Review; Masquerade by Cyrus Parker
Description from Goodreads
Non-binary poet Cyrus Parker returns with an all-new collection of poetry and prose dedicated to those struggling to find their own identity in a world that often forces one into the confines of what’s considered “socially acceptable.”
Divided into three parts and illustrated by Parker, masqueradegrapples with topics such as the never-ending search for acceptance, gender identity, relationships, and the struggle to recognize your own face after hiding behind another for so long.
My Thoughts on the Book
This is a raw, heartbreaking and tender poetry collection I wish a lot of people should read. I also liked the illustrations.