Welcome Home [NOOK Book]

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WELCOME HOME is a book of beginnings, where to start. After we run here and there in our travels and escapades, we finally return to the only place where we are sure of ourselves and know our needs. WELCOME HOME is a return to “home, where the heart is,” back to basics, and core of our values.

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Welcome Home

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Overview

WELCOME HOME is a book of beginnings, where to start. After we run here and there in our travels and escapades, we finally return to the only place where we are sure of ourselves and know our needs. WELCOME HOME is a return to “home, where the heart is,” back to basics, and core of our values.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000795057
  • Publisher: Jeffrey V. Perry
  • Publication date: 11/29/2009
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 98 KB

Meet the Author

Jeffrey V. Perry, Writer, Poet, and Author
Jeffrey is a fifty-four (54) years old, Afro-American male, born in North Carolina in 1955. He has had several creative writing classes over the years, and understands the academics of literature. He attended Dartmouth College, undergraduate, and holds a Master of Science in Management. His titles include: The Positive Prime, a book of Poetry Publish America, Inc, LLP, 2007, Conversations with a Soul Brother (includes essays), Outskirts Press, 2008, and Welcome Home, Soul Food, Legacy of an Ex-slave,in 2009, and Obedience to Poetry (2.0)and Alternating Views 2.0 in 2010, all published at Harlem Book Fair Publishers (now Wordclay). He has published several essays, which are included in his collection, Alternating Views 2.0, from the Mental Health News, “Quality Life Promotes Recovery” and “The Economy’s Effect on People: a Peer Perspective,’ and is published in other NYC area mental health journals.

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  • Posted August 5, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Touch down, Planet EARTH

    Welcome Home touches our hearts more than ever before. Perry shows us how he is who he is, and maybe how he became him. "Partly in Party" is what we all experienced, as Cinderfella at the club, or being out in "Harlem Night"s. Home is where the heart is, in "A Man without a Heart" or Goodbye is Never Goodbye." "Where Went the Poets?" "Poetry," Poetry Is," and "Poet," speak to where and what Perry sees as poetry. Home is growing at the roots. This is real stuff!

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