All the Lonely Hearts: Poetry Inspired by Music by Ella Rye @ejbookpromos @RyeElla


Title: All the Lonely Hearts: Poetry Inspired by Music
Author: Ella Rye
Genre: Free Verse Poetry, Poetry
Release Date: April 9, 2019
Cover Design: By Hang Le

Poetry
Has given me a reason
To breathe
A reason to be
Inspiration
It comes in many forms. One of those can be music. Be it the melody, or the story it’s trying to tell.
All the Lonely Hearts is an exploration of inspiration. Be it the melody, the story, or even a word. Ella Rye brings these two worlds crashing together. Each poem is inspired by a song.
All the Lonely Hearts is a collection of Free Verse Poetry.
Helpless
I feel so hopeless
Falling through all these open walls
This loneliness it seeps through
Every piece of me
Falling so delicately
Tell there’s nothing to see
They are all so blind
Days I spend in this empty bed
It’s all I know
No warmth
Even though
The fire burns
This cold takes
hold of my bones
I feel so helpless
This sickness
The scars
They have never been left to heal
It’s only me
Feeling this hopelessness
That no one else
Will ever know
I keep it behind these closed doors
Ella Rye grew up in small-town California. She grew up loving words. An avid reader from a young age. During her teen years, she developed a love for poetry and began writing. The words flowed out of her naturally, never even really knowing the type of poetry she was writing. Over the years, poetry helped her throughout her life. It was therapeutic, and now she hopes that her poetry can help those who are going or have gone through the same things. Love and heartbreak have always been a major theme.

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