Once as Lovers: Beautiful Struggle Epiphanies

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iUniverse, Feb 4, 2008 - Poetry - 112 pages
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Once As Lovers, is a steering body of collective poems that effortlessly captures the endearment of love and the aggressive spiritual power of sexuality. It is a book for aspiring and engaged lovers of all things.

Chameleon in its intentions, Once As Lovers suggests the most indulgent of experiences. Cover to cover, each poem provokes a gamut of compelling emotions and warms thirsty hearts. The Author illustrates and weaves passionate spells of sensual degradation and the metaphysical evolution of touch.


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Akinfe Fatou is an Author, Poet, Spoken Word & Collaborative Artist. She is a service oriented advocate for social change and the progression of disenfranchised populations. Infused with passion her work is both eclectic and intrinsic, expanding across genres. A native of Washington, DC, Akinfe currently resides in New York.

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