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Deep Within My Soul: A compilation of fourteen poems, thoughts, expressions and feelings based on the many experiences in the life of a woman

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A Fire Inside: Poetic Food For the Mind and Soul

Awayward (A. Poulin, Jr. New Poets of America)

Trembling Heart

Jessica's Journal: A Book of Poetry, Companion to THERAPY

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