Vanquish La BÍte Noire

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Author House, Feb 11, 2012 - Poetry - 72 pages
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Travelling through realms, inside of little boxes, hidden inside of realms. Poetry penetrates, liberates and ensnares the ever evolving vitality. It resonates inside of immortality, lining our insides like coats reversed, liquefying the soul and disposing it on warm gutters of slippery history, memories, love, joy and agony. Bliss bled out into smiles of soft whispers, that if distinguished correctly are rejuvenating lullabies. Share with me my repair and witness my inner reality, through the astounding analysis of words that emulate the spirit. Explore the spirit that breathes inside of me.
 

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Contents

Exposed
1
God Has Healed
2
Agony
3
Piping Rarities
4
Le Petit Nicholas
5
Dismantled
6
John
7
Breaking the Chains
8
Blue Valley
37
Home
38
Adieu
39
Static
40
Psychosis
41
Secrets
42
The Good Book
43
No Doubt I Loved
44

Confiance en Soi
10
Gravity
12
The Subordinates
13
A Thousand Views
14
A Mans View
15
Vert Blades
17
My Turn
18
PedoPill
19
This time around
21
Young Man a Womans Plea
23
Elrina
26
The Man
28
Irretrievable
30
Woman of Islam
31
Blank Walls
33
Rebirth
34
Prediction
35
Swindlers Contortion
36
Curiosity
45
Insight
46
The Focus
47
Silver Rain
48
Sick Hound
49
Puddles
50
Simply to Feel the Peace
51
One Eyed Youth
52
Waiting for you to Love Me
53
Swallowing Memories
54
Dripping Wine
55
Searching for faith
56
Gashed Puppet
57
A Tomorrow That Will Never Be
59
Hollow
60
Jezebel
61
Lullaby
62
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Dual National identity, British Antilles of Bermuda and French National of Franche-Comptť born in 1976, mother of one to a beautiful daughter Rajanae. Spending endless hours at the age of eight reading William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar and completely intrigued by Biblical parables, words have always painted a unique picture of life and emotions in her mind. Raja started writing at an early age and her family and friends were always highly supportive of her ability to create passages and pictures in the mind with words. With a mixed religious background, Raja emerged as an adult with a profound moral influence as well as an interesting view and edification of people. Completely bilingual in both English and French, this multinational Author has a diverse background. Educated and inquisitive. Raja has travelled worldwide to different countries and prides herself in being extremely optimistic about her life. Expressing a keen grasp on life and emotions, ensuing hopes and heartbreaks has become a part of her intensely detailed character. She is known for her combination of individualism, intellect, maverick, mixed culture, sophisticated observation of emotional-consciousness, irony and her daring ability to love freely, indifferent to its pain. The sister of three girls born to her mother with no brothers, and the amazing influence of her Grandmother Martha, young Raja sprouted from a strong female nest empowered with a feminist side, but also grasps and enjoys the traditional female role, dualistic to that of the19th century woman when she allows her life to spin in this direction. She would describe herself as a "Profound Sufferer and Hostage of the Heart" her ironic spirit a combination of credulous infatuation and well informed cynicism with regards to men and love, can be felt in every immersed line that she has ever written.

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