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Poem Cries Out Beautiful Songs

Shavonda Robinson

Publisher: Sebastian Schug

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This book of poetry is about the ups and downs of being a woman in today's world. Each poem is a reflection of how the poet see's the world through her eyes. The poet's feelings and thoughts go beyond it's artistry and depth in each poem. Through verse, the poet tells a story of being a normal woman who experiences love, heartache, happiness, self esteem issues, depression, love of music, and beauty in many forms.

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