Megan Fox releases ‘Boys Are Poisonous: Poems‘ this November.
Megan Fox takes time out to address “complicated” relationships ahead of the release of her poetry book.
While Megan Fox might be one of the most controversial actresses due to her often cringey relationship with MGK,
She does have an undisputed amount of talent that go beyond her beauty.
But first, Megan Fox opened up to PEOPLE magazine on November 6 about what she learned from relationships.
Fox stated what we all know, and that’s relationships are not a “fairytale.”
“Relationships are not pretty. They are ugly. Sometimes they are a war,” says Fox.
Before adding, “But through a wound enters an opportunity to grow and become a stronger more whole version of yourself.”
And that is what Fox is attempting to do with ‘Boys Are Poisonous: Poems.’
Even calling it a safe space where she can be herself and express herself creatively.
All about ‘Boys Are Poisonous: Poems.’
While the mother of three has a heart of gold, she revealed that these poems come from “carrying men’s transgressions in her body.”
Also, her works are a compilation of Metaphore and life experiences.
“It comes from a lot of places,” Megan told People. And readers can expect literal references, Grimm elements and memes throughout the poems.
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But the response from the fans who love Megan reveal a deep excitement for what this book may bring.
What has Megan said about the poems?
Despite her beauty, talent and family, Megan Fox’s greatest wish is to cleanse herself of the “sins of men.”
She also spoke of her hopes for this book and honestly, it makes your heart ache for her.
“My freedom lives in these pages, and I hope that my words can inspire others to take back their happiness and their identity buy using their voice to illuminate what’s been buried, but not forgotten, in the darkness.”
Well Megan was right about one thing, women everywhere certain will relate to the pages in the book.
Thank you, Megan, for your beautiful efforts.
Boys Are Poisonous: Poems available November 7.
Published by HOLR Magazine.