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ANNAPOLIS, Md.

Distinguished poets such as Edgar Allan Poe, Emily Dickerson, Robert Frost, William Shakespeare, Langston Hughes, Phillis Wheatley and Maya Angelou have inspired Rev. William E. Smith to pen his own collection of poetry that reflects life and its many wonders.

A book that can be read by all ages, “Inspired Poetry Writings” (published by Trafford Publishing in April 2006) is a unique compilation that aims to evoke relatable emotions. “It’s inspirational, hilarious, realistic, and exciting. Something new, something different,” says Smith. “It will surely make your day a day of excitement, laughter and of great pleasure.”

Giving readers a sense of familiarity, “Inspired Poetry Writings” hopes to make readers laugh and cry at every experience they can come across and relate with. “All things are possible. Trust, commitment, and dedication will always give a positive outcome when all else fails. Poetry is alive and well when truth is being told,” Smith concludes. To purchase and to know more about the book, interested parties may visit https://www.amazon.com/Inspired-Poetry-Writings-William-Smith/dp/1412035503.

“Inspired Poetry Writings”
By Rev. Dr. William E. Smith
Hardcover | 6×9 in | — pages | ISBN 9781490794877
Softcover | 6×9 in | 110 pages | ISBN 9781412035507
E-Book | 110 pages | ISBN 9781412205535
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Rev. Dr. William Edward Smith is the fifth of twelve children born to the late Allen E. and the late Eva Q. Mackall-Smith, on December 12, 1952, in Calvert County, MD. During his high school tenure, William's interests were Art, Music and English. He graduated from Calvert Senior High School on June 8, 1971. William began his external studies in theology through the Moody Bible Institute in 1994, Chicago, IL. He completed the survey of the Old Testament I and II and Survey of the New Testament. He received certificates and credits acknowledging his completion of studies from the Moody Bible Institute. He furthered his Christian Education through the North Carolina College of Theology. In June 2003-2006, he graduated earning an Associate of the Arts Degree, Graduate of Arts, a Master of Biblical Studies; a Doctoral of Biblical Counseling in 2008. In August 2016, William was conferred an Honorary Doctorate Divinity Degree from St. Thomas Christian University and Theological Seminary, Jacksonville, Fl. In December 1973 William married Gladys J. Contee. They are the parents of one son, Dion William Smith.

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