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Climbing the Hill: Poems and Reflections By Gorman Stanley Jones
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Poems and prose pieces by Gorman Stanley Jones written in 2009
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Poems and prose pieces by Gorman Stanley Jones written in 2009
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Climbing Mountains By Nicholas Light
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A collection of scribbles covering the period 1991 to 2012 in which the author examines and celebrates love, genetics, coastal holidays, corporate life and much more.
Climbing Mountains By Mark Graves
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Poems, essay, lyrics, art, etc which illustrate this journey we call life.
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A Steep Mountain to Climb By Patricia Burden-Evans
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First, meet Jasmine, a teenage girl that lives with her single mother. Jasmine has some issues about her looks and the tragedies that surround her. She learns many valuable life lessons by escaping... More > into her poems and asking her mother for advice. Next meet Monica, a teenage girl that feels like a baby will get her out of her destitute situation. Monica sets her plan into action only to find out that a baby does not make a situation better. Monica realizes that she has made a mistake and life is more complicated than it originally was at first.< Less