Can’t Think Straight

Today it is my pleasure to welcome Isabel Scheck and her book Can’t Think Straight, a collection of Sapphic poetry.

As a part of this virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions, Isabel Scheck will be awarding a $10 or $15 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour and to find more chances to win.

A collection of 35 poems in which a poet thinks about women a little too much… (Sapphic poetry)

 

 
 
 
 
 

Read an Excerpt

Poem no. 30: She’s Captured My Heart

My feelings for her rattle in my heart and spill over into my ribcage like thunder in my chest.
Her laughter sounds soft;
like rose petals and scented candles.
When she glances my way the butterflies
shoot through my heart, puncturing my lungs. Her pretty eyes are all I look for in others.
My feelings for her climb in my heart like
ivy getting stuck in every crevice of my ribcage. Her tattoos have captured my attention
and so has her lovely personality.

About the Author

Isabel is a self-published author and artist who comes from England, but lives in Switzerland. She works with children, which she adores, but she also loves to write; especially in the genres of fantasy, poetry and romance. She uses experiences and images as inspiration to create words. Isabel also loves to express herself by drawing.

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