website

Your cart

If your heart's ever been on the edge of breaking, or if it's ever been broken, Pooja Nansi's "Love is an Empty Barstool" might just resonate with your soul. It's a collection that's as complex and nuanced as your favorite single malt, offering a chance to reflect during those quiet twilight moments. This is not just a book of poems; it's a companion for the heart in need of understanding and solace.

Riley is your virtual thrift companion, and here to help you find your next favourite read. You can also find in-stock similar reads linked by topic and genre here!

The poems in this collection are best read with a glass of single malt but they work equally well in a quiet place at twilight. Test on a small area first – especially if you are in possession of a broken (or breaking) heart and see your bartender immediately if side effects persist.

Love is an Empty Barstool

ISBN: 9789810777166
Authors: Pooja Nansi
Publisher: Math Paper Press
Date of Publication: 2013-11-01
Format: Paperback
Regular price Our price:   $6.27
Unit price
per 
Goodreads rating 4.07
(287)

Note: While we do our best to ensure the accuracy of cover images, ISBNs may at times be reused for different editions of the same title which may hence appear as a different cover.

Availability
 
Add to Wishlist View Wishlist

If your heart's ever been on the edge of breaking, or if it's ever been broken, Pooja Nansi's "Love is an Empty Barstool" might just resonate with your soul. It's a collection that's as complex and nuanced as your favorite single malt, offering a chance to reflect during those quiet twilight moments. This is not just a book of poems; it's a companion for the heart in need of understanding and solace.

Riley is your virtual thrift companion, and here to help you find your next favourite read. You can also find in-stock similar reads linked by topic and genre here!

The poems in this collection are best read with a glass of single malt but they work equally well in a quiet place at twilight. Test on a small area first – especially if you are in possession of a broken (or breaking) heart and see your bartender immediately if side effects persist.