Lang Leav’s latest poetry book, September Love may be one of the few good things 2020 has given us. Much like her other poetry books, in September Love, Lang shares with us a collection of poems that are comforting, enlightening, and empowering.
September Love contains 224 pages of poems discussing love/unrequited love, heartache, closure, and personal growth. Through Lang’s words, you can tell she’s no stranger to these topics. While the majority of her poems are short-form, they have a powerful message and an air of vulnerability that speaks to readers on many levels.
Whether you’re feeling heartbroken, sad, or confused, there’s a Lang Leav poem that will resonate with you. September Love contains timely and important messages that will help break you out of whatever funk you may be in. Personally, when I’m feeling low, it often takes reading a Lang Leav poem for me to remember my worth. Lang’s words always strike a chord with me and help me pick myself back up.
After reading Lang Leav’s poetry books, I always feel more certain about who I am, what I deserve, and where I’m going. September Love is no exception. Poems like Self-Preservation and Limbo remind me to remember my self-worth. Let It reminds me to not give too much power to my anxiety. While poems such as The Golden Rule remind me to stay true to myself as a writer. Lang’s words are full of clarity, wisdom, and reassurance. Whatever reminders you may be needing, September Love is likely to have meaningful messages for you.
This year has been tough on all of us. Though the pandemic has overtaken a large portion of our lives, there are still personal problems we all struggle with. So, if you’re in need of a pick-me-up, I highly recommend reading September Love.
Lang Leav’s latest poetry collection, September Love can be purchased on Amazon & where most books are sold.