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I, Monica Harley, was born in Fort Campbell, Kentucky on April 6, 1981. However, I am currently living in Knoxville, Tennessee. I started writing poetry in fall of 2001 when I realized that I was half way through with college at 20 years old. My first poem, "Canst Thou Love Again," was published in Las Vegas, Nevada and I became a member of the International Society of Poets. On April 6, 2012 I got accepted to the Great Poets Across America in Washington, DC. All of the poems I write are about my past love.I attended Maryville College in Maryville, Tennessee. In 2007, I received a Bachelor of Arts in Business and Organization Management. Currently, I am searching for a Business career. After my Bachelors, I had a couple of dead end customer service jobs.

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My Spiritual Self 8 Views
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Doth Thee Love Still 1 View
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In My Dreams 1 View
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My Lover's Mindset 1 View
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My Lost Lover 0 Views
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The Meaning of To Be Loved 0 Views
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Thou's Wilt to Love 0 Views
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