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Madame Daphne Jane Rogers Molson is a Canadian, International Library of Poetry, Owings Mills, Maryland graduated poet laureate. She's a multibillionaire editor, Howard Ely's, Editor's Choice Awarded, Most Prestigious Published Poet Scholar and an elite, 2006, International Who's Who Golden Poet Award Winner, of his 24kt. Gold Medallion and Pin, Issue Number 1013, given her for creating the most extraordinary contributions of poetic artistry to the International Who's Who In Poetry he membered her to. His ...
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MADAME DAPHNE JANE ROGERS MOLSON

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Overview

Madame Daphne Jane Rogers Molson is a Canadian, International Library of Poetry, Owings Mills, Maryland graduated poet laureate. She's a multibillionaire editor, Howard Ely's, Editor's Choice Awarded, Most Prestigious Published Poet Scholar and an elite, 2006, International Who's Who Golden Poet Award Winner, of his 24kt. Gold Medallion and Pin, Issue Number 1013, given her for creating the most extraordinary contributions of poetic artistry to the International Who's Who In Poetry he membered her to. His Watermark Press acclaimed her form 1997 to 2009 to ILP luxury hardbound anthologies and The Sound of Poetry discs and tapes. She was invited from 1999 to 2009 to many International Society of Poets Conventions she any attended. She was membered to The International Poetry Hall of Fame, and sponsored it for any years, and has a place of hallow put away there somewhere by Steven Michaels, ISP Organizer. Watermark Press also made Daphne a vanity book in 2005, titled Madame Daphne Molson, A Portrait of an International Acclaimed Poet Laureate. This book is any of the acclaim he gave her and more. It poetic describes her city, its world wonder, its waterway, herself and her son, George Paul Molson, asks peace, reflects on it, and describes a mother's peace.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781462833269
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 5/12/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 700 KB

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