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Reflections of a Life Lived
     

Reflections of a Life Lived

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by Nicole Plain
 

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Emotion filled reflections from a young modern daughter, sister, mother, wife, woman. All that she is and all that she feels she shares with you to help you reflect on the most important things in life. Some of her titles are, My perfect man, Adulthood, My dearest friend, and You chose death. Nicole is a natural born poet, her words will invoke emotions, rather it be

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Emotion filled reflections from a young modern daughter, sister, mother, wife, woman. All that she is and all that she feels she shares with you to help you reflect on the most important things in life. Some of her titles are, My perfect man, Adulthood, My dearest friend, and You chose death. Nicole is a natural born poet, her words will invoke emotions, rather it be joy, saddness, fear, or anger you will feel it. Nicole has a great imagination, and is disciplined enough to capture her feeling, which leaves a lasting impression on anyone who reads her work.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012534965
Publisher:
Your Time Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
12/30/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
76
File size:
64 KB

Meet the Author

Nicole Plain, born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, Graduated from UNO 2003 BA Management and 2005 BA Accounting after a semester @ the University of Texas, Arlington. She has now relocated to the Dallas area of Texas, but still loves her Saints. The love of writing has always been her release and any time she shared her writings with others they would comment on the quality and emotions that they invoked. This is her first publication and if we are blessed this won’t be her last.

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Reflections of a Life Lived 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
aambcreviews More than 1 year ago
While reading these poems I found 1-2 spelling errors. Although I am aware that the author used her personal experiences to write, I felt at times that she tried "too hard" to make her words rhyme. The one poem that did catch my attention the most was "May 1st". This poem was about a father who decided to take his life. This particular writing made me feel the pain and anguish of the person affected. I do believe that with time this author will develop stronger capabilities to convey her message(s) to her audience and not hold back her true talent. Zandra Barnes AAMBC Reviewer