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Worlds of You - Poetry & Prose

Beau Taplin

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Beautiful, inspiring, and empowering, Worlds of You sweeps readers away on a journey of emotion. Filled with lyric wisdom, Taplin’s second book expands on the themes introduced in Bloom, offering insight and comfort. 

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