Tales of a Security Guard Volume One: Poems and Lyrics <br>By Samuel Charles Andrews

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iUniverse, Dec 28, 2005 - Poetry - 140 pages
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Samuel Andrews came from a family of 14
was abused mentally and sexually as a child.

He led a colorful life of lies ending up in Frankfur Germany where he struggled for years.

Here are a selection of poems and lyrics based on his experiences
you see some of the people he met and some of the motivational thoughts he held that brought him thru.

You will see that poem can be in anyone and that we can survive anything.

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I give this book five stars.iit is deep and moving !!!


Dried Bloom
So what
Poor and rich people are the same
So you think
Sweet goodbye
Those people
Gotta find somebody to love
Frozen Pain
Three days after the fight

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About the author (2005)

Samuel Andrews was born in Tacoma, Washington to Charles and Ora Jean Andrews.
One of twelve children Samuel became interested in writing at age eight, penning one of his first poems to his school teacher and yet another based on a Bible verse.

While attending Multnomah Bible College Andrews began working in Broadcasting at Christian Radio?s KPDQ AM FM in Portland. A few years later he found himself living in Europe where he lived for a considerable time and is published as a lyricist and recording artist.

See http://www.samuelandrewsproductions.com

After landing In New York Samuel found his financial affairs in disarray and was forced to find work as a security guard. This book is dedicated to a class of people often overlooked.

Samuel is a survivor of childhood physical and emotional abuse followed by a colorful past. Here the first of this poem and lyric series reflect his hope, pain, reconciliation and observations.

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