Hot Prayers Flow Like Fire: poetry, story, spoken word soundtrack for survival
After a violent honeymoon and an unexpected divorce, what':s left? fear? second chances? bitterness?
: : :Their arguments built up to one perfect fight, one messed up honeymoon and something that played out more like a movie than real life. Stranded in Jamaica, Jamillah Warner found her way home. And spent years slaying nightmares and reclaiming dreams. :
: : :Hot Prayers Flow Like Fire :is hope and pain woven into poetry, spoken word and story-in-verse. And if you choose to put on your big girl boots, take up your sword and fight your way back from a broken-hearted hell, then Hot Prayers is your soundtrack filled with inspirational stories, poems about love : surviving domestic violence, as well as inspirational poems about life. :
: : :Influenced by Nikki Giovanni rsquo:s ldquo:Ego Tripping rdquo: : Maya Angelou rsquo:s ldquo:Phenomenal Woman rdquo: Jamillah Warner is perhaps best known for her live performances as a spoken word artist. As seen and heard on the popular Atlanta radio station V-103, Uptown Comedy Club and Urban Grind, Lady J rsquo:s an award winning poet : spoken word artist, Atlanta Def Poet and domestic violence survivor.
: : :Born in the south, raised traveling the US, she writes for business and pleasure. To see her latest spoken word short film, visit HotPrayers.com. :
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The beauty of love and friendship. Intermixed with a great variety of surprising and diverting examples. The third edition: corrected.
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