Passages from My Life
Ilusion Guzman Dominguez has written over 100 poems in both English and Spanish. Some of them have been published individually, but this is the first collection of her poetry. Dominguez prefers to express her feelings on paper rather than in the spoken word, so that others have the option to read rather than listen. She graduated from the Wilfred Academy of Hair and Beauty Culture and is a retired hairdresser. Now a widow, Dominguez is the proud mother of three and grandmother of ten and resides in Florida. In our society, many battle with depression, loss and substance abuse. In this, her first book, Ilusion Dominguez shares a collection of poems and other writings that chronicle her journey from despair and desperation to faith and hope. As she battled with the loss in her own life, she turned to the bottle and the pen to express her feelings and deal with her depression. Later, when she met Jesus Christ and learned to lean on Him, she continued to use her pen to glorify and praise Him for the radical change He made in her life. Readers from all backgrounds will draw strength and hope from these glimpses into Dominguez's heart.
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