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Liberia, My Liberia By K-Moses Nagbe
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In this fifth collection of poems, K-Moses Nagbe, a West African poet of Liberian origin, presents another fresh look at themes including love, joy, death and sorrow. Dr. Nagbe is often interested in... More > clever twists. Prepare for a treat. His tribute to Anthony Bourdain, the world traveled chef, and Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi journalist murdered in Turkey, will touch you dearly. Read on and share copies.< Less
Eyes on the Hill-[Black &White] By K-Moses Nagbe
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This is the life story of Rev. Dr. W. Nah Dixon, a renowned Liberian Pentecostal cleric who became one of the principal architects of peace in postwar Liberia. His life and time remain inspirational.... More > Read a copy and be blessed.< Less
IN THE SHADOW OF WORDS By K-Moses Nagbe
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In this memoir, one of Africa's prolific writers from Liberia, West Africa, talks about his writing career. Dr. K-Moses Nagbe, the writer, celebrates the spoken and written word as the vehicle of... More > value formation and the meaningful appreciation of life.< Less
The Feb Four By K-Moses Nagbe
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In this short reflection, K-Moses Nagbe, the writer, explores some of the several themes that characterized the roughly four-day event of American Peace Corps reunion of a few American Peace Corps... More > Volunteers who had served in Liberia, West Africa. The reunion themes included the tragedies of life, the strength of the human spirit, the strength of diversity, and the emotive reality that no traumatic or ecstatic incident in one's life easily wears off. THE FEB FOUR is deceptively short and simple, but it carries palpable energy that is refreshing. This little book celebrates the influences of the American Peace Corps Volunteers program in Sasstown, Liberia, West Africa.< Less

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