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The Poet's Gift
Jaimie E. Miller's love of language shines through brilliantly in her debut collection of poetry. She considers herself "The People's Poet," writing about the true human conditions; life, love, pain, forgiveness, death, and hope. Jaimie's poetry fearlessly explores the emotional heart while remaining true to her foundation of realism. Whether delving into heartbreak and lo ...more
Paperback, 134 pages
Published June 29th 2017 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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An outstanding poetry collection as diverse as life itself: A Poet's Gift will make you laugh and cry. Have you ever mourned the loss of someone dear? Smelled the top of a baby's head? Pondered life's complexity, paused in reflection of it's past simplicity, or dreamt about the future? This is the collection for you. ...more
This is an incredible collection of poems by a very gifted and prolific writer. You really get a sense of the author's compassion and real knack for articulating the emotions that life throws at us. Each poem walks us through the different experiences and stages of life, and it does do in a way that cultivates the deep meaning that exists below the surface of them all. ...more
Jaimie's work is directly from the heart. Her poems about life, love, friendship, and family are true still-lifes of Southern living. "Enough" has a special place in my heart; I've written similar works and sympathize with the feelings it explores to an almost uncomfortable degree. ...more
Jaimie is the proud mom to two awesome kids. She is a published poet/author and co-owns a coffeeshop in the heart of Central Georgia. She is an alum of Troy University with degrees in English Literature & Psychology. Lover of poetry, sports, and all things Disney!
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