Let Us Grow Wings
On Sale Now! Save 2% on the Let Us Grow Wings by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform at Charles Freeland Poetry. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The creativity weaved into the seams of LET US GROW WINGS is one which will catapult every reader into various realm of emotions. It has the fabric
The creativity weaved into the seams of LET US GROW WINGS is one which will catapult every reader into various realm of emotions. It has the fabric of love, hurt, intimacy and passion carefully interwoven. It also explores the diaspora, self, gender, colonization and life in all its glory. Ifunanya Angelique’s poetry is visceral yet soft, as it possesses the uncanny ability to leave a lingering sense of heaviness and also one of having been healed. From being a testament of the lives of women carefully represented in words, it is a book every woman keeps returning to on her bookshelf to feed her soul flowers.
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