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Most Precious Gift

Most Precious Gift

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by Nancy Lee Armstrong
     
 
The poems in this book are poems that have inspired me over the years I have been writing since 1978. This is a way of expressing my feelings in words and thoughts from other people’s experiences as well as my own to explain my ideals. To me a writer is very similar to an artist. The writer focuses in his mind and then visualizes a portrait, where as the artist

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The poems in this book are poems that have inspired me over the years I have been writing since 1978. This is a way of expressing my feelings in words and thoughts from other people’s experiences as well as my own to explain my ideals. To me a writer is very similar to an artist. The writer focuses in his mind and then visualizes a portrait, where as the artist begins to draw the paintings. Hoping that each line falls into place, like the poet that writes the word down. Much like a puzzle that is pieced together. Then it becomes a beautiful piece of artwork. I feel I have been reaching for the stars and chasing my dreams to bring a little light to shine within your hearts. I now hold the Editor’s choice Award in four separate books. One is titled, “Color of Life”. This is a peace poem on “Honorable Men” Dedicated to our American heroes in the U.S.A. I also wrote a poem about our Savior titled “Undying Rose”. I have another poem “Thorns” in a book “Timeless Voices”. Also I wrote a poem on “Birds” again on first page titled “Immortal Verses”. This book is all about my greatest Author Jesus Christ.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781503552432
Publisher:
Xlibris US
Publication date:
12/15/2011
Sold by:
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
108
File size:
11 MB
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Boring