A Journal of Faith

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AuthorHouse, Nov 14, 2007 - Poetry - 168 pages
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A Journal of Faith is an anthology of poetry. The collection is a combination of intimate confessions, inner conflicts, and unrestrained honesty written in unique prose. The poetry is anything but ordinary, as intense emotions associated with sex, love, betrayal, faith and life are explained in a brilliant, raw, and unpredictable way.

There is absolutely no other poetry comparable to the humor, creativeness, explicitness and feminine attitude found within this book. Originality and controversy fill each page.

A Journal of Faith is the memoir of a woman who writes to ease and console herself through life’s tribulations. This book gives a voice to her insecurities, inner torment and disappointments. It is an innovative mixture of human intrigue, provocative sexual rhymes, societal consciousness, and shocking limericks. The poetry is naughty, yet insightful; sorrowful, yet hopeful. It is a declaration of hope and faith filled with sarcasm, wit and uninhibited truth written in the authentic verse of poetry.

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