The American Poet Who Went Home Again

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Bright Skylark Book Products, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 309 pages
 

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Dear Aberjhani,
I am writing you today to let you know that on page 273 of this book, you cite Mary Oliver as the author of the poem, Wage Peace, and, in fact, I am the author of the poem, Wage
Peace. My Name is Judyth Hill, and I am so glad you liked and quoted my poem in your book! Thank you!
All Blessings,
Judyth
 

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Contents

Return to Savannah
This Mothers Son
Thorns of Sorrow and Blossoms of Grace
The Us That Never Was
Strength to Carry On
MEETINGS WITH REMARKABLE GEORGIANS
The Keepers of Their Peoples Spirit
a Tale of Two Legacies
Words and Blood Burning the Page
The Great Old Man Mystical Poet on the Mountain
A Letter from Yesterday to the Present and the Future
Eyes Like Oceans of Infinite Love
Journey through Universes Beyond the Visible
THIS WORK THAT POETS DO
The Onyx of Savannah
Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance

Jack Leighs Beautiful Southern Adventures
The Hard Stuff
The Light and the Way of Luther E Vann
WORDS AND BLOOD
Savannah Moss
The American Poet Who Went Home Again
Tales of Harlem Down in Savannah
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi benYEHU
Twentynine Birds on a Wire
The History That Peace Made
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