More Unnecessary Poetry

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A collection of another 30 poems from my mind’s imagination. Ranging from life to death, joy to pain, ridiculous to emotional. Each inspired from a moment of how life has been, how it is, and how it could be. moreunnecessarypoetry is a direct extension and continuation from book one. Hopefully continuing to touch a reader’s imagination, as nothing has done thus far. More

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Published: Feb. 19, 2012
Words: 8,990
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476105604
About Kimberly

A writer I am not. A messenger of sorts, I am. I live terrified of writing while I grow with each strong urge that brings me to write. Both Off-line and On-line. Uneducated, my heart steers what is real and worthy of writing. Happy or horrifying, my pen partners in what steers me. And you, people are my prompts. That will never stop being exciting.

Cheers
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Review by: William Huff on March 05, 2012 : star star star star star
There is an grand awakening to be had in our world, where abusive behavior, selfishness, manipulation, deceit, and apathy simply fade away into oblivion.

And that world starts right here with Kimberly's heartfelt poetry. She exposes herself to an often brutally cold world, while simply driven to help others through the experiences and hard earned wisdom she's gained through her life's extremely difficult challenges.

Her poetry is incredibly creative, amazingly unique, a fresh perspective, and often, full of little discussed, yet critically important issues, and ultimately, she carries us, her precious readers, to very special and enlightening moments of joy, happiness, and tears.

What a precious gift Kimberly has given us, of herself, of her very unique and special perspective of life. I for one have enjoyed her two books immensely, and profoundly look forward to her many more books yet to come.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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