My Name Is... "Ritta": Poetry with a Story
An African-American woman takes the reader thru her obstacles in life, family experiences, and bursts of humor in poetry. Many of the poems, are written in African-American slang. The large print was designed to accommodate the old and the young at heart. The writer has undergone nine different surgeries that included the removal of a tumor from her brain. Travelwith your mind and heart as you enjoy this very inspirational collection of poetry with a story.
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