A touching compilation of poetry that hopes to bring fulfillment and inspiration to its readers.
Jackson, Miss. (PRWEB) August 13, 2014
Andrew L. Lewis crafts a poignant collection of poetry that revolves around matters of the heart. Each poem is a creation of his carefully gathered thoughts and memories, striving to inspire the reader with words of encouragement. Through “Solidarity Two” (published by Xlibris), Lewis promises to uplift the spirits for readers with his heartfelt poems.
Meditating on the scriptures to clear his heart, mind, and soul, Lewis believes that his spiritual journey provides power in his words. His poetry and prose were inspired by various sources, from a casual meeting, his education, corporate experiences, and family conversations, a myriad of his experiences manifested into artistic expression – artistic expression that guides readers into seeing that even with the cloudiest and foggiest of days – courage, and hope can be found to withstand it.
“Solidarity Two” is a touching compilation of poetry that hopes to bring fulfillment and inspiration to its readers.
By Andrew L. Lewis
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 118 pages | ISBN 9781499028317
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 118 pages | ISBN 9781499028324
E-Book | 118 pages | ISBN 9781499028300
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About the Author:
Andrew L. Lewis has a master’s degree in education and an honorary degree of dignity. He is the author of “Solidarity,” which he published in 2004. He deems educational ministry as his way of life.
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