by Allan Williams
Experience sight beyond sight through soul opening poetry that tells stories of the times, presented from a third-eye point of view. Storetry is guaranteed to enlighten, inspire, or entertain even an infrequent poetry reader because each poem is vividly presented in an easy-to-read, down-to-earth manner. Also, at times, it will seem as though a poem is supernaturally communicating directly to you about a particular scenario or situation in life that you have experienced. Even though a majority of the poems are directed to the African American community, half of them are multiculturally inclined. Each household in America should own a copy of Storetry.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Allan Williams is labeled by those that know him best as "Bam, the Invisible Man," because he is covered with a baby face and a youthful vibration. His humble personality makes it hard for outsiders to detect his brilliance, strength, love, and leadership. In elementary school, he convinced his female teachers that he was a man trapped inside a little boy's body when he gave several of them advice about men and marriage. Williams has spent his life peeking at, looking under, and poking into what goes on among human beings.
(2004, paperback, 236 pages)
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