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Love Her Wild

The first collection of poetry by Instagram sensation Atticus.Love Her Wild is a collection of new and beloved poems from Atticus, the young writer who has captured the hearts and minds of hundreds of thousands of avid followers on his Instagram account. In Love Her Wild, Atticus captures what is both raw and relatable about the smallest and the grandest moments in life: the...

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Love Her Wild Reviews

  • anna

    *whispers* so bad that milk and honey read like a masterpiece.

    heteronormative through and through also some of the 'poems' were offensive.

    like the one saying brushing a girl's hair behind her ear is better than any drugs. hmmm say what.

    then when he said depression is like being color blinded and everyone keeps telling how colorful is the world around you. are you sure boy

    to sum it up this is like john green for poetry and if you swing that way then yes this one is absolutely for you.

  • Clumsy Storyteller


    to me

    is stumbling in the dark

    searching for

    the right words

    to describe

    the feeling

    I get

    when she smiles

    while she sleeps.

    *Right in the feels*


    is diving headfirst

    into someone else’s confusion

    and finding

    that it all makes sense.

  • Glitterbomb

    This book is a collection of what I'm going to call "Modern Poetry". Think Milk and Honey, and others of that ilk. I feel this is more of a collection of meaningful phrases and sentiments rather than traditional poetry.

    In saying that, I did really enjoy this for what it is. The poems are beautiful, evocative and full of soul. The book itself is delightfully presented, being interspersed with gorgeous, moody, photography among the sentiments, which complimented the feel of this collection perfec

  • ellie

    okay, as a whole, i would NEVER recommend this. listen to me. there are some good poems here, but there is just so much trash too. and the good parts aren't worth the trash. the parts that made me feel something were the handwritten ones - not only were some of the best, they felt meaningful and so i felt affected by them. and then. you see something like this:


    I want a quiet life

    other times

    I want to go

    a little bit

    fucking Gatsby.

    i mean...this is poetry? i wonder how much time it took him

  • Whitney Atkinson

    this book isn’t horrible. it was quick and fun, light and easy. but every poem was just sooo short and seemed overly simplified. there were a handful of clever ones, but the majority of these just read like sentences in a greeting card or really dated, cheesy sayings. i really only enjoyed the last section that was about going out and living your best life, because the previous sections about romance were just so cliché and corny.

    however, the pictures in this were GORGEOUS and went really well a

  • Robin Bonne

    Short, adolescent Tumblr poems that are closer to platitudes. I listened to the audiobook, which was a brief 40 minutes, and it was an odd experience. The poems were cliché and should have stayed on the internet.

  • Marilena and books⚓

    Ένα βιβλίο για την αγάπη,γεμάτο συναισθήματα..

    “A sky full of stars

    and he was staring at her”

    Είχε κάποιες σκέψεις που μου άρεσαν και τις ξεχώρισα,όπως και οι ασπρόμαυρες εικόνες που υπάρχουν στο βιβλίο και το αναδεικνύουν περισσότερο.

    “I will follow you my love,

    to the edge of all our days,

    to our very last tomorrows.”

    “Love her but leave her Wild”

  • Erin

    I would not recommend this book, but be careful if you agree with me. I published a negative review on Amazon under my real name, and the author or one of his fans searched for my name in order to harass me on my personal account (ironically calling me a troll for having a negative opinion while using my real name, while they created fake Facebook accounts). Luckily they caused no lasting damage, but be aware that negative reviews of this book may be retaliated against.

    As for the book, I was su