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Challenges - poems of Ghana's revolution
by Volume One | Poetry
Registered by winganichawing of Sittard, Limburg Netherlands on 4/9/2012
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Journal Entry 1 by winganichawing from Sittard, Limburg Netherlands on Tuesday, April 10, 2012

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Journal Entry 2 by winganichawing at Dublin Convention 2012 in Dublin, Co. Dublin Ireland on Tuesday, April 10, 2012

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Released 6 yrs ago (4/13/2012 UTC) at Dublin Convention 2012 in Dublin, Co. Dublin Ireland

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For the Bookcrossing Convention 2012 in Dublin, Ireland. 


Journal Entry 3 by wingolagoriewing at Oberursel, Hessen Germany on Wednesday, April 18, 2012

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I got this book at the wonderful, amazing, astonishing, astounding,
awe-inspiring, awesome, brilliant, cool, divine, extraordinary, fabulous, groovy, incredible, magnificent, marvelous, miraculous, outstanding, phenomenal, sensational, staggering, superb, terrific Convention in Dublin.

It was great to see you! 


Journal Entry 4 by wingolagoriewing at Oberursel, Hessen Germany on Saturday, December 01, 2012

3 out of 10


Well I don't like poems much, and these aren't very well written. Maybe it's also because most of them are violent or sad or angry.

I liked the poem "Survival" by Diane Taylor, "A warning" by Yaa Asantewaa and "a decoded message" by Gnop.

Counts for Ghana.
 


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