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Let's Talk Honestly "My Poetry"

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"Black people LET'S TALK HONESTLY. Let's talk about women, men, and other issues in the black community as seen from a young black man’s view. Are you ready?"
Paperback, 32 pages
Published May 28th 2004 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (first published May 2004)
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George L. Cook III, Let's Talk Honestly: “My Poetry” (Wasteland Press, 2004)

Here's a rule of thumb for you that, likely, you will never have to apply: anyone who's grammatically illiterate enough to think that a book's subtitle needs quotation marks is probably not going to fill that book, with its quoted subtitle, with award-winning poetry. And really, I knew that when I bought George Cook's Let's Talk Honestly: “My Poetry”. I don't want you to think I didn't. I have a huge whack of stuff on my
Shirlena rated it it was amazing
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