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  • Title: Time You Let Me In: 25 Poets under 25
  • Author: Naomi Shihab Nye
  • ISBN: 9780061896378
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Hardcover
  • They are inspiring talented stunning remarkable wiseThey are also fearless depressed hilarious impatient in love out of love pissed offAnd they want you to let them in.

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    1. Yes poetry. I don't like poetry but yes to this:even whenthe words grace me with their presence,they don't always choose to step delicately into the world, pink shoestreading softly over the white horizonually poetry slops lazily over the couchof a page and dangles while I remove its muddy shoes and rearrange the pillows, all the whilemuttering something about Frost and how maybehis comments against free verse were rightall along (poetry in rhyme always cleans upafter itself) although honestly, [...]

    2. Some poems were wonderful and would make me laugh out loud or cause my eyes to water or make me appreciate, again, how much I love cultural diversity. Some poems made me skip lines or quickly turn the page. But that seems to be the way with all poetry books. My favorites:Photons, by Nicole GuentherPupil, by Brianne CarpenterThe Indexer in Love, by Gray EmersonLarry's Produce, by Michelle BrittanRun, by Henry MilssAs far back as I can remember, by Jonah Ogleskitchen witness, by Emma Shaw CraneLiv [...]

    3. Genre: Poetry, Young AdultRating: ***The poetry included in this collection captures true perspectives of young adults. From insights related to loss and grief to love and relationships, the poetry included in this collection is beautifully written and organized.Summary:This compilation of poetry from 26 (not 25) young authors shares varying voices, perspectives and insights from young writers. The central theme of the poetry focuses on the perspective of the young adult. The insights and storie [...]

    4. This book includes inspirational poems from young poets under the age of 25. I chose this book because many poems I have been reading can be hard to understand, and I wanted to read good literature, that I could also understand. Reading from people near my age gives me a different feel than older poets. The poems seem relatable to you since they are written by people who are very much like you. One poet whose poems stuck out to me was Nichole Guenther poems. One of his poems asks the question "W [...]

    5. Darien MundenPoetryThis particular compilation of poems, hand selected by Naomi Shihab Nye,are all poems written by young adult poets. As the title suggests all of the poetry in this compilation was written when the poets were all under twenty-five years old. Most of the poetry is based on actual first-hand experiences the poets have had. Some of the poems are humorous, like "Death and Taxes," by Lauren Espinoza, others are a bit sad, even depressing, like "Protons," by Nicole Guenther. No matte [...]

    6. Overall, this collection was disappointingly homogenous to me, both stylistically and in terms of the poets it included. This isn't representative of what poets under 25 are doing. There were a few excellent poems, but they were buried beneath many that read simply like undergrad workshop poems--not a lot of risks, but a lot of grandma poems. I don't think Nye did a particularly good job as editor, either. The order of the poems didn't add anything to the collection, and many of the contributors [...]

    7. Time You Let Me In by Naomi Shiab Nye inlcudes poets that have all written pieces that have the same general idea of wanting something back from the past or wanting someone to let you in again. I enjoyed how all of the poems all had this general idea, but some of the authors I wasn't very interested in. I found myself liking a particular poem that is short, but sweet. "Yellow droplets have fallen to the city from the only sky a leaf has ever known. In my mothers garden, stands one such tree gift [...]

    8. As with any collection of poetry, there were some I enjoyed more than others. Taken as a whole, it was a solid collection. I do wonder about it being classified as young adult, though. (perhaps because all of the authors are under the age of 25?) It seemed more appropriate for someone in their early twenties than a teenager, but really any age group (except the very young) could and should read this book.

    9. here are two of my favorites: Living with a Bodhisattva Cat is IntimidatingThe Bodhisattva Cat is, of course, vegan:He will not eat the inexpensive dry foodI fed my last cat, who was unenlightened.He is morally opposed to hunting,compassionately watches moles skitteracross the basement floor.The Bodhisattava Cat meditates for up to eighteen hoursa day,gives impromptu dharma talks to squirrels perchedon the bird feeder outside my kitchen window.The Bodhisattva Cat has boycotted the 2008 Olympicsi [...]

    10. Kirkus Review: kirkusreviews/book-reA selection of the work of 26 (not 25) young poets makes up this varied collection, musing on topics from personal identity to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Nye’s introduction artfully sets a tone that encourages readers to remember the experience of being under 25—it is humming and evocative, but an odd choice for a volume at least ostensibly intended for teen readers. The poets employ a range of styles and write in drastically different voices with [...]

    11. A really nice mix of voices and styles. As with any mix, I liked some more than others, but each was good in its own way. One of my favorites, by Laura Lee Beasley:NothingEven when we were young it rested beneaththe floorboards, stirring at the sounds of footsteps.We crawled to feed it pennies and Cheeriosthrough the slits of an air-conditioning vent.And there were other places we found it too.At the pier on Saint Simon's Island,covered with sunlight and the smell of fish guts,it shifted beneath [...]

    12. KIRKUS REVIEW (Posted by Kirkus – (kirkusreviews) - A selection of the work of 26 (not 25) young poets makes up this varied collection, musing on topics from personal identity to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Nye's introduction artfully sets a tone that encourages readers to remember the experience of being under 25-it is humming and evocative, but an odd choice for a volume at least ostensibly intended for teen readers. The poets employ a range of styles and write in drastically differe [...]

    13. This compilation of poems is heartfelt, sad, and truthful. With a mixture of different poems under the age of 25, we find that many are pertaining to tales of our youth. The meaning behind growing up, the darkness and evil within the world, the beauty of our world around us, and even questioning a higher power. Our lives from an early age are full of questions and learning to understand; some stories are more tragic than others with references to abuse and discrimination, but all of these things [...]

    14. Reviewed by LadyJay for TeensReadTooNaomi Shihab Nye has been writing poetry for a long time. An excellent poet in her own right, it seems only fitting that Nye should choose twenty-five poets and compile their writings into a single volume.All of these aspiring authors are under the age of twenty-five. Their poems speak of many things - love, loss, culture, war, belonging, and being remembered.Each author possesses his/her own unique style and flow. Their offerings range from free verse ranting [...]

    15. A collection of poetry by writers under 25, on topics ranging from love to war and loss. I haven't read poetry in a while, so this was a welcome change. However, I think only about a dozen poems really stood out for mee rest were just okay. Some of my favorites were:"Invitation" by Mackenzie Connellee"The Indexer in Love" by Gray Emerson"Kitchen Witness" by Emma Shaw Crane"Even Before You" by Allison RiversAnd "Rain, Snow, and Other Weather" by Lauren Stacks (below):I'm like the weather, never r [...]

    16. It took me a while to get through this Time You Let Me In will be inspiring to aspiring poets and dreamers because they will find that they can express themselves at least as effectively as the young adult poets included in this collection. Time You Let Me In featured some real gems. My personal favorites: "Finding Our Flag" by Ben Westlie, "Evolution of a Writer" by Lauren Stacks, andHenry the Horse by Henry MillsI feel like a horsewith a cone tied to its forehead,talking to a unicorn.Sometimes [...]

    17. Read for 5420 classI chose this book from the reading list because I saw it was Naomi Shihab Nye, whose poems I adore. It was at the other library, so I put it on hold to be brought to the one I normal work at. When I saw the cover, I realized it didn't actually contain poems by Nye. Instead, she had curated 26 other poets' poems into this one collection. Her work to get these young wordsmiths into the published world is important, but I was disappointed the poems weren't her original works. Som [...]

    18. Not being a great fan of poetry, I only purchased this book via when faced with planning curriculum for my creative writing class. My students usually have to read the dead white male poets for their English classes, and I figured I would stick to young poets that have a better chance of engaging 14-18 year olds. Fortunately I made a great choice, for my students have been enjoying the poems, and we have a blast analyzing them together. The editor very carefully found exemplary American poets u [...]

    19. Some poems work better than others but overall it is a beautiful collection. These are my favorites: "Where I Live" by Lauren Espinoza "Pupil" by Brianne Carpenter "The Indexer in Love" by Gray Emerson "Yogurt" by Emily Hendren "Evolution of a Writer" by Lauren Stacks"as far back as I can remember" by Jonah Ogles "Poem for My Name" by Emma Shaw Crane"Kitchen Witness" by Emma Shaw Crane "To Answer Your Questions, reportback Beirut by Emma Shaw Crane"Foundling" by Matthew Baker"Ode to Poetry" by M [...]

    20. This is a very sweet, lovely collection of poetry. The diversity in the collection is vast; however, as different as each poet and their small sample is, they are each eloquent and beautiful. I was moved and read this book as quickly as I could because I just couldn't wait to read the next poet's sample. My 2 favorites were: Gray Emerson and Tala Abu Rahmeh. Their words were wonderful and poignant. The images were etched on the pages. I just loved this book. It will be added to my permanent rota [...]

    21. This is an excellent collection of poetry especially for those who aren't sure they like poetry. So if you're curious and want to stick your toe in; but thanks to High School you equate poetry with death and dying, this would be a good choice to read. Published in 2010, the poems strike a more relevant tone than the stale classics. And the 25 poets chosen are diverse in ethnicity, experiences, and voice. This is poetry with youthful energy. Would definitely recommend.

    22. Audience: This book could be read by young adults from 3rd grade all the way to adults. This book would be ideal for anyone who loves to red or write poetry.Appeal: This book is somewhat inspiring. It is a collection of poems written by young writers. The younger generations can find this collection of poems easy to relate to emotionally and adults can admire its elegance of words and how they fall onto the paige effortlessly. Award: Best Books 2010 Non- Fiction

    23. I really liked some of these; but in general I liked some stanzas more than the whole poem. The one and only poem that I thoroughly enjoyed was the "Plain Stories: Chronology of a Cotton Farmer" by Brianne Carpenter, all four parts.The majority of the poems I skipped over because I didn't find them interesting.My favorite part, other than a few quotes, were the short bios in the back of the collection.

    24. Twenty-six poets under the age of twenty-five share poems on a variety of topics, from family to war to weather. Written in free verse, this collection is raw and emotional while simultaneously being polished and truly poetic.While not a true poetry fan, I appreciated the skillful mastery of the poets who contributed to this collection. Even with seemingly mundane topics, they used just the right wording and rhythm to invite readers into their lives.

    25. Every single poet in this book is unique, perceptive, and inspirational. Some of the poems had me nodding my head like "Yeah, I definitely know what you're talking about." Some of them made me laugh out loud. And some of them broke my heart. My favorites include: "invitation" by Mackenzie Connellee, "A Lesson on Fire" by Catherine Bates, "kitchen witness" by Emma Shaw Crane, "Upon Arrival" by Tala Abu Rahmeh, and "ode to poetry" by Matthew Baker.

    26. There were some wonderful poems in this anthology, and I liked how many free-form verses had a fresh and insightful feel. My rating is on the low side, though, due to me feeling that the book, overall, didn't hold my attention. I would like more of a through line or organization to the collection to make it feel more cohesive. So, I suppose you could say I thought the writing and selection were done very well but that the editorial ties are lacking.

    27. These poems varied widely to me. Some were depressing, some were sweet, some were romantic, however all of them had a certain uncomparable depth to them. Nye did a spectacular job in picking the workings of these poets to display. My favorites were "Fourth or Fifth Love" by Mary Selph and "Photons" by Nicole Guenther. Overall, this was an easy and enjoyable read.

    28. I got this as a gift for winning the Wake County Public Libraries Poetry Contest last year, and I really enjoyed the poems in this collection. Some are more thought-provoking, and others more mature, but I really enjoyed almost all of them in this collection!! Great to curl up with on rainy days!! :P--Meg

    29. This is an interesting if not super memorable poetry anthology. There are actually 26 poets included in the collection. Some of the poems are better than others, but after finishing it they all blur together in my mind. There were a lot of poems about childhood memories, death of family members, failed romance and war.

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