Candy Apple: A Diverse Collection of Poems

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Author House, Dec 14, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 86 pages
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Romantic love, inspiration, black history, and deep spirituality are all exhibited throughout these pages of poetry. These poems will allow you to look deeper into different situations of life told through the eyes of the poet who has an excellent gift of perception. I hope these poems touch your heart, mind, and spirit as they cross all aspects of life. I do hope that they create in you a feeling to love better and to share that love more deeply with your family, friends and loved ones.

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This book took me back to the years that I use to read & listen to Poetry in College. The authur, F. L. Jones, has a unique way of drawing the reader into each poem as if the words, came from within themselves. Because I'm a Genealogist in my family, I especially love the poem, "Cousin Annabelle, Why do you Cry?" Such a Great Read! I wish her continued success with her future writings.
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This is a great book that touches on many aspects of life. The author has a creativity that digs deep in many areas that all people can relate to. I enjoyed the poem You are Awesome Girl!!! Very motivational!!!

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About the Author F. L. Jones is a poet, writer, and storyteller. She enjoys writing articles about children issues, disability issues, spirituality, romantic love, and exotic passion. She touches on all sides of relationship issues, such as domestic abuse,love, religion, and current events, etc. Jones is a single mom, and she enjoys mentoring youth, and volunteering in the community and at her local church. She is originally from Marianna, Arkansas, and considers Fayetteville Arkansas her second home. She now currently resides in Memphis, Tennessee. Jones holds a Master’s degree from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Furthermore, she is a true Razorback fanatic.

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