The Unspoken Heart

The Unspoken Heart

by Spicee Gray


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A collection of more than 80 poems, The Unspoken Heart is the perfect introduction of Spicee Gray to the world of literature. Fully loaded with intimacies, she aims her melodic truths at her past two relationships, friends, family, and the beloved woman reflected in the mirror.
Love and its various manifestations are excavated and explored. Within this book, you'll find words that have been imprinted and hidden in the heart of their owner for more than two decades through birth and death, marriage and divorce, faith and fear, joy and anguish, and so much more.

Grab a mug, get comfortable and prepare to enter the realm of The Unspoken Heart.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615990996
Publisher: Purposely Created Publishing Group
Publication date: 03/28/2014
Pages: 180
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Spicee is a strong, independent single mother who fought to overcome emotional scars of abuse at the hands of those she felt would love her for the woman she's become. Abuse to her is not just physical, but also verbal and mental, which traumatizes anyone and gives the same effect.

Spicee escaped from thirteen years of marriage to her ex-husband and another seven years with her youngest one's dad. In both relationships, she experienced traumatizing abuse which kept her from knowing the true meaning of love.

The one day came where she finally allowed herself to break walls and open her heart towards both loving and being loved, but surprisingly she came to the fork in the road, resulting in her being in love all by herself once again.

Trust that no one knew, not even Spicee herself, that she possessed- through the scars gained from storms in her life- the one key to acquire strength to fight fear and to stop hiding behind walls of control.

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