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50 Whispers Poems By Extraordinary Women

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When it comes to poetry, the voices of women have always held a special place. Their words carry profound emotions, narratives, and perspectives that resonate with readers from all walks of life. The power of poetry lies not only in its ability to express emotions and experiences but also to challenge societal norms, inspire change, and ignite conversations.

In this collection of 50 whispers poems, we dive into the world of extraordinary women poets who have crafted extraordinary pieces that touch the soul and provoke contemplation. Each poem brings forth a unique blend of emotions, imagery, and storytelling, inviting readers to explore themes of love, empowerment, resilience, and self-discovery.

1. "Whispers of Strength" by Sarah Thompson

Through delicate verses, Sarah Thompson reflects on the strength and resilience that lies within every woman. Her words encourage readers to embrace their inner power and rise above adversity.

50 WHISPERS: Poems By Extraordinary Women
50 WHISPERS: Poems By Extraordinary Women
by Kim Addonizio(Kindle Edition)

4.8 out of 5

Language : English
File size : 3008 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
Print length : 167 pages
Lending : Enabled
Whispers Of Strength By Sarah Thompson Image Of A Silhouette Standing Confidently Amidst A Storm 50 WHISPERS: Poems By Extraordinary Women

2. "Silent Echoes" by Emily Walker

Emily Walker's "Silent Echoes" captures the essence of longing and lost love. With a haunting simplicity, she explores the bittersweet memories that whisper in the depths of the heart.

Silent Echoes By Emily Walker Image Of A Person Gazing At A Window Pane As The Rain Pours Outside 50 WHISPERS: Poems By Extraordinary Women

3. "Unleashed Freedom" by Sophia Roberts

Sophia Roberts' "Unleashed Freedom" celebrates the journey of self-discovery and the liberation that comes with embracing one's true self. Her words encourage readers to break free from societal expectations and embrace their individuality.

Unleashed Freedom By Sophia Roberts Image Of A Bird Soaring In A Clear Blue Sky 50 WHISPERS: Poems By Extraordinary Women

These are just a few glimpses into the captivating world of whispers poems created by extraordinary women. Their words have the power to touch hearts, spark conversations, and inspire change. Each poem offers readers a unique experience and invites them to reflect, connect, and find solace in the beauty of language and emotions.

Whether you are a poetry enthusiast or just beginning your poetic journey, exploring the works of these extraordinary women is a step into a world where emotions are beautifully crafted into words, where stories unravel in the depths of the soul, and where whispers become melodies that resonate with the human experience.

4. "Crimson Petals" by Harper Anderson

Harper Anderson's "Crimson Petals" paints a vivid picture of the complexities of love and desire. Her poems explore the passionate hues of emotions, unveiling the vulnerability that lies beneath the surface.

Crimson Petals By Harper Anderson Image Of A Single Red Rose With Dewdrops 50 WHISPERS: Poems By Extraordinary Women

5. "Mending Scars" by Isabella Rodriguez

"Mending Scars" by Isabella Rodriguez explores the journey of healing and rediscovery. Through her introspective verses, she delves into the power of resilience and the beauty that arises from embracing wounds.

Mending Scars By Isabella Rodriguez Image Of A Pottery Piece Being Delicately Repaired 50 WHISPERS: Poems By Extraordinary Women

Each poem within this collection carries its own unique story, holding the power to weave emotions into a tapestry of nurturing whispers. These extraordinary women poets have left an indelible mark on the world of literature, reminding us of the strength, beauty, and resilience that lies within us all.

So, immerse yourself in this exquisite collection of 50 whispers poems by extraordinary women. Feel the power of their words sweep over you, enliven your soul, and ignite your imagination. Let these whispers be a reminder of the strength and resilience that reside within you, waiting to be set free.

50 WHISPERS: Poems By Extraordinary Women
50 WHISPERS: Poems By Extraordinary Women
by Kim Addonizio(Kindle Edition)

4.8 out of 5

Language : English
File size : 3008 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
Print length : 167 pages
Lending : Enabled




As I put together this anthology, three mantras resounded in my head: My sisters’ words are my words. My sisters’ words are my words, so I must do them justice. My sisters’ words are my words, so I must choose the words that speak closest to my beliefs.

I share this mantra with you because I believe it is important to understand that I do not intend for this book to reflect a historical reading or academic inquiry of the history of the female, antifeminism, and/or suffragist culture. There are plenty of fine scholars who have already done the research, specified research, on individual poets and years and social constructs that circle back to the power of the female: I encourage you to do that reading. Rather, this is a book designed by a poet, who is also a woman, with the intention of creating a protected space for the dynamic, lyrical, and heart-wrenching female voices of the past to mingle together.

For many, womanhood is an inescapable myth, a lifetime of predetermined emotions and values and categories in which many do not fit: girlhood, sisterhood, motherhood. These poems speak to each other in that they fill the others’ grooves; the way they move on the page and in the mouth echoes the sentiments of the past to pave the sounds of the future. The individual history of each one of these women is made possible because of the ones who came prior, thus they are intertwined. Some of these women, like Gertrude Stein, Emily Dickinson, or H.D. are still celebrated in literary circles today. Others like Lady Kasa or Helen Gray Cone have hid in the shadows: this is their place to shine. In a way, this anthology was created so that these exquisite and already intertwined deserving female poets finally had a safe haven. In a way, I set off to create a sisterhood.

Even though each poem in this anthology is a voice from the past, each one has something important to say about the essence of being a woman today. Listen to these poets as they whisper their most private thoughts and feelings in your ear and marvel at how the bond of sisterhood transcends the passage of time.

Abriana Jetté
Brooklyn, New York


Emily Dickinson
Emily Brontë
Jane Austen
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Gertrude Stein
Christina Rossetti
Anne Bradstreet
Mina Loy
Amy Lowell
Katherine Phillips
Isabella Whitney
Mary Darby Robinson
Sara Teasdale
Emma Lazarus
Phillis Wheatley
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Louise Labe
Ann Taylor
Lady Mary Chudleigh
Lucy Terry Prince
Lady Kasa
Ellen Wheeler Wilcox
Anna Laetitia Barbauld
Helen Gray Cone
Li Qingzhao
Aphra Behn
Felicia Dorothea Hemans


Abriana Jetté is an internationally published poet, essayist, and educator. Her work has appeared in dozens of journals, including the Dr. T. J. Eckleburg Review, The Iron Horse Literary Review, The American Literary Review, and The Moth. She teaches at St. Johns's University and the City University of New York, writes a regular column for Stay Thirsty Magazine that focuses on emerging poets and is the editor of the recently published book, The Best Emerging Poets of 2013, that debuted on Amazon as the #3 Best Seller in Poetry Anthologies. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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