Stardust Tracks on a Road
by DuEwa M. Frazier
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Publication Date: Apr 06, 2005
Format: Paperback, 128 pages
Imprint: Lit Noire Publishing
Publisher: Lit Noire Publishing
Parent Company: Lit Noire Publishing
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Stardust Tracks is a classic literary offering, from a young writer with an old, traveling soul. Stardust Tracks on a Road is yet another creative offering, for family, friends and community, from Ms. DuEwa M. Frazier. Three years after the release of her first inspirational volume of poetry, Shedding Light From My Journeys, her latest collection speaks to still, more life journeys. Some poems pay homage to Ntozake Shange, Katherine Dunham, Sonia Sanchez and Zora Neale Hurston, other poems cry out: to our youth, cry out for rebirth in hip hop, cry out for love, to recognize the soul origins of rock and roll, to reflect upon the artistic greats of Harlem, to give women a taste of empowerment, and to reflect upon what makes women FIERCE! These poems are for student folk, every day folk, scholarly folk, activist folk, educator folk, artistic dancing, poetizing, painting, singing, and dramatist folk. These poems are for the child in you, the lover in you, the funk and hip hop music in you, the strength and the weakness in you. These poems will inspire, motivate, make you reflect and make you smile. Giving readers a taste of her jazz-blues-soul poetry style, DuEwa writes in free verse and haiku. The setting of Stardust Tracks is anywhere. The wise and deliberate tone of DuEwa, is sure to take you everywhere as you experience her spoken word in its powerful written form.
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