Higher Ground: Volume II: Outspoken Words from the Heart
A collection of poetry, grounded and hopeful sensibility, about African American mothers, sisters, daughters, and all human beings. Clara M. Jones' collection reflects the Black Experience in America from a historical perspective, as well as the principles of living based on ingrained family values.
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Remembering My Heart Cried Silent Tears
Its in Your Blood
Motherhood Aint What It Used to Be
Scripture Reference Luke
Just Call Him Mr Mom
Lets Go to Church
Women of Character
Home Girl Do You Remember?
Thats Layoff to You and Me
An Open Letter to Parents and Teachers Who Are Honest
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