Lovely Endearments

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Author House, Sep 18, 2012 - Poetry - 108 pages
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As an adolescent I wrote narratives, lyrics and ode prose. Yet, this book was mostly inspired by real life experiences, international travel, friends and family that I will never forget. In this book you will discover love and its various endearments through foreign words, dramatic monologues, ballads, and free verse prose. For the most part, romanticism text conveys my most deeply embedded thoughts. As you read, I hope that my words will enlighten your wonderful heart and calm your soul. Welcome to my world and always remember my motto: “Love from the heart makes you stronger!” Enjoy!
 

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Contents

My Love My Soul
1
Anxiety in Asia
7
Birthday Clouds
11
Café
12
Dearest God
14
Dorothy
17
He Was
18
In The Park
20
Run
53
Show Me
55
The Beggar
58
The Bold Beautiful
61
The Day has Come
63
The Doctor
64
The Green Man
67
The Korean
70

It is Your Birthday
22
Jeannie
25
Laura Laura Pearl
26
Loving You My Dream
28
My Daughter
30
My Love My Wish
32
My Mother
35
My Sons Prayer
38
Night Song
42
Nurse
44
One Heart One Mind
46
Pain
51
The Music
71
The River and Bridge
74
The Road Back Home
76
The Streets
78
The Tree
80
This Christmas
82
Time to Heal
84
Vietnam
85
Yes You Are
88
You Are Part II
90
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As a National Certified Medical Assistant and aspiring Medical Office Administrative Specialist the author resides and works for a Family Practice in Gainesville, Florida with her two children and two dogs. At the Gainesville Dance Association, LaQianya enjoys dancing traditional Argentine Tango, Israeli Folk, English Country, Contra, Salsa, and West Coast Swing. Also, the author enjoys international travel, gardening, swimming, biking, reading books, playing classical piano, and spending time with family and friends. Her greatest joy is to humbly care for people and make a positive impact in their lives. LaQianya’s motto is to live every day like it is your last. She truly believes that love from the heart makes you stronger. You never know if a single word or a simple smile could make a difference in someone's life. The author encourages you all to reach for the stars and always try your best in all of your endeavors.

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