Was Then, Now and Again: Poetry of A Life Worth Living

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AuthorHouse, Jan 13, 2006 - Poetry - 88 pages
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Starting at the young age of innocence, finding that first young love. The hardships of holding onto the love of another. Losing everything and finding out that there is a healing process to life. Guided by that inner voice to heal the physical and spiritual part of the soul. Finally, being able to see all that life has to offer including finding love again. This journey of love, loss, healing and laughter being traveled through the accumulation of poetry…enjoy.  

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About the author (2006)

Debra is educated in the field of Metaphysical Science and Montessori Education. Originally from the Pacific Northwest she has enjoyed writing short stories and poetry since she was thirteen. She spent a year in an Art and Communication School, where she excelled in creative writing, having many of her pieces published in the local papers. Today she resides in Hawaii and continues to write poetry and is currently writing a children’s story.

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