Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You By Misha Collins

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Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You: Poems By Misha Collins


Book/Novel Author: Misha Collins

Book/Novel Title: Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You



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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER!  From Misha Collins, actor, longtime poet, and activist, whose massive online following calls itself his “Army For Good,” comes his debut poetry collection, Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You. Trademark wit and subtle vulnerability converge in each poem; this book is both a celebration of and aspiration for a life well lived.#1 PUBLISHERS WEEKLY BESTSELLER!  USA TODAY Bestseller!This book is a compilation of small observations and musings. It’s filled with moments of reflection and a love letter to simple joys: passing a simple blade of grass on the sidewalk, the freedom of peeing outdoors late at night, or the way a hand-built ceramic mug feels when it’s full of warm tea on a chilly morning. It’s a catalog and a compendium that examines the complicated experience of being all too human and interacting with a complex, confounding, breathtaking world … and a reminder to stop and be awake and alive in yourself. Read more

Be prepared to not put this poem book down. It’s absolutely amazing! My favorite Castiel has officially written a book, and it’s phenomenal!
I got this for my Granddaughter, I took a sneak peek at it and was just floored by the “poetry” contained within, it’s just like reading a pubescent boys journal I guess if you are a actor in a long running tv show you can call yourself anything and it will sell. And I fell for it. That is money and time I threw away and he gained. Well, its not a total loss, it made her happy, even for a minute.

I was amazed at Misha’s love poems. The first time I read through them, I thought “What an amazing, complicated relationship they have.” It was deeply relatable to see the tough moments mixed in with the joyful ones. But once you read his afterward, you will want to go back and re-read them. They have an entirely different tone then. And they were infinitely more relatable.


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