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  • Tales of the Human Condition (With Music) | Millicent R. Ally

    Tales of the Human Condition (With Music)

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    • By Millicent R. Ally
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    In this, her debut collection, Millicent Ally sets out to interpret her wide and sometimes painful experience of "this earthly animation . . . in the four sections [she] categorize[s] as 'Life,' 'Love,' 'Introspection,' and 'God'." A Los Angeles native who was reared in Georgia, Ally shares, in the 14 poems that comprise each of the four sections of her book, intimate details of betrayal and triumph: love gone almost right - and love gone inexplicably wrong; faith - and the crisis of its utter lack; the loving light of family - and the dark shadow it can cast.

    Martha says: "Not poetry. Not music. Not the human condition."
  • Tales of the Human Condition | Millicent R. Ally

    Tales of the Human Condition

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 31 mins)
    • By Millicent R. Ally
    • Narrated By Millicent Ally
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    A Los Angeles native who was reared in Georgia, Ally shares, in the 14 poems that comprise each of the four sections of her book, intimate details of betrayal and triumph: love gone almost right - and love gone inexplicably wrong; faith - and the crisis of its utter lack; the loving light of family - and the dark shadow it can cast. Listening, we find ourselves understanding loneliness, friendship, isolation, and despair until, ultimately, Ally brings us to the truth of the spirit that allows her to transcend all the pain of her humanity.

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