You Can't Live Off Love

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 4, 2009 - Poetry - 73 pages
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This book has a lot to offer the readers because it has a collection of poetry that is, I must say, second to none (I’ve been accepted into the poetry hall of fame), poetry that has a real meaning that will also take your mind to another level, yet a small collection of poetry that talks about so much. And if that’s not enough (need I go on?), most of my poems are just six lines, short and sweet. In fact, I truly believe that I have a poem that everybody can relate to, so what I’ve done to prove that is I’ve written an index of poems so you can browse through, just to see what this collection has to offer. Once again, though it’s a small collection (very few books of poetry offer that), but just as well, it will be good knowing what the poetry is talking about. I also wanted everyone to see how much variety it has to offer to the index. It can guide you if you’re looking for a certain type of poem, or if you just want to look and see what type of poems are there and what they’re talking about. Now I can’t tell you the thrills I get from reading some of these poems, so read them for yourself and let your mind explore. But now wait, I wanted to go a step farther, so I also wrote two short stories. The first one, I would say that it’s a heartfelt story that I’m sure you can relate to, and the second story is a mystery—full of glare, excitement and color, entertainment profound.
 

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