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Spiritual Antenna

Shirley Blackwood

Publisher: Shirley Blackwood

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Spiritual Antenna focuses on themes such as love, anger, grief, nature and life challenges. It speaks the unexpressed words hidden in the heart of the human spirit. We’ve all felt lost and broken at times and not known which way to turn. This collection of poetry aims to take you on a journey that allows you to go deeper into the repressed emotional pain, bringing it to the surface, so that you can connect to the conscious spirit and find healing and restoration. Take courage and use these words, written in love, to push you through your circumstances.

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