Love Letters

Love Letters

by Wilson Ayinbangya Amooro

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Overview

ENDORSEMENT:


Wilson Amooro has written a romantic collection of touching, endearing poems for anyone who is in love, has loved and lost, or wants to get a peek at what it means to have your heart light up with the thought of one who loves you dearly.
Michelle Stimpson , National bestselling Author, Speaker, Educator
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When the cynicism of my age and life get me down, I often find myself turning to one of the lovely works by the talented young writer from Ghana, Wilson "The Poet" Amooro. If you find yourself over whelmed by emotion while reading one of Wilson's touching poems, feel free to have a good cry.
Judy Fane, Sociology Professor & Author of 'Paddy the Pelican Survives the Storm'
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Wilson, the Poet and nurse, shows love everyday to his family, friends and patients. He not only knows how to heal as a medical professional, but he knows the Lord's agape unconditional love. He walks the walk and talks the talk directly from his heart.
Cheryl Thompson (American Godmother of Wilson),State University of New York at Geneseo Adjunct Faculty and Author of 'Eli's Rainbow'


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781495231605
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/14/2014
Series: Love Letters , #1
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.22(d)

About the Author

Biography of Author:

Wilson Ayinbangya Amooro, known internationally as Wilson 'thePoet' Mandela, has won recognition for creating poetry that speaks deeply of the human experience. Drawing from his own experiences of life, love, faith, and loss, his work has garnered him praise from awarding bodies and the appreciation of his fans. He began writing in 2003 at the age of 14, when his first piece entitled "Mother's Love" won him the second runner up prize in a national competition organized by Nestle Ghana Limited. He continued to write poetry, and began gaining more exposure in 2013 when his work received acknowledgment by the United Nations via the International Organization for Migration (IOM). That year he was featured on Top Radio 103.1 in Accra, Ghana, and in the annual edition of Gong Gong Magazine. His poetry has been featured in the poetry anthology "Breaking Silence: Poetic Lifeline From Slavery to Love." His work can also be found in the Amazon-published anthology "Nelson Mandela Tributes," and he regularly video blogs performances of his works. Wilson is an active member of Poetry Foundation Ghana, and the Ghana-based People of Equal Thoughts and Spirit (P.O.E.T.S).
Aside from writing poetry, Wilson is also passionate about astronomy. He founded Young Astronomers Ghana in 2010, which is still active today. As a profession, he is a practicing nurse. He also has a "Naming X" merit from organization Father's Film U.K.
Wilson's philosophy of life and work can be summed up in a simple quote:
''The more I love, the more I grow; the more I grow, the more I love''---Wilson 'thePoet' Mandela.
Wilson's artful way of crafting words from the raw materials of personal experience and emotion continues to win him fans. His poetry is a testament to his life, and also serves as a touchstone for all those who read and relate to his words.

Other book(s) authored: 'Sweet Christmas & New Year Poems'

(Credit: Tiffany Howard)

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