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Take It from Him: For Men of Standard & the Women Who Love Them

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In his final release in the "Take it From" series, poet Tremayne Moore rips the masks off masculinity! This thought provoking look into the mind of manhood will have brothers rolling up their sleeves and sisters taking a deeper look at the men they know and love! Tremayne addresses the determined man, the tired man, the loving man, the real man, and more. Whether you're bl ...more
Paperback, 84 pages
Published June 10th 2011 by Maynetre Manuscripts LLC (first published May 20th 2011)
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Teleah Scott
Dec 27, 2013 Teleah Scott rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Tremayne Moore's Take It From Him invites women to dive into the psyche of men but only if we are willing to be open-minded and receptive to the fact that there are still some good brothers around who desire God-ordained and God-sustained relationships. I truly appreciate this author's honesty and transparency as I'm sure it will help alot of women regardless of their relationship status. There's even a war cry to the men to stop their nonsense and get their acts together for the sake of our fam ...more
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Tremayne’s poems speak volumes about his commitment to Christ, the community, and the concerns of women, and his words encourage the reader to continue the spiritual healing that must take place in today’s world. I was struck by the powerful message of togetherness and hopefulness in “An Imaginary Conversation (Part 2)”. The dialogue between the men and women is reminiscent of conversations that you or I could have had today, yesterday, or a year ago about past mistakes and future dreams, and th ...more
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I never dreamed of being a writer when I was in elementary school. My desire was to be a singer and to be a guest performer on Soul Train (keep in mind, this is 1979-1980). Throughout elementary school, my extracurricular activities were reading (which I was an avid reader) and singing.
I would try to write when I was nine but because what I wrote made no sense I chose not to dwell on it. A few ye
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