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In a language spoken by the heart the voice in this book will break you, but only to then love you and empower you. The Organ’s Speech takes you on a journey of being lost, loved and found.
Paperback, 184 pages
Published November 14th 2017 by Wimberley Press
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Ankita Singh
Nov 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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The Organ's Speech is a unique and beautiful combination of poetry and prose. The book is divided into three parts, Lost, Loved and Found.

Though I loved all of it, my favorite was the first part, Lost. The poems and prose in Lost were honest and true. They depicted the harsh realities of our world in the most beautiful way.

The poems and prose in Love were more positive. They talked about love. All kinds of it. They were sweet and brought a smile to my face.

The third part, Found, talked about fin
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Rima
Dec 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Her words of poetry will break your heart before it whispers promises of love and comfort and truths you knew all along into your bones and veins. I was honoured to have read the manuscript and offer feedback in its raw stage so it was seriously emotional seeing its growth as a real book. Ufshah is one of 2017's poets to watch out for!
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U.F. Shah is a Poet and a Spoken Word Artist based in the North West of England who also has an academic background in Law. She believes that poetry has the power to challenge the mind and that it is a unique method of conveying messages from deep within our souls. She attempts to challenge stereotypes whilst also journeying on a road of love and heartache through her verses. The Organ's Speech is ...more

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