Transitions in Life and to Deathby Frederick Douglas Harper
As Harper's eighth book of poems, Transitions in Life and to Death addresses numerous transitions or changes in life that often present challenges as well as opportunities. Also, the book deals with the ultimate transition from Earthly life of the flesh to death or the spirit world beyond. Examples of titles from Transitions in Life and to Death include "Transitions," "A Mother's Hand," "Move On," "And God Spoke Without a Cell Phone," "When John F. Kennedy Died," "Greetings at My Funeral," "Getting God's Gift Out of You," "Coal Miners' Challenge," "911 (Fire Fighters and Helpers)," "Divorce," "End of a Journey Continued," "It's Okay to Be Who You Are," "Man's Law," "Transition from Romance," "In Search of Oneself," and "The Art of Suffering."
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