Beautiful Scars: The Bittersweet Struggle

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9781434325341: Beautiful Scars: The Bittersweet Struggle

A scar is a mark left on the skin after a surface injury or wound has healed. Basically a scar is a lingering sign of damage or injury, either mental or physical. As human beings, we've faced many battles physically, mentally, and spiritually. The wounds from our various struggles have left us with scars that tell a remarkable story of how we have triumphed, releasing the beauty within us.Beautiful Scars: The Bittersweet Struggle is collection of poems that vividly expresses socio-political urban theology. It is a book about liberation, salvation, and the voyage of thoughts according to an everyday African in America. Poems cover topics such as the N-Word, Don Imus, Poverty, Hurricane Katrina, Virginia Tech Massacre, etc.... Beautiful Scars: The Bittersweet Struggle is an incredible gift to humanity and a must have in your book collection.

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Ledum "Anonymous Composer" Manadom is a native of Port Harcourt, Nigeria and has resided in Atlanta, Georgia for over 20 years. He is an emerging spoken word artist captivating the souls of many listeners from the pulpit to the street corners dealing with issues such as spirituality, relationships, and politics. He earned his degree in Business Administration from Georgia State University with a background in both Criminal Justice and African American Studies. He is the president and founder of King's Royal Enterprise and is currently working on his next release entitled God for Sale.

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