Halsey Reveals Personal Details Of Her Life In New Poetry Book “I Would Leave Me If I Could”
Written by on November 12, 2020
Halsey is ready to share her more of her story with the world using poetry.” data-reactid=”17″ type=”text”>Halsey can now add author to her list of accomplishments with the release of her new poetry book, I Would Leave Me If I Could. “Today is the day. Years in the making…,” she shared on Instagram on Tuesday, Nov. 10. “It’s things I ruminate on, fixate, miss, cry, regret, re-live and overcome. I love being a weird popstar [sic]. But I’ll always be a writer first and foremost. Thank you.”
The singer’s collection of poems features an array of anecdotes about her personal life, including her experiences with heartache, her family dynamics and allegations of domestic abuse, as well as accusations of sexual abuse. In the poem titled “Lighthouse,” Halsey discussed an unhealthy relationship with an unidentified person. She also alleged that her partner at the time took drugs. In the poem, the “Without Me” singer accused her partner of domestic abuse, sharing that “he would put his bleeding hand around my neck.” The poem “Stockholm Syndrome PT. I,” she compared her relationship to “a hostage situation.” In her collection of poems, Halsey never reveals the individuals she’s referencing. The artist has been linked to G-Eazy, Yungblud, Machine Gun Kelly and actor Evan Peters.
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