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by D. H. Williams
As strong of an emotion as love, the sadness that accompanies the loss of a dear one can be overwhelming. It can weaken the strong and take from life all joy and hope. How do you cope with grief? How do you stop the pain from overtaking your life or, worse still, leaving you with no life at all?
D. H. Williams has felt the anguish of loss, and she wants readers to know those dealing with grief are not alone in their suffering. Inspirations: Vol. OneThe Beginning Journey touches upon loss in its many different forms. Readers are put though a myriad of emotions as Williams shares the hurt and anger of those left behind and then explores the joy and hope of those now reunited with their Lord in their true Home.
Inspirations reaches out to lead those left grieving through times that seem hopeless and dark, to help ease the pain that comes with great losses. Williams lets readers know they are not alone by sharing with them part of her life, and her heart and soul. This heartening collection of poetry is of great value to those who have loved, lost, and wish to keep peace and love in their hearts.About the Author
D. H. Williams has been sharing her inspirational poetry with her dear ones for some time. Through their love and encouragement, she is now sharing her work with others through Inspirations: Vol. OneThe Beginning Journey, her first published work.
A lifelong resident of Dorchester, Massachusetts, Williams attended Suffolk University and graduated from the Bryman Institute with high honors in Medical Assisting. Also, Williams is currently attending Ashford University where she will receive her BA in Psychology in November 2011. A member of the N.A.A.C.P. and a lover of music, art, shopping, and children, Williams shares her life with husband, Richard, and her children, Wm. Kheishan Moore; Alexandra and Aziz Hargraves; and Richard II, Gerald, and Tyler Williams.(2009, saddlewire, 30 pages)