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Seeds Planted in ConcreteRegular price$14.99 Sale price
This collection is a manifesto of the journey every human being takes throughout their life; an assembly of words that celebrates the resilience of the human heart through stages of hurting, feeling, healing and loving. Bianca Sparacino’s first collection of work is one that will speak to the very depths of those who read it, inspiring a will to love, and live.
This book features a selection of beautifully hand-lettered poems.
Your Journey Has To Start Somewhere
Wherever you are on your journey of healing, there is a chapter in Seeds that will speak to your heart. That is why I wrote the book. That is how I wrote the book — from a place of healing, from a place of having been through the hurt, through the confrontation, through the mending, and finally, despite having doubted that I would ever feel whole again, through the process of coming back home to myself. However, Seeds isn’t filled with personal poetry that you can’t relate to — it is filled with lessons, with insights, with words that give you permission to dive into yourself and feel deeply, because Seeds isn’t just my journey or my growth — it is yours, too. As you go through the chapters, I hope you dig deeper into what you are feeling, what you need to forgive within yourself, and by the end of the collection, I hope your heart feels a little lighter. I hope your heart feels empowered. I hope you forgive yourself for accepting less than you deserved in the past. I hope you believe, with a ruthless certainty, that you are worthy and deserving of love, and everything you want in life. I hope you feel lighter.
— Bianca Sparacino