Wet Wet
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Publisher Description

Author Jennifer Blake-Edwards started writing as a young girl. But it was a trip to Jamaica that allowed her to find herself after college. For two months, she weathered Jamaicas rainy season by writing poetry while it rained daily for hours. It was also during this trip that she met a dark, handsome, and dimpled Caribbean man who not only ignited her love for poetry, but for warm showers and getting wet.


In WET, she shares an anthology of poetry with many of the selections carrying the themes of water and rain. In The Threat, Blake-Edwards writes, /Time will we ever have enough? / I sit and wait for the rains to end, / for my day to begin its slippery/ slide to its inevitable end. / The day is overcast, the air thick / choking me /


This collection puts a thirty-year-plus journey through lifes storms to paper. Like raindrops, Blake-Edwards words splattered on the pages and are given life.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2015
21 April
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
50
Pages
PUBLISHER
Abbott Press
SIZE
93
KB

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