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Visions in Rhyme

Sabrina Willmer

Publisher: Self Publishing Partnership

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Summary

Sabrina Willmer is a widowed mother of six children & grandmother to seven grandchildren, writing has always been her passion. Using her life experiences and faith in GOD inspired her to write Visions In Rhyme. It is a spiritually prophetic written work. It has a message in each poem that is thought provoking and clear...Sabrina’s Joy will be that it blesses those who take the time to read it...
We are limited by the way we allow our thoughts to lead or mislead us. Don’t allow thoughts that have no fact or foundation to take root in your heart. The words in this book are written in love and truth, and each poem can give the reader a new perspective in the way they think. VISIONS IN RHYME is a book written with spiritual intent. It prophetically answers some of life's questions. Words in poem form, which encourage and bring light in…GOD IS GOOD.

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