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Today, I'm honored to publish Between Love and Death, a small collection of Tiago de Azevedo Mafra's excellent poems. They are mostly English works, while including a few Portuguese verses near the end along with their English translations.

A couple of years ago, when I had my own first bizarre and shocking experience of writing poetry, one of the first people I felt led to share it with was my friend Tiago, who is a language connoisseur. Unknown to me, he'd been writing poetry of his own for years, and very real poetry at that.

If you've rarely or never sat down with a book of straight-from-the-heart, well-crafted poems, I encourage you to give this book a read. Find it on Amazon HERE.

Tiago's lines are eloquent and carefully written, without being particularly bound to a settled rhyming or meter structure. Their effect, I've found, is both calming and thought-provoking. With the profound feelings and ideas flowing through them, I think you'll find reading them to be an inspiring experience.

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