Wobbly is a collection of poems extracted from the brain of a somewhat stable twenty-something-year-old
Beth Hitchman has strived to understand her own truth about the world all her life and has found a way to makes sense of how she thinks and feels in her poetry. A brutally honest collaboration of thoughts and feeling about four main topics: love, the world, self-discovery and hard to talk about emotions.
Beth dives deep into these topics in order to give the world a piece of her mind. Offering a unique perspective on topics that are deeply individual Beth well; in the long run, hopes to save the world one poem at a time. On a more realistic scale, she hopes to be able to inspire at least one person with what she has learnt about the world so far.
If you’re a fan of free-verse poetry and enjoy poems on strong topics with stronger opinions consider picking up a copy of this book.