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Love Without Borders: A poetry collection from the heart, is a compilation of poems on faith, hope, love, and life. It is Volume Three in the Without Borders Inspirational Series, and includes a bonus section of additional poetry written by Virginia Martin's family and friends. Poetry is an uplifting and inspiring illustration of what makes us come alive. Virginia believes Love Without Borders: A poetry collection from the heart, is a compilation of poems on faith, hope, love, and life. It is Volume Three in the Without Borders Inspirational Series, and includes a bonus section of additional poetry written by Virginia Martin's family and friends. Poetry is an uplifting and inspiring illustration of what makes us come alive. Virginia believes that love connects us all, and invites readers to open their hearts to a new experience in reading the written word.


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Love Without Borders: A poetry collection from the heart, is a compilation of poems on faith, hope, love, and life. It is Volume Three in the Without Borders Inspirational Series, and includes a bonus section of additional poetry written by Virginia Martin's family and friends. Poetry is an uplifting and inspiring illustration of what makes us come alive. Virginia believes Love Without Borders: A poetry collection from the heart, is a compilation of poems on faith, hope, love, and life. It is Volume Three in the Without Borders Inspirational Series, and includes a bonus section of additional poetry written by Virginia Martin's family and friends. Poetry is an uplifting and inspiring illustration of what makes us come alive. Virginia believes that love connects us all, and invites readers to open their hearts to a new experience in reading the written word.

35 review for Love Without Borders: A Poetry Collection From the Heart

  1. 4 out of 5

    Berry's Poetry Book Reviews

    Virginia Martin's collection Love Without Borders (published in 2017) is the third volume in a six part series. Readers will immediately discover that Martin's poetry is full of encouragement, optimism, and sweetness, served with a heavy Christian influence. -Read the full review here: https://poets.media/optimism-and-happ... Virginia Martin's collection Love Without Borders (published in 2017) is the third volume in a six part series. Readers will immediately discover that Martin's poetry is full of encouragement, optimism, and sweetness, served with a heavy Christian influence. -Read the full review here: https://poets.media/optimism-and-happ...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bobbie

    I was given this book in exchange for an honest review, and I am so glad that I was! I really enjoyed it! The author Martin asked me to tell her if there was one poem I particularly liked best, but honestly I can't do that. There are about three poems that I liked the most. I'll share a sample of one of them to show what I like about it so much. This one is "Friends": "Friends are part of our journey and story/ When life has check out on us, and we on it./ They are by our side/ Friends are preci I was given this book in exchange for an honest review, and I am so glad that I was! I really enjoyed it! The author Martin asked me to tell her if there was one poem I particularly liked best, but honestly I can't do that. There are about three poems that I liked the most. I'll share a sample of one of them to show what I like about it so much. This one is "Friends": "Friends are part of our journey and story/ When life has check out on us, and we on it./ They are by our side/ Friends are precious stones/ That are brilliant in their sparkle, yet/ Their value is unseen by the naked eye/" It's beauty like this that I enjoy so much in this wonderful book of poetry. Check it out for a rich and rewarding experience.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cristina Isabel

    Poetry is always special because there's no limitation to the words written.  It's hard sometimes to really describe to people what you're feeling at the moment and with poetry, the words flow easier.  It's easier to hold a conversation through poetry when it comes to speaking, at least for me.  In this collection, Virginia Martin, shares her fears, her desires and her creativity within each poem.  You really feel the intensity of pain when she's been wronged, but you also feel that joy when she Poetry is always special because there's no limitation to the words written.  It's hard sometimes to really describe to people what you're feeling at the moment and with poetry, the words flow easier.  It's easier to hold a conversation through poetry when it comes to speaking, at least for me.  In this collection, Virginia Martin, shares her fears, her desires and her creativity within each poem.  You really feel the intensity of pain when she's been wronged, but you also feel that joy when she has felt that love.  Some poems make you self-reflect like the poems, What is poetry?, What makes you come alive? and Silent Plea.  The collection is very insightful and moving to the reader and can have you digging deep for the emotions being read.  My additional favorites are: I can't close my eyes, The sweetest man, In your eyes, Keep in the light, I want someone to find me, My inspiration, I know why I love, Your life and last, but not least, Love without borders.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Yowofficial

    Book- Love Without Borders Author- Virginia Martin Genre- Poetry Review- Love without borders: a collection of 59 poems from the heart on faith love hope and life written by Virginia martin which also includes a few pieces written by her family and friends. This book contains a vast collection on poems based on varied emotions and has great potential, but somewhere this collection fails to keep the reader really engaged because of the lack of flow in it. The poem that I liked the most is ‘you don’t Book- Love Without Borders Author- Virginia Martin Genre- Poetry Review- Love without borders: a collection of 59 poems from the heart on faith love hope and life written by Virginia martin which also includes a few pieces written by her family and friends. This book contains a vast collection on poems based on varied emotions and has great potential, but somewhere this collection fails to keep the reader really engaged because of the lack of flow in it. The poem that I liked the most is ‘you don’t know me’ especially the lines “ life was simpler once upon a time, the grass was greener and the fruits ripe”. Overall recommended for a one time read. Rating- 3/5 Cover- 4/5

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