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End Of Poe-Hatery Era

End Of Poe-Hatery Era

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by Kennie Kayoz
     
 
Many people don't know that I started to write back in 2002. Back then I was filled with alot of anger and frustration. My life wasn't good. It's been 10 years since I started to write and my life has changed alot. I'm in a better place now.

Overview

Many people don't know that I started to write back in 2002. Back then I was filled with alot of anger and frustration. My life wasn't good. It's been 10 years since I started to write and my life has changed alot. I'm in a better place now.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044481954
Publisher:
Coyotes Publishing
Publication date:
08/02/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
991,925
File size:
730 KB

Meet the Author

Growing up as Kennie was never a easy thing to do, he always had trouble making friends since he was more of a shy person than anything. As time past and he got into high school he began to get bullied and harassed.Which lead him to writing poetry to vent his frustrations and have his own personal outlet from the world that surrounds him. High School got progressively worse, to the point of him dropping out. His home life was never anything great either he never got along with either of his parents or any of his siblings.In October 2005 just a few days after his birthday he began to talk to whom would later become his fiancee which as you could imagine brought much joy to Kennie's life, but in December of that year it brought pain as his father was killed in a car accident.Through many of his life's trials and tribulations he continues to write.

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End Of Poe-Hatery Era 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great title and 637 pages of Kennie. Again I can hear some of these in a rap song in my head. Hey it may be one day never say never. Pain makes for raw writing and art. P.S. I hope you have found a better place to live-- sometimes a dysfunctional family can tke the fun out of dysFUNctional. Being along is tough but there are some places we don't really miss once we are out.