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The midnight window

Author: Edward Scott
Publisher: Bloomington, IN : AuthorHouse, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From the Publisher: As much as I would like to say, these poems are for your enjoyment as well as mine. I hope you like them. There's an old saying that everybody has at least "one in them," here's mine, The Midnight Window.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Gedichten (teksten)
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Scott
ISBN: 9781434365767 143436576X
OCLC Number: 263170358
Notes: "An AuthorHouse paperback."
Poems.
Description: 73 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Writing is hard --
Poverty --
Sex --
America is a sewer --
Birth --
Fear --
How do you make an American a foreigner in his own country --
I'm wise beyond my years --
A paper society --
War --
In memory of --
Love --
That hyphenated-name --
Man is the devil --
The con man --
The midnight window --
Heaven --
Mumble jumble --
The best of thee --
Music --
My father's genes --
When you bow down on your knees tonight --
I made small progress today --
Hero --
Niagara Falls --
Homeless --
Oh wise one --
In the presence of love --One hour of glory --
Peace --
Hate --
The suicidee --
Pressure --
Revolution --
Satin [sic] --
The death angels --
Black lights --
The human legacy --
Logic --
Big city building --
The idiot belief --
He came from hell --
The power of prayer --
Will --
The robbery --Be not with me satin [sic] --
Don't wake me --
Winning --
Highway 81 --
Woman --
The politician.
Responsibility: Edward Scott.

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From the Publisher: As much as I would like to say, these poems are for your enjoyment as well as mine. I hope you like them. There's an old saying that everybody has at least "one in them," here's mine, The Midnight Window.
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