Deedee, trapped by a life she hadn't fully begun to understand, spent most of it searching for the missing pieces. Scattered by the winds of her past, fragmented by others and circumstances, thrust upon her by fate and time. Always searching, has led her into a sewer of unfortunate circumstances, one of which she has now become submerged. Refusing to succumb to her crisis, her innate strength pushes her on.
Being optimistic with a learned appreciation and zest for life and living; she learned to dance to the rhythmic beat of her heart while singing to the melody of her dreams. Her life often plays out like a Shakespearean tragedy. Each frame unfolds with such intensity that unbalances her life. She wears the near misses of death like an insignia, within the warmth of her spirit; forever believing in the mercies of God.
Deedee learns how to reinvent herself each time being knocked down by situations or circumstances. Her adulthood has been spent in the graveyards of dead relationships. She had one true love since her childhood, which possibility had been amputated by the sharpness of an earlier time, and an even harsher world. That too has been buried in the ashes of her past, revisited by a hunger never to be satisfied.
Laughter had become the elixir that soothes the complexity of her world. Her heart wrenching experiences led onlookers to sometimes question her sanity. However, in her moments of solitude those same situations cut through her soul like a two-edged sword. The depth of her faith empowers her; the love of God emulsifies her.
Trying to make sense of another crisis in her life, unlike any she had ever experienced or fathom, she found courage through her faith.
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My God... noooo! she screamed, as the screeching of metals and squealing tires from the truck, which now loomed only inches away from her face came into view; survive she must!About the Author:
Adonica Marjorie Dunn was born in the little village of Glendevon, Jamaica West Indies. She migrated twenty-four years ago to the United States with fourteen Jamaican dollars and the unquenchable desire to attain her dream to someday become published as a writer. Adonica, worked for the better part of her twenty-four years in America as a healthcare provider. She obtained her higher education in New York City. The American Poetry Guild first published her as a poet in 1989. She was selected as one of their best Poets two years in a row, 2004 and 2005. She also was given the editor's choice award twice for her creative writing on those two occasions. Many of Adonica's poems can be found in several Poetry anthologies. In the year 2004 she became published world wide as a poet. Into the Twilight of Her Dawn is her first full-length story. In 2000 she self published a book of poetry in Florida titled The Wings of My Soul. Adonica's passion for life is captured and celebrated in her paintings, poetry and other literary works. This is the beginning of her engaging literary expressions in story telling, which has always been her first love. Adonica's ability to indulge and pursue this passion of hers has been fulfilling. Her hope is to inspire and evoke emotions, which will ultimately lead to the better good of others, such as the protagonist Deedee Wattley, in her story Into the Twilight of Her Dawn.
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Book Description Trafford Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1412082951
Book Description Trafford Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 192 pages. 9.00x5.90x0.60 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1412082951