My Poetic Heart

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Fiordaliza has encountered many bad life events, but she has managed to escape from the harsh reality of those bad events by writing the poems in this book. Fiordaliza has been writing poetry since the age of 8, and she has chosen her favorite poems with the hope that someone else can relate to her poems and that you, the reader, enjoy every line she has written.
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Words: 5,560
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465715692
About Fiordaliza Charles

Fiordaliza has been a writer since an early age. She noticed her love for poetry at the age of 8 when she wrote her first poem entitled “ I can't speak your language” because some of her class mates teased her about her inability to speak English with out her Spanish accent and from that point on she wrote a poem for everything that she experienced.

Fiordaliza, became an author November of 2009 when she created three books from 150 original poems that she had written since the age of 12 up to the present time.

She became a self-published author on October of 2010. Thus far, she has accomplished publishing two more poetry books, two poetry anthologies and a novel entitled "Can I Tell You a Secret?”.

Fiordaliza with the help of Charron Monaye is publishing a series of poetry anthologies entitled “The Poetic Lounge” which helps them to show case poetry and short stories from many new and upcoming poets and writers worldwide.

The T.P.L project will soon emerge to a publishing company that will help to service those who are less fortunate to obtain all the resources needed to becoming a professional writer and to be recognized for their unique talent.

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Review by: Marshall Gass on Jan. 11, 2012 : (no rating)
There is a sincerity in these poems. Some are good. A focus on context, rhyme and rhythm can lend this book to artful songwriting. The poet will need to watch imagery and how it unfolds. Forced rhyme or rhythm is unappealling. Although there is content it needs to be crafted into strict lines and verses that compell the reader to stay on a 'reading and understanding' journey. Good attempt.Keep working on sunstance. It will pay off inthe end.
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