Megan Fox didn’t tell about the darkest moments of his life in his new poetry book, pretty boys are poisonous,
“Some of it is definitely a metaphor,” Fox, 37, explained. good Morning America In an interview on Tuesday, November 7, he was asked if the book was a metaphorical interpretation of his experience in Hollywood. “None of this is what I would call hypothetical. Those are real life experiences that I had.
While fans will recognize the reference to Fox’s fiancée, machine gun KellyIn some poems, other entries are about past romances that Fox says she plans to keep to herself.
He added, “This is not an exposé that I’ve written, or a memoir.” GMA, “But throughout my life, I have been in at least one physically abusive relationship and several psychologically very abusive relationships. …I shared the energy, I guess we could say, [people] Who were terrible people and also very famous, very famous people, but no one knew I was one of those people.
In the poem “Oxycodone and Tequila”, Fox describes an encounter with “the demon of wrath” who chastised him for following him to the dinner table instead of waiting for his friend to take the lead.
“You grabbed me and sat on me like a deranged bird,” she writes. “You spit on me and rubbed it on my face, ruining my makeup.”
Later in the poem, she says that the man killed her “again and again” and that she recognized “the familiar taste of blood on my tongue.” The poem ends with the lines: “I can’t sleep/I lie awake and pray to God to let me die.”
In another poem titled “F-ked-up Fairy Tales”, Fox writes about “the most beautiful boy”, who is also a “violent boy, full of anger and insecurities”.
“Your hands are very beautiful and strong,” she adds. “Now you use them to hurt me. Delicate bruises spread across my jaw / I wonder what you’re thinking while I’m crying and begging you to stop.
In a letter to readers at the beginning of the book, Fox said that she decided to write the book after an experience with an unnamed “idiot”.
He wrote, “And from me came these poems, which contained previously unexpressed feelings of alienation, anguish, self-harm, frustration, longing, restlessness, anger and general suffering.” “These are the experiences of many of us that I now give voice to in these poems. This book is for anyone who has given more than they received, or for anyone who struggles to believe that they deserve to be heard.”
Fox concluded by saying that this book is for her too, writing, “Because f–k. I deserve better.”
pretty boys are poisonous Now available wherever books are sold.
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