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I would appreciate reviews for my book Ghosts of His Past. For a short time the Kindle Edition is available free of cost. I hope you will enjoy reading this book. Just click on the link below to purchase for free.
I am excited to announce that the editing of my book is almost complete. Here is a link to a preview of my book on Create Space. It will be on sale soon.
Now in store on Amazon.com
5 Quotes to Inspire You
1.Your life is limited so don’t waste it
living someone else’s life.
2.Go confidently in the direction of
your dreams. Live the life you
imagined. (H.D. Thoreau)
3.We all wish that we could go through
life without risking anything. But
life teaches us that where there is no
risk there is usually no gain.
(Michael W Williams)
4.You are more capable than you ever
imagined. You are stronger than you
think. Set no limitations on yourself
you can be anything you set your mind
to be. (Marva Seaton)
5.I am not a product of my circumstances . I am a product of my decisions.
Available Soon on Amazon
Authored by Marva Seaton
In The Collection Marva explores the intricacies of human relationships. She walks you down avenues of love and harmony, deception and betrayal. She exposes some of the harsh realities of abuse against women. There are happy moments, sad moments and moments of outrage. It all comes together in this compilation of poems – The Collection.
Strong Black Woman
They told her she couldn’t do it,
But she proved them all wrong.
Poor, bare foot country girl
Wanting to be doctor?
“Must be crazy,” they told her.
But she knew she was sane,
A doctor she wanted to be,
And for that goal she did aim.
They looked in awe and wonder,
Said she made them proud.
Yet they didn’t think her good enough,
For they told her she couldn’t have him,
Asked if she had lost her mind,
Doctor or not he wouldn’t marry her,
Her family was too poor,
And she was just too black.
She pitied their ignorance,
Felt ashamed for their own
lack of self-esteem.
She knew what she wanted
She knew together they would make a good team.
So she married him, and stupid people that they were,
They wondered did he really love her or did she cast a spell?
Still enslaved by mental slavery,
They find it hard to understand,
That it is not the color of your skin,
Or the family you are from,
That defines you as a man or a woman.