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Bone House is a short collection of poems written during a young woman's quest for love and identity. Becoming a true woman is a challenge, and part of that journey is the struggle between the emotions and the mind. These poems display that tension, how it was dealt with, and how she led herself to womanhood.
Paperback, Large Print Paperback, 50 pages
Published June 3rd 2015 by Createspace (first published November 29th 2013)
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Darla
Jun 16, 2015 Darla rated it it was amazing
this is a collection of poems i really loved them....if i were a painter which also is the first one was awesome the book isnt so big that you get bored or anything and the poems can make you laugh for people who likes poems this is a great collection
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Yes, I'm a real person. I grew up in south central Oklahoma with my parents, three siblings, and various animals. As I was always academically driven, I graduated high school at the top of my class and aspired to be a marriage and family therapist (that was after I gave up the dream of being an archaeologist). While attending Oklahoma State University, I had an epiphany. I didn't want to be a ...more
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