Expressions From The Heart Of A Woman

Author: Tressy J. Smith
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781452018768
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This book is a heart warming experiences of a woman who shares the passions of love,loss,inspiration and the encouragement of others as well as herself. It has meaning and captures the essence of the womans heart and soul. As you read the poems just visualize and feel the spiritual love,serenity and passion as you read each word captivates your heart and mind about what I am feeling. I hope that you will enjoy the reading of the poems as much as I enjoyed writing them with the help and guidance of my Higher Power , family and friends who helped inspire and kept me encouraged during this process.

The Heart Of A Woman

Author: Maya Angelou
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0748122362
Size: 28.91 MB
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Maya Angelou's seven volumes of autobiography are a testament to the talents and resilience of this extraordinary writer. Loving the world, she also knows its cruelty. As a black woman she has known discrimination and extreme poverty, but also hope, joy, achievement and celebration. The fourth volume of her enthralling autobiography finds Maya Angelou immersed in the world of black writers and artists in Harlem, working in the civil rights movement with Martin Luther King. 'She has a great capacity for love, to give, and receive it' Margaret Busby

A Woman S Journey To The Heart Of God

Author: Cynthia Heald
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers
ISBN: 9780785268208
Size: 60.62 MB
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Bestselling Bible studies author and teacher Cynthia Heald draws upon the wisdom of classic devotional writers such as Tozer, Chambers, and Spurgeon in the trade paper edition of this book.

Heart Of A Woman Mind Of A Writer And Soul Of A Poet

Author: Lyman B. Hagen
Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761806219
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Maya Angelou's career encompasses several genres: poetry, prose, plays, and television. This book explores the entire prose and poetry of Maya Angelou. It traces the evolution of her development and her emergence into a personage of renown. To discover the source of her being, Angelou follows a popular black American exercise of searching for her roots and heritage by connecting generally and emotionally with selected African societies and cultures. This book compares her search for heritage with that of Alex Haley's. Haley traced his lineage through specific names and records, while Angelou follows a general avenue to Africa as the homeland. She vividly depicts through personal adventures the broad range of black experiences, both negative and positive. Through a life-long exposure to black folklore and insights, Angelou records a vivid view of life in which this all-encompassing book will allow the readers to compare and assess the extent of Maya Angelou's contributions.

The Heart Of A Woman

Author: Emmauska Orczy
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 160977759X
Size: 42.52 MB
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Baroness Emma Magdolna Rozália Mária Jozefa Borbála "Emmuska" Orczy de Orczi (23 September 1865 - 12 November 1947) was a Hungarian-born British novelist, playwright and artist of noble origin. She is most known for her series of novels featuring the Scarlet Pimpernel. This is one of her novels.

The Heart Of A Woman

Author: Paul B. Tshuma
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781453563403
Size: 67.36 MB
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The title is self explanatory, taking you on a journey into the heart of a Woman. To better understand and be engaged in this interesting subject matter, I will unveil this discovery through poetry and a description following each poem, in order for you to have a clear understanding of my personal experience. The heart of a Woman, is a book that takes its readers in my personal life journey, having been raised by a one special lady, my mother who chose to abandon everything in order to take care of my brother and I, who require full assistance because of the congenital physical disability in us. It is through these experiences that brought about the inspiration of telling my bibliography in a poetic style. Poetry may not be what you enjoy reading because it is hard to understand. True. I must say that you are in for a treat because not only will you read of my personal experiences but you will be taken on a journey of love in all areas, be it in two people of the opposite sax or friendship. You will get to read about my desire to someday be married and have a family. The grass does not always stay green, sometimes life is hard when your life depends on people to do things for you. Once more, you get to live the moment of my life that is faced with challenges such, a physical disability that seems to be an obstacle in achieving many things in life, pain, joy, love, care and many more. In spite of all this, the book contains words of inspiration to many who have given up on life. The books subject matter is, on my Christian life journey with Christ Jesus the son of the living God, who has brought me this far. Because of His love and grace for us, my purpose is for you to have the same joy I have in Jesus and to also have a new beginning with you mother so you can experience Gods love through the heart of a Woman.

Poems From The Heart Of A Woman

Author: Glenda Faye Bagley
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475941501
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My mother's name is Lovella Bagley, she is the mother of 10 children. She always took time to teach us about God and biblical principles. All of her life she wanted to write a book. She was married to my father Lee Earnest Bagley Sr. They were married for 65 years. Unfortunately, he died on December 12, 2009. My father was the plumber and the supervisor for a large apartment complex in Lubbock, Texas. He had a great sense of humor and a wonderful personality. In my upcoming book called "Why am I here?" I will discuss in details about my family and our life. My mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease at the age of seventy – fi ve. I watched her go from a vibrant woman full of life to being in a wheelchair. I cried, when I saw the sad look on her face when the doctor gave her the bad news. Her impending illness did not discourage her. She was still determined to fi nish her poetry writings in her journal. She knew that she was quickly losing her memory. Day after day I watched her struggle to remember words, names and events. Each night she wrote poems and short stories and put her journal in a silver suitcase. Years passed and I my siblings became her caregiver. I thought a lot about that silver briefcase throughout the years. During this time we had already relocated to Dallas, Texas to explore new job opportunities. My brother Rodney decided to go to Lubbock, Texas to visit our relatives. He went to a storage shed to get some furniture. He walked to the back of the storage unit. In the corner next to the wall. There it was! The Silver suitcase" I was so excited, I knew that there had to be a reason for me fi nding it again. In this book "Poems From the Heart of a Woman" it displays poetry written by my mother as well as some of my poems.

From The Heart Of A Woman

Author: Sylvia Hensel
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 144972759X
Size: 18.58 MB
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So many times when author Sylvia Hensel in prayer, she finds herself transported to another place. She feels herself being lifted up on arms of love to a realm of oneness with her Lord. She feels as though she is the bride in the Song of Solomon. He comes to her in the midnight hours and calls her to Himself. Every nerve of her spiritual being is in tune with Him as He whispers words of love in her ear. He takes her in His arms, and they dance across the heavens while He sings over her. She is enraptured by His exquisite love for her. In those moments they share their intimate thoughts with one another. It is when His presence is lifted that she finds she has written much of what was said, and she is awestruck at the beauty that had transpired during the time they shared. These are her personal love letters to Jesus. For many years He would not allow her to share them, but He has let her know this is the time. It is His desire that you too experience this intimacy with Him. Jesus would have us claim Him as our spiritual husband and intends that our desire should be toward Him. God wants to lavish His love on us as the bridegroom for the bride and have it returned with the fullness of passion. He wants us to love Him to the point of abandonment, resulting in a consummated love. He wants our spiritual womb to be forever fertile, producing beautiful fruit of wondrous delight for the world to behold. “And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived and bore Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the Lord.” (Genesis 4:1)

Poetry From The Heart Of A Woman

Author: Mrs. G
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781453503898
Size: 33.88 MB
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Poetry expressed in a candid, frank, and sometimes thought provoking detail, with life references to ponder upon. Poetry that expresses a family connection, friendship, love, and relationships with an afterthought inspired through The Divine Book! The Bible says there is nothing new under the sun; well the author illustrates that text with references quoted that relate to the poetry. We all can relate to this poetry, because we all have these connections either personally or through others. This is a contemporary way to read poems. Some may make you smile or cry, or look over your shoulder as though someone were talking to you. Poetry was and is a key to the soul. It is meant to either take you out of reality or wake you up to reality. This book of poems does both; with the author’s poem on Aids, Jail, and Heaven. If you are a child, a mother, a father, a sibling, a friend, have a significant other, have lost a loved one, are concerned about others; all these topics relate to a poem in this book. This book talks to both men and women with quietness and boldness. It is bold with How Dare We and Enough and quiet with Anew and Sweet as Pie. This is a book to read no matter if you are 15, 50 or 99 you will receive something from it. So open it up, and take a walk into the heart; and you don’t have to be a woman to look into your heart. Think of Shakespeare or Langston Hughes. We would not be alive if our heart wasn’t beating to a rhythm. So tune into this woman’s heart of poetry, and perhaps spark something in yours!