99 Poems

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iUniverse, Jul 22, 2010 - Poetry - 144 pages
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Love poetry? Then you will enjoy these wonderful poems written by a native of New Orleans, La. If you fancy almost any type of genre of poetry, then these will surely intrigue you. Moreover, for those readers who love football, and for those younger ones who need to read wholesome literature, then 99 Poems is the book to read.
 

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Contents

Beauty
2
Music
4
Read
6
Hello My Friends
8
Sweet Brees
10
Its Not What You Know
12
Add Value to Your Life
14
Wisdom
16
Iron Knee
56
July
58
My Weakness Is Now My Strength
62
Progression
64
Uncanny Man
66
King of the South
68
O Sista
70
The Invitation
72

The Grace of a Woman
18
Leafy Green
20
When Things Are Going Bad II
22
Inflection Point of
24
Hatred
26
Ridiculer
28
Womankind
30
Decisions
32
Heavenly Sonnet
34
Patience
36
The Thrill Is Gone The Thrill Has Passed
38
Womankind
40
The New Order
42
The Moon
44
First Breath
46
O Father Where Art Thou?
48
When I Grow Up
50
Awesome Orchid
52
Writing
54
Green
74
The Mind
76
Spring
78
Louisiana
80
After Effect
82
Being Cool
84
Big Blue
86
White Lies and Black Lies
88
Man vs Machine
90
The Enterprise
92
Smiling Faces
94
Give and Take
96
Writing II
98
La Cultura
100
Lagniappe Poems
102
John Everyman
108
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
138
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About the author (2010)

The author, N. F. Jones, is a native New Orleanian who has received his bachelor's degree in 2005 from Louisiana State University in Baton Roige, La. He currently teaches for the Lafayette Parich School System and is working to obtain his certification in English. Also, N. F. Jones has had a strong passion for writing and hopes to be a successful author and to make an outstanding contrubution to his home state.N. F. Jones also has a desire to make an impact on the lives of young people today. His aim is to reach the younger generation and assist them by being a great example and helping them to reach their goals in life, and also helping them to become respectable citizens in our day and age.

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