Dark Night and Brighter Days: ''Reflections to Myself''

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Xlibris Corporation, Dec 8, 2010 - Poetry - 236 pages
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This little book may be hazardous to your mental, spiritual, and/or physical health. If the author's measure is any gauge than it will almost certainly be hazardous to your financial health. No portion of this book should be taken as any type of advice, legal or otherwise. This book is merely the out loud musings of a Southern Man* with a southern heart from a U.S. Southern State, at the early part of the 21st century. Any similarities of any individuals are accurately attributable to the fact that we are all human beings, at least in theory, and therefore we all share similar experiences. It is NOT my objective to be cute nor is my objective to convince you or win you, or flatter you, or anything to you. It IS my objective to express myself as clearly, as honestly, as precise as I am capable. For as three comes before 4or score and seven years ago, our forefathers hung their harps on the willows and cried for Babylon. And with quills like chisels carved on the snarling face of time these words: Hello . . . . I love you . . . . wont you tell me your name?

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I find myself reading going to this book over and over for a laugh, for some wisdom, or to look at the author's dark side in order to better accept my own.
This is fine and coursely ground humor
, anger, sadness and every flavor of the beautiful and uglifull expressage of humanity.
I reccomend this book for smart people, for dummies, for Baptists and Methodist along with their children, livestock and wives.
For a good laugh and a good cry, read Kent Berry.

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What a great book! You HAVE to read it! It is absolutely amazing! Enjoyed every story!

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Kent resides and works in Central Arkansas where he is more popularly known for his carnivorous culinary creations. He is the owner of The American Dream Inc. which does business as The Meat Shoppe in Gravel Ridge, Arkansas, and as Kent’s Downtown in Little Rock, Arkansas. Kent was born in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1961. He is the youngest of six children. He is the proud father of two fine sons, Tyler and Samuel. He missed the opportunity to know his daughter, Emma, for she was born still.

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