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F*ck You Haiku: Little Breakup Poems to Help You Vent, Heal, and Move On

F*ck You Haiku: Little Breakup Poems to Help You Vent, Heal, and Move On

Current price: $17.84
Publication Date: January 16th, 2024
Publisher:
S&S/Simon Element
ISBN:
9781668054406
Pages:
192
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Description

Get through any relationship split with this collection of relatable, impassioned, and irreverent breakup haikus.

When her marriage came to a sudden and infuriating end, celebrated relationship columnist Kristina Grish found solace in a unique outlet—penning fiery breakup haikus. Now, she shares her cathartic creations in a compilation designed to guide you through the wreckage of your split.

In F*ck You Haiku, Kristina has compiled more than 100 breakup haikus— drawing inspiration from her own tumultuous love affairs and universal experiences that strike a chord with us all. These poetic gems serve as a lifeline for anyone grappling with heartbreak, providing a cathartic path to healing.

Representing a range of emotions and clever ways to vent about your ex, these haikus are entertaining and enraging, as well as enlightening and empowering. So, if you’re currently going through a breakup—whether you did the deed or are on the receiving end of it—let this collection of inventive poems help you say “f*ck you” to that special someone and eventually “love you” to yourself.

About the Author

Kristina Grish covers women’s lifestyle topics, including health, relationship, celebrity, fashion, fitness, and pop-culture trends for various national magazines. She’s contributed features, essays, and profiles to CosmopolitanMarie Claire, Real Simple, Martha Stewart Living, Martha Stewart Weddings, Women’s Health, Self, Shape, Health, Fitness, Men’s Health, Vibe, and Teen Vogue.

Praise for F*ck You Haiku: Little Breakup Poems to Help You Vent, Heal, and Move On

"Her new book, “F*ck You Haiku: Little Breakup Poems to Help You Vent, Heal, and Move On” (Tiller Press), is a collection inspired by past breakups and more universal experiences many will relate to (“Your stuff’s in a box/On the front lawn of my house/Covered in bird s–t.”)."—Mackenzie Dawson, The New York Post