Paperback, 174 Pages
Hardcover, 186 Pages
At just seven years old, Garett Sharp discovered what it was like to endure a difficult patch of dark times in his life. Robbing him of a childhood, rendering him emotionally shaken. His family separated and his entire world crashed in front of him. However, he didn’t let the sadness win. He chose to fight it instead. Garett found that poetry helps him in so many ways. From heartache to expression of his emotions. Poetry helps him feel. At eighteen, he has written a variety of poetry collections, but now his debut of an honest poetry book has finally arrived. Monochromatic is all about how you see the world. One minute you see everything in black and white, but the next you see everything in color. But once you see in color, why would you ever go back to a dull life of? It’s much more difficult than he thought. Time after time, Garett fell depressed and lonely. Shutting everyone around him out of his own life. Until he finally found the courage to rise above his pain and show the world what he’s made of.