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Meet Me Halfway

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For those who are searching, reaching, holding, and especially for those who are remembering, Javan presents not simply poetry, but a journey through the experience of being human in "Meet Me Halfway." 0-935906-01-0$5.00 / Javan Press
Paperback, 56 pages
Published April 1st 1981 by Javan Press (first published 1981)
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Many people complain life never gave them any chances. We are given life we must take the chances.

It's interesting what we can find when we take the occasional closer look. I found three of the books in this series while glancing through the poetry section at a local Barnes & Noble, tucked next to a Norton Critical edition of Paradise Lost. I glanced through several of the writings in each, bought all three and had B&N order me the fourth.

This is one of a series of four books by the aut
Cody Johnson
This book is awe inspiring. I have never felt quite as accepted and full of hope as when i was reading this book. it makes love a simplicity but also a respected and necessary journey. i would reccomend this to all who have ever considered themselves in love. There is no exception to its brilliance.
Making relationships work is something that requires effort on behalf of both participants. This book of poetry conveys that very nicely.
" There have been times
When I needed you
But you were not there
And a few times
When you were there
There was no need
But that's all over-shadowed
By the times I needed you

And you were there"
Great series! These book are just up there as my favorite to have read about love in my early 20's! These books were written my a man and are great for both men and women to read. As a matter of fact everyone must read them. They are simply amazing!
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Javan (which is the author's given middle name) was born October 19, 1946 in a small North Carolina town. He lived in N.C. through high school and college, then moved to Atlanta in 1968, where he worked as an agent for Eastern Airlines until the end of 1977. In 1979 Javan self-published his first book and started traveling around the country with his golden retriever puppy, Brandon, introducing th ...more
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