[EBOOK] (Said the Shotgun to the Head)


Ve this or don t et it but I wanted to try it anywayI marked some interesting pages and parts but everything else nope Said the shotgun to the head is I Was A Stranger genius Just pureenius I don t know where that man ot his talent but I d so love to just pick his brain He s so ood he makes me want to be better at everything i doI want to be as ood at anything as he is at writing poetryI will never stop looking for that thing and when I find it my life will be worthwhile even if I never make a dime I cant love him or this book it will never leave me Holy shit I m crying just typing this review even though I finished the book Like 10 Minutes Ago This Is The Book That Reignited 10 minutes ago This is the book that reignited love for poetry Although only half this book made sense to me and typically that would infuriate me this was just absolutely GORGEOUS Williams had me from page one and in this book he criticized the patriarchy war religion and this was enerally just a roller coaster ride that brought me to tears It was so raw and it was centered on a love story but rew so much in these 182 pages Highly highly HIGHLY recommend and i m oing to o read his other two poetry books that I own right now. Ghest and lowest freuencies of understanding into an Incongruent mean of babble and brillian. ,


Se laid out in the introduction if it went through the depths Williams initially spoke of but nah let s introduction if it actually went through the depths Williams initially spoke of but nah let s it about phallic weapons smashing into metaphorical female body parts the clich womb vulva etc Ooh and make it angry Like Rage Against the Machine influenced poetry written by a 14 year old Sprinkle with pop culture references and call it a book By the end see page 175 I was laughing at what Williams accused children of inheriting from their fathers murder This was of course bolded in a font three times larger than the previous statements I m oing to uess my laughter was not the response William wanted Even with all I can balk at in the collection Williams occasionally still HAS HIS UOTABLE MOMENTS PAGES 25 his uotable moments pages 25 67 70 78 and 171 but overall his emotion isn t inked out in a way that translates to the reader not even with all his raphic designer support One star Not even half of this made sense to me so I m not Moonrise (Snowfall, going to rate itAll I can say is that I saw a lot of potential and interesting topics not only love but also social commentary and political stuff but the format just didn t work for me I already knew either I wasoing to lo. Please ive blood Here is the account of a man so ravished by a kiss that it distorts his hi. Said the Shotgun to the HeadSaul Williams is a hip hop ARTIST ACTOR WRITER AND SLAM POET actor writer and slam poet best experienced live If that s the case his poetry collection said the shotgun to the head is said the shotgun to the head is euivalent of canned laughter said the shotgun to the head is one big poem broken into numbered sections counting down from 10 Williams starts his pretentiousness in the introduction stating his belief in a female od because of a passionate kiss a kiss that inspired the book Williams basically writes through his feelings but apparently doesn t Hello, Snow! go back and edit with his mind Instead he hasraphic designers use different font types styles sizes and backgrounds I m all for this type of endeavor when it succeeds like in the visual edition of Philip Yancey s What s So Amazing About Grace but the visuals better help the words on the page and in this case simply tweaking the font comes off as nothing than a pretty distraction To me said the shotgun to the head just looks like far too much style over way too little substance I m sure Saul Williams could tell you the importance of capitalizing the i on one page and not on another but I don t much care I d be willing to run with the premi. The reatest Americans Have not been born yet They are waiting uietly For their past to die.

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