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Creatrix and poet. I’ve never met a sunflower I didn’t like. I'm a tree hugger, earth lover, wild mother of two 🐺🐺 Self-proclaimed ray of fckn sunshine. Tbh I’ve always felt average at pretty much everything I do, but there’s one thing I’ve been better at than most things, and that’s writing. Whether it’s song lyrics or poetry, I’m good at helping people feel things. The good and the ugly 😅 I wrote "Still Growing Wildflowers" and "The Lovers".

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* still growing wildflowers

Oh Alisha! This book is the most beautiful and captivating collection of poems. I couldn’t stop, I read the whole book in one sitting. The emotions and feeling captured are raw, real and genuine. Anyone who has been through abuse, neglect or abandonment needs to read this. It should be the new step 1 for healing after trauma. Thank you Alisha for moving my soul and letting us know it’s okay we are all still growing ♥️

FLAWLESS.

-`Ilikea Arakaki
* still growing wildflowers

This book is lovely, heart wrenching and vulnerable. Highly recommend to have on your shelf as a piece of art. Alisha truly has a way with words and touches your soul. xx

Raw, beautiful poetry.

Lacey * still growing wildflowers

This book made my whole day stop. To do list set aside, glass of wine poured, just reading, absorbing, feeling. Alisha's writing is stunning. The raw emotion that she so lovingly pours onto the page is beautifully heartbreaking and terrifyingly relatable. As her poetry meanders through a cycle of hurting and healing, it will bring laughter and tears. Set aside a chunk of time because this is a book you want to pay attention to and digest.

Beautifully Heartbreaking.

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Being seen, heard, held, and honored for who you are in this exact moment is some of the most healing medicine on the planet. My poetry book, Still Growing Wildflowers was born from sharing my life through what I call poetic medicine. Writing has always been a way for me to express myself and release emotions that are too heavy to carry. In the process, I found that I love myself just the way I am. And that’s what I hope for you; loving you starts with you.

let it out. give the thunder something to shake about