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“The main topic of “In the Birth of a New Dawn” is heartbreak and loss and the realization that there is light at the end of the tunnel of torment and pain. The poems read at times like love letters and at other times like endlessly and beautifully written feelings straight from the heart about a loved one. ” JRH Continue reading

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“How they thought and acted would forever be their choice and not dictated by God.” Continue reading

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Posted in A Father Ought to be In his Child's Life, AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE, NATIVE AFRICAN STUDENTS AT GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY SCIENCE AND MEDICINE PROGRAMS, Nurturing your Children, On Writing Prose, Parental Aleination, Poverty In America, Preventing Poverty, PROMOTIONS, Protecting Human Rights, Public Policy, SALES, Social Change, Social Injustice, Spanish Book, Spanish Language Courses Learning, Spanish Poetry, Spanish Prose Books, STUDY OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, ETHNIC SIMILARITIES IN THE STUDY OF CULTURES, INDIGENOUS FOOTPRINTS IN THE AMERICAS, EARLY AMERICAN PEOPLES OF THE SOUTHEAST, Suppporting Civil Rights For All Non Custodial Fathers, The Art of Being a Great Writer by John R Hernandez Jr., The Beauty in Your Child, The Great Tribulation, The Stigma of Being a Noncustodial Father, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 8 Comments