Tales of a Firefly

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Author House, Aug 10, 2011 - Poetry - 108 pages
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There are so many stories written and told, however, there is one story. My story. It was written through expression felt in my heart and in my spirit. This book was also written because people communicate and own their own concept on what love feels, smells, and looks like. I hope this book affords people the opportunity to visualize the joys and the pains which Love encompasses: This journey of dreams.
 

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I began writing at the age of nine, due to a request from my fourth grade teacher. Mrs. Elliott asked me to write a heartfelt essay beckoning the release of the hostages in Iran during Iran hostage Crisis in 1980. As my talents became more recognized, I was asked by both family and friends to write letters as well as poems expressing what they felt in their souls. As I began my journeys with poetry and essays; writing became as natural as breathing. I always had a journal at hand to record the lesson of the day; whether it was two lines, a stanza, or a story. I use metaphors and similes to gain the reader‘s thoughts and interest. My poetry begs the audience to arrive at their own understanding. My poetry tells a story; my words are allusive, imaginary, and intoxicating. I write personally and I write for every man. Join my own her travels by reading the Tales of a Firefly.

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