We Fly At Dawn by Tony B. Sr. Ratliff

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The stories contained in this book are some of Tonys favorites which he has written down through the years. Heavy in metaphor and abstraction, they are designed to make one dwell on the values of commitment and responsibility. Although the lead story is about a flock of migrating mallards, it will quickly become obvious that the story is really about our life and how to deal with disaster or tragedy. The other stories are equally thought provoking, but also designed to entertain and inspire.


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Published September 3, 2009 by Xlibris, Corp.. 114 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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As a mysterious old man explains in “December Encounter,” “Poetry…is the mirror of the soul, and it is your soul and its association with the infinite intelligence of the universe that will make or break your happiness.” This soul-searching forms the arc that ultimately leads to an affirmation of...

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