The day my kisses tasted like disorder is a collection of poetry written by Emmanuella Hristova. Each poem tells a story like a memoir. It reflects the ups and downs the author has gone through. The death of her sister, relationships, the good, the bad and everything in between.
The poems are also a beautiful and descriptive way of the author expressing her core emotions towards her encounters. It is a delicate touched natured work of what appears to be covering love, loss, and the feelings that each poem wishes to pass along.
The literature was admirable, and I enjoyed how easy it was to understand the references and poetic lyrical nature of the work. Other poem books are just so hard to relate to or to understand, but this collection was quite the opposite.
As one enters a relationship, they face the initial rush of love, excitement, joy and if it does not work out well, then the anger, loss, feeling down follows through.
I believe in improving the work; the electronic version of the collection would have benefited from having separations between chapters or segment. The work was merely separated by dates and sometimes titles, but it was still not clear.
Altogether, I thought this was a well-polished poetry book and would be suitable for people who are into art and poems.
Written by Jeyran Main