Who is i fall apart about

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I Fall Apart: A Love Story in Verse by Kenzie Hart

I am in love with this book!!!

When I first started reading it took me a second to get past the descriptions of places and people and names missing from the chapters. But I quickly realized You feel the story and emotion so much more with the way the book is written.

The writing style is different from anything that I have ever read before. Once I realized how she was telling the story and started to feel the love pouring out of the two main characters, I didn’t care anymore about their names or what they looked like. I cared about the story and about the relationship between them.

If you have ever truly been completely heartbroken then you know that it feels like no one else could possibly understand the pain or what you’re going through. But this was relatable. I was in tears at the way she describes and writes heartbreak.

This book is short but packed full of so much feeling. I loved this book and I think this author is a genius. One click it you won’t be sorry.
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Published 25.12.2018

Post Malone – I Fall Apart (8D Audio) 🎧

Ten months after Stoney was dropped, a stripped down live performance of "I Fall Apart" posted by Twitter user rosesdua and later shared by the Facebook page.
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Same as the original tempo: 72 BPM. - The song was released for digital download on December 9, by Republic Records and sent to rhythmic contemporary radio on October 17, as the sixth and final single from the album Stoney , [2] after a viral performance on social media.

Go watch. And it works: the literal accounts of what are happening on the screen make you notice that the video is even more silly than you remembered when you were half-paying attention to it on Night Flight. But in its criticism-by-literalization, it seems to me that the new video "fancies [itself] superior" to the original video, as Adorno put it. The literalized video is sort of a version of a David Denby movie review in The New Yorker--cultural criticism that deludes itself that it stands above the thing it criticizes aside: do other people also find their entire Tuesday wrecked when Anthony Lane has not written the movie reviews for that week? But then the clutch of the dialectical transmission is put in, and everything seems different than at first.

I am a huge Post Malone fan. I think his music is so deep and unique to the point where you don't really know what you're listening to until you've played the songs over and over. Do his face tattoos give me butterflies in my stomach because I'm so smitten? Not really. And can I picture his goofy, zany personality ever falling head over heels for a girl? While his appearance may not look like someone that screams "I have feelings", it is clear in his music that he's had his heart broken in the past.

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