TGbTG by omblivnju1027
To God be The Glory

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"TGbTG: To God be The Glory by omblivnju1027 is a poetry collection divided into two sections: “General and Society Poems” and “Spiritual and Love Poems." The poems in this collection are sincere and display personality at times, but most are formless and lack the freshness of imagery or insight that would enlighten readers."
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"Veronica A. Odum, a.k.a. omblivnju1027, is a child
of Yahweh (God). She is the daughter to a mother
who was a domestic engineer and a nurse’s aide. Her
father was a steel worker. Veronica was born and
still resides in Baltimore, Maryland. She is of the
Methodist faith, a Methodist lay speaker, and the
founder of the KISS (Keep it Spiritually Simple)
Ministry based on the scripture Luke 10:27–28.
A graduate of Morgan State University, Veronica
has been a teacher of mathematics for over twentytwo
years. As a former senior sales director with
Mary Kay Cosmetics, the motto, “Ordering your life by placing God fi rst, family
second, and career third” is the belief this author stands by. She enjoys singing,
songwriting, poetry, and abstract painting. Veronica’s passions include games
of strategy, ten-pin bowling, dancing (especially line dancing), a day on the
beach, a good book, and a good movie (no horror). The International Library of
Poetry’s (ILP) Editors selected omblivnju1027 to participate in the Best Poems
and Poets of 2007 Award. In 2008, Veronica became a distinguished member
of the International Society of Poets (ISP). She is a recipient of three 2008
Editor’s Choice Awards. Also Veronica is the recipient of the 2008 Outstanding
Achievement in Poetry Crystal Award Trophy and the 2008 Poets Merit Award
(ISP). She has been married thirty-four years to a man of God, Vance, and
through this union, a blessing in son, Verdine."
 

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Veronica A. Odum, a.k.a. omblivnju1027, is a child of Yahweh (God). She is the daughter to a mother who was a domestic engineer and a nurse's aide. Her father was a steel worker. Veronica was born and still resides in Baltimore, Maryland. She is of the Methodist faith, a Methodist lay speaker, and the founder of the KISS (Keep it Spiritually Simple) Ministry based on the scripture Luke 10:27-28. A graduate of Morgan State University, Veronica has been a teacher of mathematics for over twenty-two years. As a former senior sales director with Mary Kay Cosmetics, the motto, "Ordering your life by placing God first, family second, and career third" is the belief this author stands by. She enjoys singing, songwriting, poetry, and abstract painting. Veronica's passions include games of strategy, ten-pin bowling, dancing (especially line dancing), a day on the beach, a good book, and a good movie (no horror). The International Library of Poetry's (ILP) Editors selected omblivnju1027 to participate in the Best Poems and Poets of 2007 Award. In 2008, Veronica became a distinguished member of the International Society of Poets (ISP). She is a recipient of three 2008 Editor's Choice Awards. Also Veronica is the recipient of the 2008 Outstanding Achievement in Poetry Crystal Award Trophy and the 2008 Poets Merit Award (ISP). She has been married thirty-four years to a man of God, Vance, and through this union, a blessing in son, Verdine.Other works by this author:CD omblivnju1027 Book of Songs Vol.1.Selected poem, "TGbTG" in Collected Whispers published by The International Library of Poets.Published works at http://www.triond.com/users/omblivnju1027TGBTG!Websites:http://www.omb1027.comhttp://www.myspace.com/omblivnju1027http://www.jango.com/music/omblivnju1027Cover Design/Interior Artwork by Veronica A. Odum a.k.a. omblivnju1
 
Published January 14, 2010 by Xlibris. 266 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction
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on Dec 01 2014

"TGbTG: To God be The Glory by omblivnju1027 is a poetry collection divided into two sections: “General and Society Poems” and “Spiritual and Love Poems." The poems in this collection are sincere and display personality at times, but most are formless and lack the freshness of imagery or insight that would enlighten readers."

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