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AuthorHouse, Dec 6, 2004 - Poetry - 56 pages
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Frances Heiman writes about a wide variety of subjects in this book.  The mother of Moses tells why she placed the baby in a basket, in another poem she writes about the gift she has given to a grown daughter; some of the poems show how child abuse is handed down from one generation to another; one poem is about a mother who has killed her child; many poems are about the beauties she finds in the everyday world.

There are a great varieties of subjects that touch the heart and reveal the complexities of human nature.

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About the author (2004)

Frances Heiman lives in suburban Chicago and has been writing for thirty five years.  She has published poetry and has won several poetry contests.  She also writes fiction and has self published a novel showing how child abuse is handed down from one generation to another.

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