A Self Portrait of Roses

by Sesley Sloboda
Publisher: Government of Canada
Release Date: 2021-05-08
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Pages: 224 pages
ISBN 13: 9781777703509
ISBN 10: 1777703506
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Sesley's debut book, A Self Portrait of Roses, welcomes you to join her as she embarks on her journey to wholeness through the use of poetry and prose. Containing original photographs and over 200 poems related to love, loss and becoming, A Self Portrait of Roses is a powerful and intimate collection of pain, resilience and triumph relatable to any reader
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