By Amy Clark
Author of “Take Me With You,” Andrea Gibson, who also goes by Andrew and uses gender-neutral pronouns, frequently touches on love, sexuality, gender, politics, family and forgiveness from their personal view. I’m a fan of poetry books, but I’m extremely picky on what I actually enjoy reading.
One of my favorite poems in this book was, “Even after all this therapy, I’m still not right in the head. Guess I’m always gonna be a lefty.” This was my favorite because I thought it was going to be something completely different and serious, but it’s humorous and lighthearted.
That’s how a lot of the book is, and I really like that. I want to read even more because poetry books are short and have hidden meanings and often make you feel an emotion.