Yesterday I Was the Moon

Yesterday I Was the Moon

yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of making peace with your heart and art. it contains black & white photographs paired with poetry pieces; giving it a photo diary feels....

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Title:Yesterday I Was the Moon
Author:Noor Unnahar
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Genres:Poetry
ISBN:yesterday i was the moon
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:156 pages pages

Yesterday I Was the Moon Reviews

  • Margaryta
    Apr 14, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

  • Stephanie Mazza
    Nov 02, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

    "in pieces yet at peace i am a building in a post-war city" ...

  • Maryam
    Jun 21, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

  • Prashasti
    Oct 24, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

  • Shahr Bano
    Aug 11, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

    "in pieces yet at peace i am a building in a post-war city" ...

    Lleno de fuerza? Algunos poemas me han marcado profundamente, me han hecho reflexionar o me han tocado la fibra sensible.? En cambio otros, se me han hecho tediosos y no me hacían sentir practicamente nada. La temática me ha gustado bastante, pues habla de uno mismo, los...

    I just opened Yesterday I Was the Moon to see if they were as bad as I remember. I landed on "be kind/for this is something/a lot of people/can never be". That's a poem. Now, if that appeals, then Yesterday I Was the Moon probably will too. Personally I can't remember reading anything ...

    One of the best reads of 2018. The lines are perfect and very relatable. Emotions described well. Genuine and mesmerizing. However I had some issues with a few lines of a particular poem regarding some words hinting to acceptance of women being kept confined or restricted to rules of...

    What happened to good old poetry that is more art and less like a tumblr feed? I got the book as a present but still was expecting something substantial in the book but failed to find anything worthy. This is just similar to what Rupi Kaur or any other modern poet writes (barely any se...

  • Joy
    Jun 08, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

    "in pieces yet at peace i am a building in a post-war city" ...

    Lleno de fuerza? Algunos poemas me han marcado profundamente, me han hecho reflexionar o me han tocado la fibra sensible.? En cambio otros, se me han hecho tediosos y no me hacían sentir practicamente nada. La temática me ha gustado bastante, pues habla de uno mismo, los...

    I just opened Yesterday I Was the Moon to see if they were as bad as I remember. I landed on "be kind/for this is something/a lot of people/can never be". That's a poem. Now, if that appeals, then Yesterday I Was the Moon probably will too. Personally I can't remember reading anything ...

    One of the best reads of 2018. The lines are perfect and very relatable. Emotions described well. Genuine and mesmerizing. However I had some issues with a few lines of a particular poem regarding some words hinting to acceptance of women being kept confined or restricted to rules of...

    What happened to good old poetry that is more art and less like a tumblr feed? I got the book as a present but still was expecting something substantial in the book but failed to find anything worthy. This is just similar to what Rupi Kaur or any other modern poet writes (barely any se...

    Este es otro poemario que encontré por ahí. Miren cuántas lecturas variadas que estoy probando este año xD. Realmente disfruté este libro. Fueron poemas muy hermosos, inspiradores y fuidos. ¡Me encantaron! No me parece que sea una obra maestra ni se los voy a estar recomendando...

    Easiest of words molded into deepest of emotions. Absolutely intriguing. ...

    *4.5 this book is beautiful. ...

    All the words picked here and all the artistic pieces inside made me feel so calm, beautiful collection of poetry, I loved it ...

    One of the best poetry books about life, loss, and hardships ...

  • Lisa
    Apr 06, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

  • Nat
    May 17, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

  • Merel
    Aug 03, 2017

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

  • Areeba Siddique
    Jul 29, 2017

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

  • Julieta Ninno
    Aug 03, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

    "in pieces yet at peace i am a building in a post-war city" ...

    Lleno de fuerza? Algunos poemas me han marcado profundamente, me han hecho reflexionar o me han tocado la fibra sensible.? En cambio otros, se me han hecho tediosos y no me hacían sentir practicamente nada. La temática me ha gustado bastante, pues habla de uno mismo, los...

    I just opened Yesterday I Was the Moon to see if they were as bad as I remember. I landed on "be kind/for this is something/a lot of people/can never be". That's a poem. Now, if that appeals, then Yesterday I Was the Moon probably will too. Personally I can't remember reading anything ...

    One of the best reads of 2018. The lines are perfect and very relatable. Emotions described well. Genuine and mesmerizing. However I had some issues with a few lines of a particular poem regarding some words hinting to acceptance of women being kept confined or restricted to rules of...

    What happened to good old poetry that is more art and less like a tumblr feed? I got the book as a present but still was expecting something substantial in the book but failed to find anything worthy. This is just similar to what Rupi Kaur or any other modern poet writes (barely any se...

    Este es otro poemario que encontré por ahí. Miren cuántas lecturas variadas que estoy probando este año xD. Realmente disfruté este libro. Fueron poemas muy hermosos, inspiradores y fuidos. ¡Me encantaron! No me parece que sea una obra maestra ni se los voy a estar recomendando...

  • Nadia Awadi
    Sep 27, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

  • dana
    Oct 20, 2017

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

  • Fatemah J
    Jun 03, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

    "in pieces yet at peace i am a building in a post-war city" ...

    Lleno de fuerza? Algunos poemas me han marcado profundamente, me han hecho reflexionar o me han tocado la fibra sensible.? En cambio otros, se me han hecho tediosos y no me hacían sentir practicamente nada. La temática me ha gustado bastante, pues habla de uno mismo, los...

    I just opened Yesterday I Was the Moon to see if they were as bad as I remember. I landed on "be kind/for this is something/a lot of people/can never be". That's a poem. Now, if that appeals, then Yesterday I Was the Moon probably will too. Personally I can't remember reading anything ...

    One of the best reads of 2018. The lines are perfect and very relatable. Emotions described well. Genuine and mesmerizing. However I had some issues with a few lines of a particular poem regarding some words hinting to acceptance of women being kept confined or restricted to rules of...

    What happened to good old poetry that is more art and less like a tumblr feed? I got the book as a present but still was expecting something substantial in the book but failed to find anything worthy. This is just similar to what Rupi Kaur or any other modern poet writes (barely any se...

    Este es otro poemario que encontré por ahí. Miren cuántas lecturas variadas que estoy probando este año xD. Realmente disfruté este libro. Fueron poemas muy hermosos, inspiradores y fuidos. ¡Me encantaron! No me parece que sea una obra maestra ni se los voy a estar recomendando...

    Easiest of words molded into deepest of emotions. Absolutely intriguing. ...

    *4.5 this book is beautiful. ...

    All the words picked here and all the artistic pieces inside made me feel so calm, beautiful collection of poetry, I loved it ...

  • Jessica Ciarcz
    Dec 05, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

  • Fatima
    Jul 03, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

  • Yana
    Jun 04, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

  • ellie
    Aug 06, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

  • Siqahiqa
    Oct 19, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

  • Sydney Heitzman
    Aug 24, 2017

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

    "in pieces yet at peace i am a building in a post-war city" ...

    Lleno de fuerza? Algunos poemas me han marcado profundamente, me han hecho reflexionar o me han tocado la fibra sensible.? En cambio otros, se me han hecho tediosos y no me hacían sentir practicamente nada. La temática me ha gustado bastante, pues habla de uno mismo, los...

    I just opened Yesterday I Was the Moon to see if they were as bad as I remember. I landed on "be kind/for this is something/a lot of people/can never be". That's a poem. Now, if that appeals, then Yesterday I Was the Moon probably will too. Personally I can't remember reading anything ...

    One of the best reads of 2018. The lines are perfect and very relatable. Emotions described well. Genuine and mesmerizing. However I had some issues with a few lines of a particular poem regarding some words hinting to acceptance of women being kept confined or restricted to rules of...

    What happened to good old poetry that is more art and less like a tumblr feed? I got the book as a present but still was expecting something substantial in the book but failed to find anything worthy. This is just similar to what Rupi Kaur or any other modern poet writes (barely any se...

    Este es otro poemario que encontré por ahí. Miren cuántas lecturas variadas que estoy probando este año xD. Realmente disfruté este libro. Fueron poemas muy hermosos, inspiradores y fuidos. ¡Me encantaron! No me parece que sea una obra maestra ni se los voy a estar recomendando...

    Easiest of words molded into deepest of emotions. Absolutely intriguing. ...

    *4.5 this book is beautiful. ...

    All the words picked here and all the artistic pieces inside made me feel so calm, beautiful collection of poetry, I loved it ...

    One of the best poetry books about life, loss, and hardships ...

    ?It's the kind of books that makes you beg for more ! ?Finished in one day ! ? I loved it ! Bcz she tackled new topics I haven't read in a form of poetry . ?All the book deserves to be quoted xD ...

    noor unnahar's first publication shows a lot of promise. through reading the book, i found myself bookmarking and underlining about every other page. half of the poems in the book were profound, just as good as and if not better than what i've read on her stunning instagram portraits. ...

  • Aletheiia
    Dec 21, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

    "in pieces yet at peace i am a building in a post-war city" ...

    Lleno de fuerza? Algunos poemas me han marcado profundamente, me han hecho reflexionar o me han tocado la fibra sensible.? En cambio otros, se me han hecho tediosos y no me hacían sentir practicamente nada. La temática me ha gustado bastante, pues habla de uno mismo, los...

  • Thomas
    Jun 03, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

    "in pieces yet at peace i am a building in a post-war city" ...

    Lleno de fuerza? Algunos poemas me han marcado profundamente, me han hecho reflexionar o me han tocado la fibra sensible.? En cambio otros, se me han hecho tediosos y no me hacían sentir practicamente nada. La temática me ha gustado bastante, pues habla de uno mismo, los...

    I just opened Yesterday I Was the Moon to see if they were as bad as I remember. I landed on "be kind/for this is something/a lot of people/can never be". That's a poem. Now, if that appeals, then Yesterday I Was the Moon probably will too. Personally I can't remember reading anything ...

  • Nouruddin
    Dec 27, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

  • Shivangi
    Dec 28, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

    "in pieces yet at peace i am a building in a post-war city" ...

    Lleno de fuerza? Algunos poemas me han marcado profundamente, me han hecho reflexionar o me han tocado la fibra sensible.? En cambio otros, se me han hecho tediosos y no me hacían sentir practicamente nada. La temática me ha gustado bastante, pues habla de uno mismo, los...

    I just opened Yesterday I Was the Moon to see if they were as bad as I remember. I landed on "be kind/for this is something/a lot of people/can never be". That's a poem. Now, if that appeals, then Yesterday I Was the Moon probably will too. Personally I can't remember reading anything ...

    One of the best reads of 2018. The lines are perfect and very relatable. Emotions described well. Genuine and mesmerizing. However I had some issues with a few lines of a particular poem regarding some words hinting to acceptance of women being kept confined or restricted to rules of...

    What happened to good old poetry that is more art and less like a tumblr feed? I got the book as a present but still was expecting something substantial in the book but failed to find anything worthy. This is just similar to what Rupi Kaur or any other modern poet writes (barely any se...

    Este es otro poemario que encontré por ahí. Miren cuántas lecturas variadas que estoy probando este año xD. Realmente disfruté este libro. Fueron poemas muy hermosos, inspiradores y fuidos. ¡Me encantaron! No me parece que sea una obra maestra ni se los voy a estar recomendando...

    Easiest of words molded into deepest of emotions. Absolutely intriguing. ...

  • Konstantin
    Dec 09, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

  • Aya Lehg
    Nov 15, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

    "in pieces yet at peace i am a building in a post-war city" ...

    Lleno de fuerza? Algunos poemas me han marcado profundamente, me han hecho reflexionar o me han tocado la fibra sensible.? En cambio otros, se me han hecho tediosos y no me hacían sentir practicamente nada. La temática me ha gustado bastante, pues habla de uno mismo, los...

    I just opened Yesterday I Was the Moon to see if they were as bad as I remember. I landed on "be kind/for this is something/a lot of people/can never be". That's a poem. Now, if that appeals, then Yesterday I Was the Moon probably will too. Personally I can't remember reading anything ...

    One of the best reads of 2018. The lines are perfect and very relatable. Emotions described well. Genuine and mesmerizing. However I had some issues with a few lines of a particular poem regarding some words hinting to acceptance of women being kept confined or restricted to rules of...

    What happened to good old poetry that is more art and less like a tumblr feed? I got the book as a present but still was expecting something substantial in the book but failed to find anything worthy. This is just similar to what Rupi Kaur or any other modern poet writes (barely any se...

    Este es otro poemario que encontré por ahí. Miren cuántas lecturas variadas que estoy probando este año xD. Realmente disfruté este libro. Fueron poemas muy hermosos, inspiradores y fuidos. ¡Me encantaron! No me parece que sea una obra maestra ni se los voy a estar recomendando...

    Easiest of words molded into deepest of emotions. Absolutely intriguing. ...

    *4.5 this book is beautiful. ...

    All the words picked here and all the artistic pieces inside made me feel so calm, beautiful collection of poetry, I loved it ...

    One of the best poetry books about life, loss, and hardships ...

    ?It's the kind of books that makes you beg for more ! ?Finished in one day ! ? I loved it ! Bcz she tackled new topics I haven't read in a form of poetry . ?All the book deserves to be quoted xD ...

  • Shehzeen Muzaffar
    May 08, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

  • TeaAndBooks
    Oct 15, 2017

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

  • Tam_ the_ med_bookie
    Nov 28, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

    "in pieces yet at peace i am a building in a post-war city" ...

    Lleno de fuerza? Algunos poemas me han marcado profundamente, me han hecho reflexionar o me han tocado la fibra sensible.? En cambio otros, se me han hecho tediosos y no me hacían sentir practicamente nada. La temática me ha gustado bastante, pues habla de uno mismo, los...

    I just opened Yesterday I Was the Moon to see if they were as bad as I remember. I landed on "be kind/for this is something/a lot of people/can never be". That's a poem. Now, if that appeals, then Yesterday I Was the Moon probably will too. Personally I can't remember reading anything ...

    One of the best reads of 2018. The lines are perfect and very relatable. Emotions described well. Genuine and mesmerizing. However I had some issues with a few lines of a particular poem regarding some words hinting to acceptance of women being kept confined or restricted to rules of...

  • zoe&#x1f48c;
    Jun 02, 2018

    Writing: 5/5 Originality: 5/5 Style: 5/5 ?yesterday ? i was the moon today ? just an eclipse something in me travels; some days it?s to the dark some days it?s to the light? yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry written by Noor Unnahar, a Pakistan...

    It's been quite the minute since I last read a poetry collection, so when my eyes landed on this beauty of a book I was beyond keen on diving in. yesterday i was the moon is a collection of poetry by noor unnahar - it explores courage, self-love, culture and the struggles of ma...

    the only poetry book I can read a hundred times <3 ...

    I am growing flowers in the darkest part of my heart for if the light ever enters it would know where to start. I think I'll be revisiting this book again, it's so beautifully written. I least expected this but each & every line was soul-touching. I'd recommend this to an...

    Since I write *cough* poetry *cough* I'm reading more and more recently. And I really liked 'Yesterday I was the moon'. It had this resilient feel to it. Like the author is making an armor using her words. Also It RHYMES. These days a lot of modern poetry doesn't actually rhyme. Which ...

    to the person who will want to fall in love with me i have been a sky all my life full of life and light and anger if you're not coming with thunderstorms; do not come at all i love poetry and i love this. i tabbed so many poems bc they were all so beautiful and woww she is ...

    my mother named me light; the first rays starting the day and there are days when i forget there is light at all this name then becomes a remimder how the woman who raised me named me after something so glorious; it shines and even on my darkest days i am the light i should b...

    I went into this one with high hopes because taking from all I've seen by Noor on social media, this should have been a visual and textual delight. Disappointing, underwhelming, kind of like a Tumblr feed in book form. ...

    This is just an honest review about how I felt. I'm a massive modern poetry fan. "Insta Poetry" as some like to call it. I like the millennial angst; I am said millennial. I like the socially acceptable dive into sadness; I often need something to tip me over the edge so that...

    this was so lovely to read. i wish some of them were more hard-hitting - she definitely hints at emotion rather than using devastating words that show her emotion (which are my favorite, by the way). i would've given this 4 stars usually, but in this day and age, god it felt SO good to...

    Torn between two and three stars. This is written with emotion, honesty and poignancy, but there's really nothing new or original to see here - it reminds me of almost every poetry collection by a woman of color I've read recently (Rupi Kaur, Warsan Shire, Nayyirah Waheed...). S...

    Ever read something so amazing that anything you say becomes nothing compared to what it said? Yep, that's me on this one. ...

    This collection was amazing. After the one I just read that I wasn't enjoying much, this was a nice change. I also really loved the illustrations that accompanied some of the poems. This was such a beautiful book (inside and out), and I will definitely be re-reading it occasionally for...

    When I first read Noor's poems on her Instagram, I immediately fell in love. Although English is not her first language, Noor has the power to create beautiful poetry. For me, her words motivate me to get out of bed every day and do something great with my life. I love how Noor can tak...

    I picked up this book today and finished read it at one sitting. There were some poems that I highlighted as I like it and there were some poems that I couldn?t relate to. The poems are simple and ilustrations are nice. I glad because this poetry book is not all about love & ...

    Personal interpretation: I totally valuate this kind of writings; the act of recording of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. This kind of "intimate" memoir is the best for me. I find truthfulness and trueh...

    "art doesn't ask to be perfect poetic precise it asks to exist to breathe to be this is what it has always been about" (p. 75) I've been really determined to stay open to the different styles and new ideas appearing in poetry, and have been trying to stay more in the know a...

    1) sometimes i forget how much representation matters! 2) on a conquest to find good contemporary poets (i like her) ...

    "in pieces yet at peace i am a building in a post-war city" ...

    Lleno de fuerza? Algunos poemas me han marcado profundamente, me han hecho reflexionar o me han tocado la fibra sensible.? En cambio otros, se me han hecho tediosos y no me hacían sentir practicamente nada. La temática me ha gustado bastante, pues habla de uno mismo, los...

    I just opened Yesterday I Was the Moon to see if they were as bad as I remember. I landed on "be kind/for this is something/a lot of people/can never be". That's a poem. Now, if that appeals, then Yesterday I Was the Moon probably will too. Personally I can't remember reading anything ...

    One of the best reads of 2018. The lines are perfect and very relatable. Emotions described well. Genuine and mesmerizing. However I had some issues with a few lines of a particular poem regarding some words hinting to acceptance of women being kept confined or restricted to rules of...

    What happened to good old poetry that is more art and less like a tumblr feed? I got the book as a present but still was expecting something substantial in the book but failed to find anything worthy. This is just similar to what Rupi Kaur or any other modern poet writes (barely any se...

    Este es otro poemario que encontré por ahí. Miren cuántas lecturas variadas que estoy probando este año xD. Realmente disfruté este libro. Fueron poemas muy hermosos, inspiradores y fuidos. ¡Me encantaron! No me parece que sea una obra maestra ni se los voy a estar recomendando...

    Easiest of words molded into deepest of emotions. Absolutely intriguing. ...

    *4.5 this book is beautiful. ...