ME, MYSELF AND I

ME, MYSELF AND I

Created on: Jun-11-2010   Last updated: Feb-11-2011

 

8.5" x 11" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color - Thick Book
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I am a African American Women, Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. who believes, Action speaks louded than words. To have so much thoughts in the mind, i decided to transfer it on paper. and to express it vocally, its just a beautiful feeling. To know one of my poems can touch a person, or as I am reciting it, that person who is listening, feels as though I am talking about them, that is what I call my way of Preaching the word. I have no limit in writing as long as the mind is at a steady pace. I love reciting my poetry as it will touch the one who's listening and help the ones who sometimes looks for answers. I am a mother of two, who see myself in my daugher, as she is the twin like symbol of my youth years. I see my son as the man who will respect ladies and I see my man as the man who will be by my side when I need a friend. I dedicated this book to my mother and step dad, as they raised me to be who I am today. A wonderful Poet.

 
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I am a Honey-Bee a African American Women, Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. who believes action speaks louder than words. To have so many thoughts on the mind, I decided to transfer my words on paper. And its even greater to express it vocally on stage. Its just a beautiful feeling to know one of my poems can touch a person who is reading it. or looking in ones face as if they think I am talking about them. That is what I call my way of preaching the word. I have no limits in writing as long as the mind is at a steady pace. I love reciting my poetry as it will touch the one who's listening and help the ones who sometimes looks for answers. I am a mother of two, who see myself in my daugher, as she is the twin like symbol of my youth years. I see my son as the man who will respect ladies as that's the only way I know too teach him. and I see my man as the man who will be by my side when I need a friend. I dedicated this book to my mother and step dad, as they raised me to be who I am today. A wonderful Poet.