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Thoughts of My Mind, Heart, and Soul by Odessa Maxwell

Thoughts of My Mind, Heart, and Soul


Thoughts of My Mind, Heart, and Soul by Odessa Maxwell

A compilation of poems and photographs that express the mind, heart and soul of the author. Included in the collection is previously published Brilliant Beautiful Ebony Blue from anthology The Best Poems & Poets of 2005 . Beautiful, Woman, Thou Art was published in 2006 to support the Academy Women Third Annual Symposium theme: Leading on all Fronts. Ms. Maxwell has just been invited to submit to the 2006 International Who's Who in Poetry. She is a member of the Military Writers Society of America.

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Publication date

11th November 2006


Odessa Maxwell

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