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 POETRY
 
God Spoke It and I Wrote it

The Gift of Words

by Carolyn McKie
Illustrated by Niche Bagby

A Day at the Beach

Water, water everywhere---The majestic power, Surreal waves
Looking out over a clear view for miles and miles, Dolphins and sea gulls. An early morning, early risers walking and collecting sea shells.
A day at the beach, A day with God, A day of thinking and reflecting

and Praising God
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GOD SPOKE IT and I WROTE IT
presents DID YOU KNOW...?

Inspirational Poetry by Brenda H. Basley

This particular collection is called, Did You Know...?
A collection of poems dealing with various issues associated with addiction. If you are already enrolled in a substance dependency program, just know that with God as your higher power, you will have the strength to succeed. If you are not in a program and find yourself struggling with your addiction...

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Straight From a Poet's Mouth

by Nan Blackshire-Little

The Beginning

Today I sat, with pen in hand, counting all my blessings,
big and small. I remember them all....

I remember the beginning and see how far I’ve come.
Writing calms my soul and releases my stress.
This is when I’m at my best.
I praise and thank God for one of the most wonderful gifts
He has given to me and for the opportunity to share
my deepest feelings through my writing.

Love has A Story
by Rick L. Robinson, Jr.

Do you seek in Love what life seems to deny you? Happiness? Security? Attention? Is Love the answer? In this collection of poems, a series of independent experiences collectively form a romantic novel that embraces the trials and success of a timeless journey we affectionately and sometimes remorsefully call love.



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Apron Strings
by Kate W. Anderson

Of the more than 300 writings that were left by Mother, these were the ones that spoke of her connection to family and friends. The earliest of the works presented here was written at age eighteen and the latest at age eighty-eight - seventy years of writing about the people that she held close in heart if not always close at home. For her family, the apron strings were always there literally and figuratively to pull us closer together. This is the legacy she leaves with her written words ￿ that we might always hear the ￿tunes￿ of her heart and be close in spirit to her and Dad and to each other.



Cultural Consciousness

by Omar

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Drink All of Her
by Carl Jones

Carl Marco Jones was born in Portsmouth (P-Town) Virginia. From childhood he has been a keen observer of nature and ￿Folk￿.

￿Drink All of Her￿ is the first of a series of poetry that exposes and challenges us -- by tellin￿ it like it is. His ￿in yo face￿ approach to poetry is bathed in deep conviction and compassion.



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Flobird - A Bird's Eye View
by Cherie Johnson

 


From the Garden of God's Love
by Margaret Poyner Painter

I dedicate this book to Evelyn Creekmore, a retired Home Economics teacher, who inspired me by saying, ￿That￿s beautiful￿ regardless of how poor or how bad the poems were.

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Hearts Echoes
by Sandra J. Meadows

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Louder!
by James Scott
Illustrations by Mary Britt

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Love Don't Make It Right
by Stephanie Mosleyr

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Nostalgia
by Anne McNamara Heintzelman

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Poems of Faith and Memories
by Margaret Poyner Painter

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Seasons of a Woman
by Gwen C. Rollings

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The Poetic Artistry and Prose of Tom Burns
by Tom Burns

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