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Meet Sondra Faye at Bookcon 2018

 Bookcon 2018 New York City Sondra Faye will be reading a poem from “Soulmates” at the Booklife Ingram Sparks booth at Bookcon 2018. There will be additional poets & writers at the booth also reading. So if you are at Bookcon, then come over and say hi to Sondra Faye after the reading & bring your books for her to sign. The event takes place at the Ingram booth (#2721) at BookCon Date: June 02, 2018 12:30PM — June 06, 2018 02:30PM Venue: Javits Center, 655 West 34th Street, NYC, NY, US Website:...

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How I Measure a Good Poem

A poet lets you into their world when they share their words with you. If I read a poem that spills into my reality and adds a layer of awareness – be it disgust or partiality – then that poet has caught me in their pattern of thought. When I read a poem that obliterates my world: making me feel as if I am sitting next to that poet as they whisper in my ear drawing me into the essence of where they were in that moment of time; that is when I measure that poem as transcendent. Excerpt: Stuff I think about by Sondra...

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Soulmates A book of poetry with drawings

Soulmates is a collection of poems that covers topics of universal love, astral projection, paranormal poetry,loss of a child, mysticism, apathy and anger and compassion. Sondra Faye also added some black and white drawings because she thinks sometimes a picture is a...

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Soulmates

Soulmates is now available on Amazon.com 2018 Click here to buy your paperback copy now! Another book of poetry including black and white art work by Sondra Faye. Some of these poems are so personal, it took a lot to just decide to share them with anyone else. Due to the language, and the topics covered this book of poems is definitely for a mature audience. May your journey in life be peaceful & full of soulmates....

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here

Second Edition in Black and White! Available at Barnes & Noble  The slanted poems such as. “Angel”, “trinket” and “26th st. orchid” incorporate the surreal sound of two voices.   With poems enlisting e.e. cummings, John Keats and Edgar Allan Poe as muse; a paranormal flare is infused in the nakedness of the words in “here”. Amidst unfiltered subjects about passion, flirtation, human sexuality and unsympathetic love, Sondra Faye writes intimate poems about her friends including a poem about the tragic young death of one of her best friend’s twin sister.  Second Edition in Black and White First Edition “here” available at AMAZON in color!...

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