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Words Never Spoken, a book of Spoken Word, is a never before seen, unique, chapter- and story-driven, fictional book of spoken word. It is a book that touches on the deepest personal issues today, such as depression, suicide, molestation and domestic abuse. It is book of self-improvement and self-help with lines for journal entries to hold the reader's deepest thoughts.

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Paperback, 108 pages
Published September 19th 2016 by Authorhouse
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Diane
Mar 14, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Words Never Spoken is a powerful account of ambition and hope, despair, and rejuvenation and introduces its subject with a succinct observation of the process that receives deeper inspection in chapters to follow: "I wanted what every girl wants: to fall in love and live happily ever after. But after one failed marriage and with forty quickly approaching, I had given up."

While many stories chronicle this same process, what sets Words Never Spoken apart from most others is its attention to rend
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Molly
Oct 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
After reading a different book from this outstanding author, I shared a brutal experience from my own past- and the empathy I felt for both the broken offender and survivor.

This whole powerful collection encourages reflection- and self challenge.

It touches readers in a visceral way.

If you are or know a wounded healer, if you are or know someone working through or ahead after a difficult set of experiences, read on - if you are up for the challenge.

Much grittier than a #metoo - more reminiscen
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Hilma B.
Feb 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I can’t say enough how grateful I am to have received a copy of this book. It took me awhile to read it because it’s not light material. Words Never Spoken talks about things that people don’t believe happen in real life or that they could never imagine touching their perfect lives. This spoken word poetry book is raw, real, and heartbreaking. It opened old wounds that I had forgotten about, BUT it also helped to heal them. I found strength and courage. I found a friend and confidant through the ...more
Denise
Feb 04, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: giveaways
An interesting combination of poetry and thought-provoking questions. A good exploration of life’s troubles and how a person can come through them
DENISE
Mar 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Beautiful. This book was just what I needed. Thank you.
Louis Cecile
Nov 23, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This poetry book follows a narrative format highlighting common issues in the black community. Typical themes of infidelity, drug abuse, lust and religion dictate the poems that lead a fictitious story. The language, idioms and scenery cater for an audience well versed in this environment. However, due to the universal nature of the themes it can appeal to all.

The poems, in general, follow a 3 line stanza format with each line being short with a coupled end rhyme. This makes the pacing fast wit
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Even at the age of seven, up and coming Author Cheryl Denise Bannerman, would sit for hours on end reading about faraway lands, intriguing characters and intoxicating storylines.

And by a pre-teen, she was writing poetry for publication and short stories for school that moved the reader to laughter, tears, and sometimes anger. She was an old creative soul from a young age, experiencing way too much
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