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Diary of A Lover's Heart Taj Bey
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$12.95
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
I dedicate this poem book to my dearest long time friend. These sincere poems and letters speak to her from me with truth and love. They epitomize levels of experiences, love, passion, and metaphors woven into a series of mini-stories. I am so blessed to have shared my life with her. Thank you for being who you are and for caring and loving me with the highest wisdom and richness.
Diary of A Lover's Heart Taj Bey
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$8.00
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781304733917
Dedicated To Patricia I dedicate this poem book to my dearest long time friend. These sincere poems and letters speak to her from me with truth and love. They epitomize levels of experiences, love, passion, and metaphors woven into a series of mini-stories. I am so blessed to have shared my life with her. Thank you for being who you are and for caring and loving me with the highest wisdom and richness. The love letters and poems of love to Patricia Panda who I consider the love of my life. During the course of my correspondence with Patricia, take note some of the material is very optimistic and some of it is elegiac beauty. However, the poin ...
Memoirs of a Father and Son prison letters, stories, and poems Taj Bey
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781304733818
This book is dedicated to my father Jerome Williams. This book is a combination of the writings of my father and mine. A collection of poems, letters, and stories. These poems and letters are true work of both authors and the stories I wrote are pure and positive imagination. This is a rare collaboration of its kind because my father had life in the Maryland State Penitentiary and wrote his poems before he passed on. And me his son was incarcerated in a Federal prison in Allenwood, Pennsylvania where my writing began. Although both of us were incarcerated in different states; ironically we wrote on some of the same subjects but different titles. I don’t know if ...