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Explorations of a Cosmic Soul

Allie Michelle

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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A revised and expanded edition of the bestselling Explorations of a Cosmic Soul. Align your soul and spirit with this beautiful collection of poetry straight from the author’s heart. Written by Allie Michelle, this edition includes her author notes that convey the energy she experienced when writing these poems. Inspiring and powerful, Allie's words will sweep you off your feet delivering the message that YOU are a cosmic being.

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