it is? Read to know, why doctors are like god on this earth, in the story, "The Chocolate Cake". This book is from the famous poets of 2018 and one of the best romance poetry book to read in this pleasant rainy weather.

#4 Symphonies of Love by Bernard D’sa:

From various best-selling poetry books of 2018, this is another poetry book that you must be reading this rainy season. Blurb: The book consists of 51 poems, though the book might better be considered a single long poem, since all the poems share a theme of Friendship, Love, Romance, Hope, Trust and Belief in God. When I have an idea, I want to communicate it. God has made the universe in abundance and we need to enjoy every moment of it. Enjoy reading the poems for it serves all phases of life. Get Inspired and Keep Inspiring.....

#5 Yesterday I was the Moon by Noor Unnahar

Blurb: Noor Unnahar is a young female voice with power and depth. The Pakistani poet’s moving, personal work collects and makes sense of the phases of collapsing and rebuilding one’s self on the treacherous modern path from teenager to adult. Tinged with the heartbreak of a broken home and the complexity of a rich cultural background, yesterday I was the moon stands out from the Insta-poetry crowd as a collection worth keeping. yesterday I was the moon centers around themes of love and emotional loss, the catharsis of creating art, and the struggle to find one’s voice. Noor’s poetry ranges from succinct universal truths to flowery prose exploring her heritage, what it means to find a physical and emotional home, and the intimate and painful dance of self-discovery. Her poetry and art has already inspired thousands of fans on Instagram to engage with her words through visual journal entries and posts of their own, and her fan base only continues to grow.

#6 Such is her life by Reecha Agarwal Goyal:

You know her as a mother, daughter, sister, wife, daughter-in-law.
But seldom as a woman . . .
And maybe never as a human.
Get ready . . . it’s time to unlearn and learn.
A collection of musings that will have you reeling in a wave of emotion long after you are done reading, this powerhouse of work will make you smile, cry, go red in anger, nod your head in agreement and grasp the finer nuances of what it means to be her in today’s world.

#7 Roses & Carnations by MS Sneha Satheendran:

Roses and Carnations is a collection of poetry and prose that focuses on the Existence of women, Loss, Heartbreak, Feminism, Parenthood, Abuse, Healing, Empowering, Inspiring and Rising. It focuses on the expressions of a woman as a whole. A strong withhold of the true beauty and the existence of a woman in the world. The reason life moves forward and generations exist in the first place.

#8 Midnight Musings by Romila C:

Though a short book of just 26 Haiku poems. It's an anthology of contemporary English-language haiku with a willingness to have a broad definition of what constitutes haiku. It has lots of good stuff in it. Read the whole book to know more. The poems are on different themes with lots of depth and insight.

#9 Desire to Hope by Manya Kohli:

A voice of every teenager, you'd know what you feel. If you ever believe that your worlds is crashing down this book will understand.

#10 Eclipsed Suns and Their Echoes by Deepali Sharma:

From looking at a wound and wanting to dig deeper to dancing naked as a cheer to her still thumping heart, ‘Eclipsed Suns and their Echoes’, is a cluster of words trying to capture the voyage of a young girl’s torment, her numbness and her recovery. With an urge to visit Motherland, a place created by her grandfather, she ends up coming face to face with it’s darkest realities. All alone in an unknown landand fighting to get back her once lost identity, she finds solace in poetry and art. Will this uncertain road of recovery actually bring her back home or will she end up losing herself once again?

#11 Unsettled by Aditi Babel:

Aditi took her first international flight as a six-month-old from the vibrant Indian capital of Delhi to the metropolitan city of Dubai. Since then, she has lived in five and traveled to over thirty countries. In this collection of poems, she explores themes of identity, commitment, and belonging as she navigates first dates, lust, and love in a new home on her path to self-discovery.

#12 Lost & Found by Gopica:

An anthology of 80 poems, the book ‘Lost &Found’ is a mixture of various themes that one may be able to identify in their lives.
Being an involuntary victim to the glorified rat race, blinds people from the intricacies and the minutiae of the so called ‘gifted life’. The poems try to depict the trials and tribulations that may seem unique to an individual, but may also be universally biding us all at a very humane level.
These poems have been written over a decade, and after numerous failed attempts, have been finally brought together in the shape of this book. The intent of this book is to strike a chord with the readers at a very intrinsically mortal level.
Exploring constructs of happiness, self-love, faith, sadness, existentialism, belief, despair, and companionship, the book could be your go to whenever you feel strong emotions, of any kind.

#13 Uncaged Wallflower by Jennae Cecelia:

Uncaged Wallflower is for those who feel trapped in the thoughts their minds produce, unable to express them with the rest of the world out of fear of critique or disagreement.
For the people who need an extra dose of positivity in their day.

#14 Her by Pierre Alex Jeanty:

"Her" is a collection of poetry and prose about women, their strengths and beauty. Every woman should know the feelings of being loved and radiating those feelings back to her mate. This is a beautiful expression of heartfelt emotion using short, gratifying sentiments. If there is a lover in you, you will not get enough of "Her."

#15 Inward by Yung Pueblo:

Inward is a collection of poetry, quotes, and prose that explores the movement from self love to unconditional love, the power of letting go, and the wisdom that comes when we truly try to know ourselves. It serves as a reminder to the reader that healing, transformation, and freedom are possible.

#16 Heart Talk by Cleo Wade:

A beautifully illustrated book from Cleo Wade—the artist, poet, and speaker who has been called “the Millennial Oprah” by New York Magazine—that offers creative inspiration and life lessons through poetry, mantras, and affirmations, perfect for fans of the bestseller Milk & Honey.


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