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Narrative Therapy: through Poetry (Volume Three): Religious experience, depression and spirituality by Christopher Griffith
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Narrative Therapy: through Poetry (Volume Two): Religious experience, depression and spirituality by Christopher Griffith
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The Beauty in Darkness - A Vampire Story by Leah Reise
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And This Is Where It All Begins... by Harry J Hawkins
This book is the beginning of the tale of a boy (me) who struggles with the past that has made him who he is today. The story itself can be outlined by reading through the titles of each poem. But the poems themselves offer a deeper understanding and look into who I am and what I have dealt with and still deal with. Of course it's not in your face as in tells you exactly what I've gone through but if you read close enough [...]
 
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Ring of Fire - Selected Poems 1972–2008 by Alessandra Gelmi
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Sublime Planet (The Celebration Series of Poetry) by Magdalena Ball, Carolyn Howard-Johnson & Ann Howley (Photographer)
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Juxtaposed Darkness - Poems of depressions, self-injury, and the search for hope by Cindy Darkheart
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The Death of Death by K. N. Parker
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