Mullets and Mayhem

Mullets and Mayhem

Author: Noah D. Karchmer

Publisher:

ISBN: 0759655049

Category: Humor

Page: 176

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What is poetry? Many have tried to define and put a face to the six letter word but just like the anatomy of the human body, poetry has many layers. It lives through many life forms that are expressed verbally and non-verbally. Whether written or spoken, seen through photography or dance to graffiti on a public wall, poetry is an expression without boundaries. Two years ago, Eric Harvey and Tamara Hicks were perfect strangers. Drawn together through the ebb and flow of words, they connected and built a bond which they consider heaven made. Through emails conversations, they begin to share their life experiences through words in the form of poetry. Eventually they begin to understand that their words were God given and meant to be shared with the world. Eric and Tamara share a love and passion that is greater than the naked eye can see or the human ear can hear, their passion explodes through their writings. As you read through the words and discover metaphors in Freedom of Speech: Writing Out Loud, you will hear the echoes of love, joy, hurt, pain, forgiveness, and hope jumping off the pages through their unspoken voices of words. From community awareness to apologizing to the hurt and abandoned single women, FOS, offers a variety of poetry that every reader, no mater what age, race, gender or religion, can enjoy! Freedom Of Speech: Writing Out Loud is not just another poetry book, it represent one heart of two spirit filled individuals whose passion for God, life, love and community have destined them to uncover their words and speak out loud! We hope that this work will inspire, encourage and provoke the hearts and minds of our readers!
Mullets and Mayhem
Language: en
Pages: 176
Authors: Noah D. Karchmer
Categories: Humor
Type: BOOK - Published: 2001-09 - Publisher:

What is poetry? Many have tried to define and put a face to the six letter word but just like the anatomy of the human body, poetry has many layers. It lives through many life forms that are expressed verbally and non-verbally. Whether written or spoken, seen through photography or
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Pages: 320
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Language: en
Pages: 276
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Pages: 112
Authors: Sleuuth Fog Press
Categories: Music
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