1. love-yourselfdoll:

    #letterstothemenihaveloved @mirthamichelle love this manuscript.


  2. "I might laugh and moan,
    And adore the things you do with your tongue,
    But that isn’t love…
    I want more
    — Letters To The Men I Have Loved (via lalarouge)

  3. mariaaboox3:

    Gives me life



    Buy "Letters, To The Men I Have Loved" Today! Links below :)

    AMAZON, BARNESandNOBLE and personalized copies at MirthaMichelle.com


  5. (Source: nookee)


  6. Anonymous said: Can I write you a poem ?



  7. Your life, Your love! Pick up a copy of my book today at your nearest Barnes and Noble or order online via Amazon, BN.com, Kindle, Nook, iBooks, GooglePlay! #LettersToTheMenIHaveLoved


  8. Here is the entire poem. #MyLove. Told you guys it was long. Adios! ❤️ #MMCM


  9. "My Love"


  10. musicinmysoul218:

    “Accept your heartbreak. One cannot stop pain. Pain is meant to be felt. Cry if you must. Let it consume you if you must, and then allow it to be over. Say goodbye after having fully experienced it. Learn from it, learn the meaning of decisions. Afterwards, you will admire your courage and your strength. Then you’ll never allow anyone to break you in the same way again.”
    - Mirtha Michelle Castro Mármol


  11. "You know you don’t have to act with me, Steve. You don’t have to say anything, and you don’t have to do anything. Not a thing. Oh, maybe just whistle. You know how to whistle, don’t you, Steve? You just put your lips together and…blow."

    No one was as cool on screen as Lauren Bacall. Rest In Peace.


  12. When I was a teen I used to spend my evenings with my friends at the Barnes & Noble on Kendall Drive in Miami. We would go to our own favorite sections, and I recall us dreaming a thousand dreams of the future we wanted to live. Today years later I walked into a Barnes and Noble in Los Angeles and saw my book on the same shelf as my favorite poet Pablo Neruda. The same Neruda books I read as a teen. In similar aisles, with nothing but a dream. (at Barnes & Noble Events, The Grove)


  13. The closest I’ve been to #Neruda. Have you guys read my ode to Neruda in my book #LettersToTheMenIHaveLoved? Titled “Neruda, Was Right” found in Letter X. (at Barnes & Noble Events, The Grove)


  14. Anonymous said: Do you think you can post your poem "We Don't Hold Hands" everyone I know says they love it, so I've been dying to read it. Please:) that would be awesome if you could

    I posted part of it on my Instagram! It’s a long poem. You should pick up your copy! ❤️


  15. Anonymous said: I am 20. He is 18. It's not that bad, isn't?

    Age is nothing but a number. Live your life. Experience. Be fearless.