"This poetry addresses life from a woman's point of view as she journeys.searching every nook and cranny; scanning the heavens and peering into the depths of her soul to find awareness, answers and truth.. Join Dee in her zealous quest to ignite newness you'll forever cherish." "The optimism in Dee Freeman's third volume of poetry is just as contagious as in her first volume, Oceans of Love: To Us From Us. From the opening epigraph from Herman Hesse's Reflections, which stresses the oneness of all living beings, to the self-eulogy that ends Part II of Poetry She Wrote, Freeman traverses a plethora of emotions from yearning. to resolution. I always knew she possessed tremendous spiritual beauty. I am glad she decided to share this beauty with the world in such a beautifully organic manner.." Lovalerie King, PhD; Assistant Professor of African American Literature, Penn State University. "Just imagine with me, a little kinky haired girl, who moves through life's journey with a key stroke and a pen from knowing nothing about the world, to a star of a woman who can explore the universe through her poetry and declare "Still Me."This is a masterpiece.A work of art. So genuine, so rich in thought, and so well blended in mind, body, and soul." Geraldine Smothers, MPA, RHIA, CSL, CPHQ President and CEO, Professional Dynamic Network, Inc. The Jordan Evans Institute.