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Feelin' Blue & Black All Over by Brett…

Feelin' Blue & Black All Over

by Brett Bonner

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0595200990, Paperback)

"The Poetic Revolution has claimed another mind!" B.T. Bonner presents a soulfully radical, poetic explosion of African-American verse guaranteed to inspire, provoke, educate and challenge an entire Diaspora. Looking through his eyes, everything that you ever thought you knew about poetry and life will be forever changed. Feelin' Blue & Black All Over is an angrily passionate, painfully raw collection of poetry, thoughts, and articles on issues ranging from Politics to Culture, History to Revolution, and Everything in Between. A splash of Cold Water Revolution in the face of America daring us all to "turn the next page and wake up from our daze".

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