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Sweetest Song I Know

Josephs Quartzy

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

'Sweetest song I know', is an English poetry book composed and written by Josephs Quartzy. This poetry book consists of more than 50 well-arranged different original poems important for mental health, relationships, youth, adventurers, and students, reading it will entertain, teach, remind, inform, and educate all.
 
This book is for all ages, ethnicities, cultures and religions for both poem lovers and anyone who never tried liking poems, “Poetry is art, poetry is music, music heals and music gives life”, as an author, I never liked poems too, but I needed only one time of reading, a moment that changed my life forever. You are welcome to the real world of music, enjoy the best stanzas of the sweetest song I know
Available since: 11/03/2022.
Print length: 64 pages.

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