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Pistols & prayers: a collection of poems/prayers/journal entries/rhymes and anecdotes

Lyfe, Ise

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ISBN 10: 1450218873 / ISBN 13: 9781450218870
Editorial: iUniverse, New York, 2010
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x, 129p., illustrated with b&w photos, inscribed and signed by the poet in broad strokes of red marker on half-title otherwise a very good first edition self-published trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Vanity press publication by the hip-hop Oakland poet and Commissioner of Arts and Cultural Affairs for Oakland. N° de ref. de la librería 191874

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Título: Pistols & prayers: a collection of poems/...

Editorial: iUniverse, New York

Año de publicación: 2010

Encuadernación: Paperback

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)

Edición: 1st Edition

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"Pistols and Prayers" binds together a collection of writings by Spoken Word Hip-Hop Theater Artist, Ise Lyfe. Prayers, poetry, journal entries, rhymes, and short essays penned by this young writer come together as a powerful collage of thought provoking socio-political commentary, blended with a glimpse into the author's coming of age as a man, Artist, and advocate for social change.

This book reflects a rare mind. The pages that manifest this narrative are heavy-handed yet easy to take in at the same time. Ise takes the reader everywhere; from self written letters to God, to one line anecdotes that stir you at your core. Serious, thoughtful, and vulnerable- yet considerate, funny, and welcoming. One minute you're reading about the commodification of Blacks, death, life observations, or provocative rhymes full of socio-political content. The next thing you know you're reading about the author's feeling on people texting "LOL" or the ever random and hilarious anecdotes, such as "God Fell from the Sky One Day"...

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