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Cynthia Yildirim

(1979- / Florence, Alabama U.S.A)

Biography of Cynthia Yildirim

Cynthia Yildirim age thirty-one is author of the book 'Garden Pleasures' a book of poetry. She is a Technology, Art, News and Science lover and resident of Florence, Alabama. Mother of four great children and avid reader. Ms. Yildirim also enjoys Social Media and you can you can find her on sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Digg, Youtube, Google Buzz, Myspace and Reddit. Feel free to send her a friend request and share some of your poetry. Don't forget to download Ms. Yildirim's ebook here on Poemhunter that contains sixty one of her delightful poems. However, if you would like to read all of Cynthia's poems then check out the book on BuybooksOnTheWeb.com - Cynthia Yildirim's poetry cover topics from love, religion to politics. Don't forget to leave a comment and rating to let her know what you think.

Cynthia Yildirim's Works:

Garden Pleasures, a book of my poetry and political rants. Available at http: //www.buybooksontheweb.com/product.aspx? ISBN=0-7414-3865-8 for $13.95 +S&H or get it on Amazon.com or Borders.com

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Prop

Prop us on your breast
For we are needy
Dance with me in distress
For we are greedy
Bound me with your twine
For we are loose

Everyday a new breath taken
To live, to die

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