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Download We Had More To Say: Poems from the Pilgrimage Road

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Dаtе: 20.09.2012
Total size: 7.72 MB
Author: Raymond Zachary Ortiz
ISBN: 9781611390117
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Ortiz"s poems expand the idea of pilgrimage to include those experiences which touch some profound dimension within, when connections are made with what might be called "soul" or "spirit," when the.
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