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Hold Me While I Sing is a spiritual book of poetry about individuals whose lives have been impacted by HIV/AIDS.This book is born of divine inspiration, and expresses powerful insights, and feelings of comfort and hope. The book is, in sense, a history of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The begining poems talk about grief, unfulfilled dreams, and anger. The final poems speak of courage and spiritual healing. Author profits are being donated to benefit individuals in their personal battle with AIDS.
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Thomas McLaughlin is a poet who resides with his cats in the Midwestern United States.Review:
"...a touching book with true sharing. I am sure that it will help a lot of people." -- Reverend C.V. Smith, St. Louis, MO
"...really chonicles what it is like to live with HIV/AIDS, and how it feels to lose someone with AIDS." -- Mary Wilson Byrom--National AIDS Fund, Washington, D.C.
"With each poem I was there entirely, experiencing the pain of someone crying out or being comforted." -- Roland Jackson, CA
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Book Description Point of Light Press, Missouri, 1999. Condition: Fine. First edition. Glossy wrappers. 103PP. Cover illustration by James R. Riddle. Black and white illustrations by Denny Mengwasser. Fine. Poetry written for those with AIDS and HIV. Seller Inventory # 411168