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    Bring Me Roses
    Binding
    Hardcover
    ISBN13
    9781920785444
    Pages
    64
    Released
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    'Bring Me Roses' is a collection of poems by Heide Louise, who having recovered from anorexia nervosa, found comfort and strength through God and a gift for writing.

    Heide believes each poem she has written has been inspired by God, and His words were to help her personally and help her get through her trials, as well as helping other people requiring comfort in their own times of need.

    'Bring Me Roses is a beautifully designed book that includes photographs that inspire, including photographs of roses and children.

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