River Girl

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Trafford Publishing, Sep 16, 2010 - Poetry - 128 pages
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Personal, funny, and spiritual, River Girl offers a collection of poems to honor and pay tribute to some of the women who inspired author James Adams and made a positive impact on his life. While he was preparing to write this collection of poetry, friends and strangers wondered aloud, “What is a man doing writing about women?” While admitting to knowing little about women, Adams presents a celebration of the women in his life and of women in general. His collection of poetry isn’t intended to be a literary masterpiece or scholarly effort. Instead, through his poems, he shares his thoughts on his favorite women. Good to herself Good to herself An unhappy woman, the one who is miserable and who’s not good to herself cannot be a good friend to her girl and boyfriend. The woman with blue emotions and sadness is unable to be her best as a mother and wife The happy woman lives to get the most out of her life Good to herself

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James J. Adams is a poet, writer, and public speaker. Originally from South Carolina, James now makes his home in central Texas. After completing high school in 1982, James dedicated the next fifteen years of his life to the U.S. Army. He retired from the army in 1998.

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