Life, Living, and Death

Life, Living, and Death

by Arthurine Rice

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Overview

Experience the true meaning of life, death, and love through a whole new perspective.

A collection of poems that surpasses age, gender, and race, Life, Living, and Death: A Poet�s Perspective will stimulate your interest. Amidst the diverse adversity, Rice�s collection will bridge understanding to the readers regarding each individual�s life experience. As you read through each poem, you will realize that each person may go through different struggles. But as each difficulty is experienced, it is necessary to keep your hopes high, have the right amount of stamina, perseverance, and courage to be able to overcome life�s most difficult situations.
Life, Living, and Death: A Poet�s Perspective will definitely keep you hooked and engaged with its unique, inspiring, and fun poems that are truly meant for everyone. This collection will let you create vivid pictures in your imagination, engage, and mesmerize you as you relate to your life�s story.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150308763
Publisher: Page Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 08/25/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 134
File size: 1 MB

About the Author




Arthurine Rice is a published poet who has been writing poems commencing at a very young age. She has earned and received several accolades for many pieces of works. For example, Arthurine was honored with the Golden Poet and Honorable Mention Awards by World of Poetry during 1989 and during 2001 was recognized with the Directors Award of Merit for Excellence in Songwriting by Paramount Group in Nashville, Tennessee. She has also published with several companies such as Nubian Chronicles and TimBookTu. During October 1, 1996, Arthurine was inducted into the International Poetry Hall of Fame.
Arthurine enjoys expressing herself through poetry and depicting world situations as she sees them. She primarily writes for her personal enjoyment, the gift of writing was given to her, and for the challenge itself.

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