Justice Diverse Expressions

ISBN 13: 9780972586702

Diverse Expressions

 
9780972586702: Diverse Expressions

This book is the ultimate collection of poetry, spoken word, and prose that articulates the ups and downs of human existence through four subject matters - Life, Love, Racism, and Death. Featuring 64 original poems plus 4 bonus pieces, this 130-page book is on fire. The author of the book, Justice, has also included trademark pieces such as Invalid Assumption, My Drug of Choice, The Blue Side of my Conscious, and Teardrops of Pain. It is the salt and pepper of all poetry, a must have to complete any book collection. The poems inside this book are serious, bold, insightful, astute, loving, sharp, and to the point. They scream emotion!!! Some will make you laugh, some will make you cry, others will send chills up and down your spine. There is something for everyone purged within the pages. Don't feel confined by your surroundings as you read this book. These poems are meant to be read out loud.

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For the past 8 years, Justice has brought extreme eargasms to audiences in various states. She has strived to bring messages through poetry in just about any topic that can be named. Infamous for her bruising honesty in her work, she feels the best way to relate and deal with situations in life regardless of what they are is to meet them head on with a non sugarcoated realization. Justice is also a peace and anti-racism advocate. She participates in rallies and marches to help bind the color lines of our society. Justice has graced the stages of countless open mic venues and specialty poetry shows. Just to name a few, recently Justice was a featured spoken word artist in a poetry showcase held in Jackson, MS entitled Southern Floetry 2003, she also was featuredon the same ticket with members of the Atlanta Slam team for a performance show in Huntsville, AL on the college campus of UAH, and she showcase in Summer's Heat 2003, a poetry expo held in Nashville, TN. When Justice is not traveling, she is a regular house poet at Lowe's Mill, an open mic venue held bi-monthly in Huntsville, AL where she currently resides.

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