Urban Poetry by Carolyn Gibson

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"Urban Poetry is a collection of 60 poems that express the fiery emotions (""A Waste of Time"") and bittersweet opinions (""Rude People"") of an African-American woman who has experienced the extremes of ecstasy (""Man So Fine"") and disappointments with men (""Fall is Not a Season""), along with the stress of living life in an urban city (""Metro Spit"").
Author Carolyn Gibson's poetry further chronicles her exploration of self-empowerment (""Mind Power""), and shows the appreciation and admiration she has for the spiritual challenges between men and women (""Truth Freed Me""). 
Carolyn's observations of relationships, extreme behavior, and the constant struggle to maintain a sense of self have been chronicled in ""Urban Poetry"". From her ""Once a Week Blues"" to her ""Celebration of Men"", Carolyn's poems will stimulate and persuade you to read this book over and over again."
 

About Carolyn Gibson

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Carolyn Gibson is fortunate enough to be a full-time mother of Iain, Nadine, James and Scott. she has developed the guide through play with Scott and James. She maintains a website dedicated to parents supporting their children's foreign language learning - www.Languages4YourKids.com - and is writing a sequel on immersion experiences. Carolyn is Dutch-American and lives in England.
 
Published July 14, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 116 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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