In Her Own Native Tongue: 180 Poems by Teresa Prins-WoodIn Her Own Native Tongue: 180 Poems by Teresa Prins-Wood

In Her Own Native Tongue: 180 Poems

byTeresa Prins-Wood

Paperback | July 15, 2016

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In Her Own Native Tongue is a collection of poetry and prose by Teresa Prins-Wood.  
Written over the past twenty years and finally organized into book form, this work is an example of American Poetry of the twenty first century and demonstrates the captivating, story-telling quality of free verse and the melodic feel of classic prose.

     Owning a book of poetry is somewhat like owning recorded music: The first time around, you might find only one or two songs (poems) that really catch your attention. Then, as time goes by and you give it another ‘try’, you may be surprised that yet another, a different one, seems to speak to you.  And then one day, you put on the music (or open your book) and there is one work of poetry that seems as if it was written for you, written about you, and it becomes your new favorite!  Give it time, you may be surprised to find yourself somewhere in each and every poem contained in In Her Own Native Tongue.

Title:In Her Own Native Tongue: 180 PoemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:186 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.43 inPublished:July 15, 2016Publisher:Hear My Heart PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1945620013

ISBN - 13:9781945620010

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Table of Contents

SECTION I THE LEGACY SECTION II SEASONS OF LIFE SECTION III LOVE OR SOMETHING OF THAT GENRE SECTION IV THE MOTHER ROAD SECTION V THE BRAVE AMONG US SECTION VI CHARACTER STUDIES (Short Stories in Prose) SECTION VII LITERALLY SPEAKING SECTION VIII IN THE YEAR OF THE SKUNK SECTION IX IN THE SPIRIT OF TRUTH