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Black Love: A Book of Poetry & Love

Benton, Alice

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ISBN 10: 0595447503 / ISBN 13: 9780595447503
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Title: Black Love: A Book of Poetry & Love

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.

Binding: PAPERBACK

Book Condition:Good

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Black Love is a love story represented through poetry. The various poems represent different peaks experienced in love. There is a revelation taking place and awareness is key. There are ups and downs that anyone can be connected with and this collection of poems will urge the reader to share. This book can take you on a mental road trip including desire and sensuality so pure, you can feel it. The description of emotion and touch are amazing, perhaps three times amazing. Each poem stemmed from love, but there are other feelings like pain and deception. The poem,The Dance, represents all of those emotions. There is also disappointment, as well as inspiration. Pain, expresses a deep level of pain shown through a life altering experience coupled with confusion and depression; there is also a distant, but recognizable triumph present. Overall, this love story is typically drama filled because life can be wonderful, as well as tragic. It also offers encouragement to those ready to receive the distinct message found inside. Simply put, it is a great read to enjoy alone or easily with others. Black Love leaves much to be discussed and gained.

About the Author:

Alice Benton is a native of Brooklyn, New York and the mother of two beautiful daughters, Angelika and Arabia. She received her baccalaureate degree from The College of New Rochelle where she?s employed, her masters in adult education from Fordham University and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Educational Leadership.

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