TITLE – Passed the Moments, Through the Tears, Out of Concrete AUTHOR – Me’Shon La’Kair GENRE – Poetry PUBLICATION DATE –September 30, 2014 LENGTH (Pages/# Words) – 87 Pages PUBLISHER – Upland Avenue Publishing COVER ARTIST – Upland Avenue Publishing
Me’Shon La’Kair’s experiences have been captivated through words that flow effortlessly on these pages, which have been brought to life so vividly. Professing the struggles of a fatherless childhood to the illnesses of Epilepsy and Type 2 Diabetes that proclaim thousands of lives every day. While being a Christian trying to hold strong to her faith in a world of curiosities. Still recognizing God’s beauty through its purest form and sharing her testimony with the world.
Her work embodies a truth that many can relate to and learn from. It possess her views on love, life, politics, religion, and the harsh realities of this world past and present. Sharing life’s obstacles and breakthroughs is what makes this book a profound read. Her poetry uplifts, edifies, and encourages the masses. Ranging from the importance of education to a mother’s love Passed the Moments, Through the Tears, Out of Concrete is a must read.
BUY & TBR LINKS
My Outlet Exclusively written for the ones who understand That what I’m saying comes and doesn’t demand Anything more or less But is written to make one visualize my creativeness It’s not just words on a page, but an abundance of thoughts That were trapped and caged Now freed beyond the finite walls which we possess Written and shown so the world can have a look at its uniqueness Gifted and blessed to have been given God’s best Which is my outlet to express Its job is to uplift and relate to others with the same situation on their plate Freedom of speech or expression has no room for others to debate Because it survives in a world where others can appreciate
Me'Shon La'Kair is an up and coming author who is a native of Baton Rouge, LA she has been writing since the age of 14. She has received her Bachelor of Arts in English and Creative Writing from Southeastern Louisiana University. She has recently published her first book called Passed the Moments, Through the Tears, Out of Concrete.
She is a member of Omega Phi Alpha which is a National Community Service Organization. She writes poetry, fiction, and short stories but her favorite form of writing is poetry. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and she also likes traveling, sports, and reading.