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Love & Life by Justin Stingley


Love & Life by Justin Stingley

The Poetic book Love & Life is open to all and their is no dramatic climax, no sudden falls, no mystery behind it, no puzzle to solve and no character to look for to see who is involved. This book is based on everyday thoughts and expressions about how we may feel, it brings things together to make it all real. It sheds light in certain areas and tries to open doors. To get a better view of things the choice is yours. Thank you for taking the time to come and look. Also feel free to take a preview of the book. Thank you again, to all of you.

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Publication date

15th September 2008


Justin Stingley

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128 pages


Poetry by individual poets



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