Mary Emeji - Poet Laureate

Luton Poet Laureate, Founder of Luton Poetry Society, Author of Six poetry books

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I DONT HAVE THE RIGHT WORDS TO EXPLAIN THE POWER WHICH LIES BENEATH THESE YOUNG LADY `S POEMS

First of all i will talk about the LENT for we are in the  seaon.touhing and ground breaking it is.

AT THE CROSS.

After reading these poem i visited the cross couple of times so afflicted and weary and i can i sure you  i have always left with smile and answears and ways to solve my problems.

AT THE ALTAR

My most beloved and dearly to heart poem.

 

Mary poems helped grow from 0mile to thousand and millions of miles away in short period of time. after i read her books ,something within me changed ,its like new the right spot to touch which many failed to locate. i saw the power of god..Surely he said i will always be with you wherever you go  and truly we dont have to look for god afar or very high on the sky he just there seating next to you .Indeed we we walk and leave with angels and saints without knowing.And yes some people hold the right per of keys to the door of others  and Mary`s wriiting transformed my life for the good and i now know.At the same time i feel so imbarrased  at my self as i gave it a single glance at first and said to my self ooh!its one of them in the shelf  little did i know that as simple as it looks from that shef it was the song i have ever wanted to listen ,the key which i gave up on looking  the story i dared to tell. ...

 

Mary keep on going .Your writting can change millions and move mountains.xxxxx

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At 15:39 on December 8, 2010, Mary Emeji said…
Welcome Shandy!
 
 
 

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