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About the author


Narine Ashnalikyan published poetry books Two Poems and Sing at The Cowell Press and some of her poems have been published in The Red Wheelbarrow. She was a speaker at the Fifteenth Annual Literature Colloquium at the University of California, Santa Cruz; she shared her poems and spoke about how culture influences perspective. Narine published her first eBook, Two Birds Sing, in 2020. She has been writing poetry since she was seven years old. When she is not writing, she loves to dance, go to the beach, eat delicious food, and spend time with people she loves. To read more of Narine's poetry, you can follow her on Instagram @narashpoetry.

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I Hear the Birds Sing
by Narine Ashnalikyan

Overview


I Hear the Birds Sing is a poetry book about the internal journey of the writer understanding herself, working through heartbreak and trauma, healing through love and faith, and finding her life's purpose. The poetry in this book goes deep into her intergenerational trauma, cultural norms, and the yearning to live freely and live out her life's calling.
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Description


I Hear the Birds Sing is a poetry book about the internal journey of the writer understanding herself, working through heartbreak and trauma, healing through love and faith, and finding her life's purpose. The poetry in this book goes deep into her intergenerational trauma, cultural norms, and the yearning to live freely and live out her life's calling. This book illustrates heartbreak. It illustrates the journey of healing through love and faith in God. It illustrates that the beginning of life does not define the middle or the end. After healing, the writer discovers her purpose. This book serves to inspire those who feel like they have lost hope. It is for those who do not know what direction to take. Through love, healing, and redemption, you can regain your strength, your confidence, and live out your life's purpose. The hope for the future will set you free. May that hope drive you to discover your life's calling.
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Overview


I Hear the Birds Sing is a poetry book about the internal journey of the writer understanding herself, working through heartbreak and trauma, healing through love and faith, and finding her life's purpose. The poetry in this book goes deep into her intergenerational trauma, cultural norms, and the yearning to live freely and live out her life's calling.

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Description


I Hear the Birds Sing is a poetry book about the internal journey of the writer understanding herself, working through heartbreak and trauma, healing through love and faith, and finding her life's purpose. The poetry in this book goes deep into her intergenerational trauma, cultural norms, and the yearning to live freely and live out her life's calling. This book illustrates heartbreak. It illustrates the journey of healing through love and faith in God. It illustrates that the beginning of life does not define the middle or the end. After healing, the writer discovers her purpose. This book serves to inspire those who feel like they have lost hope. It is for those who do not know what direction to take. Through love, healing, and redemption, you can regain your strength, your confidence, and live out your life's purpose. The hope for the future will set you free. May that hope drive you to discover your life's calling.

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Book details

Genre:POETRY

Subgenre:Inspirational & Religious

Language:English

Pages:148

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781098368142

Paperback ISBN:9781098368135


Overview


I Hear the Birds Sing is a poetry book about the internal journey of the writer understanding herself, working through heartbreak and trauma, healing through love and faith, and finding her life's purpose. The poetry in this book goes deep into her intergenerational trauma, cultural norms, and the yearning to live freely and live out her life's calling.

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Description


I Hear the Birds Sing is a poetry book about the internal journey of the writer understanding herself, working through heartbreak and trauma, healing through love and faith, and finding her life's purpose. The poetry in this book goes deep into her intergenerational trauma, cultural norms, and the yearning to live freely and live out her life's calling. This book illustrates heartbreak. It illustrates the journey of healing through love and faith in God. It illustrates that the beginning of life does not define the middle or the end. After healing, the writer discovers her purpose. This book serves to inspire those who feel like they have lost hope. It is for those who do not know what direction to take. Through love, healing, and redemption, you can regain your strength, your confidence, and live out your life's purpose. The hope for the future will set you free. May that hope drive you to discover your life's calling.

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About the author


Narine Ashnalikyan published poetry books Two Poems and Sing at The Cowell Press and some of her poems have been published in The Red Wheelbarrow. She was a speaker at the Fifteenth Annual Literature Colloquium at the University of California, Santa Cruz; she shared her poems and spoke about how culture influences perspective. Narine published her first eBook, Two Birds Sing, in 2020. She has been writing poetry since she was seven years old. When she is not writing, she loves to dance, go to the beach, eat delicious food, and spend time with people she loves. To read more of Narine's poetry, you can follow her on Instagram @narashpoetry.

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