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Matters of the Heart, Mind, Body & Soul

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Matters of the Heart, Mind, Body & Soul is a collection of poems written by (Audrey and Kendra), a mother-daughter team formed by putting their individual poetic creations together. They found this to be a great way to spend some mother-daughter quality time together and produce the dream of sharing their poetry and motion poems with the rest of the world. This will be a first edition collection of poems about love, passion, joy, sorrow, anger, despair, hope, dreams, and romance brought to life with as motion poems with commentary, spoken word, music, art, audio and visual effects, graphics, typography and photography (DVD and digital versions). The print version will be a quality-made, glossy-cover book complete with commentary about each poem and full color photography or graphics. You must do your own due diligence and be responsible for your purchases. These poems are written to stir your emotions and make you aware of your heart, mind, body and soul on some level, which will be a TOTALLY AWESOME experience for you.

The rewards include T-shirts, books, and even an offer to write up a kickstarter for you.

You can support this special project here http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/258038521/matters-of-the-heart-mind-body-and-soul

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