Poetry, chapbook, 48 pages, from Bottlecap Press.
How The Heartache Humbled Me is a soft collection of poetry that unthreads weakness associated with vulnerability and sews it back together with strength. It’s about finding the courage to say, “yes I am hurting” while no longer fearing your honest heart. It’s about loss. It’s about missing someone, until you don’t. Most importantly, How the Heartache Humbled Me is stitched with the intentions to heal. It is a remedy for the brokenhearted, and a reminder to let the leftover love soften you, instead of harden you.Alessia Di Cesare is a poet currently based in Ottawa, Canada. Fascinated with the mystical, she is always asking questions about the universe through her treasured decks of tarot cards, and tracking the magical ways of the moon. Her writing is often inspired by witchy women such as Stevie Nicks and Lana Del Rey. Alessia published her first collection of poetry How the Heartache Humbled Me with Bottlecap Press in the summer of 2016. Her work also appears in The Rising Phoenix Review, The Ottawa Arts Review, Persephone’s Daughters and has a forthcoming poem in Witchcraft Magazine.