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Unsolicited Poems

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Published by Verna Press in New Orleans, LA .
Written in English

The Physical Object
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24975472M
ISBN 10978-0-9842281-1-9

  ONE HUNDRED NARRATIVE POEMS by GEORGE TETER Classics. One Hundred Narrative Poems. Book binding is worn - not damaged, but worn. Some slight browning of pages; otherwise, good condition. The front cover and binding of the book is coming apart. Book Description: Scott, Foresman and Co., Chicago, Atlanta, New York, Cloth. Book The Australian Poetry Publishers directory is a portal for poets to have their poems published, to encourage Australian poetry to be purchased and to support Australian Poetry Publishers in enabling poets to have the opportunity to be ://

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I can't stop imagining my own death on airplanes. I buckle my seatbelt and a propeller flies through the window and slices off my arm. I look as my insides stream from the wound. If this doesn't happen then later the plane will fall slowly and smash into a mountain. I am crushed like a grape inside a fist. My mother asks me to text her every time I board a :// Six mini biographies are included in this book. Each paints a portrait of a lesser-known woman scientist who relentlessly pursued her studies despite obstacles in her path, many of which were gender-based. The biographies are accompanied by photographs, and the whole package is an engaging read. Out of Wonder: Poems Celebrating Poets

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