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Psalms in the Key of Life by By David L. Dollison, Sr.

Psalms in the Key of Life

by By David L. Dollison, Sr.

Pages: 108

Dimensions: 5 x 7

  • BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - Personal Memoirs
  • BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - Cultural, Ethnic & Regional - General

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781662810732

Price : $13.49

This book was written at the insistence of my mother-in-law and my sons. I write inspirational poetry and at times I would write about the events that happened in my life. My mother-in-law was my sounding board and after she read something I wrote, she would say to me “Son that was beautiful, have you ever considered publishing any of your poems? You really should.” So, I started writing more poetry. In closing, being a black father is a difficult job, but it’s a job I would do all over again. I was able to navigate many different life situations and put them in a positive frame in an effort to help me to not only see the problem but to look also to the best solution possible. If you look at things with a positive prospective and with love, you will be amazed at the good in life that you can do. I hope that this book will be as much of a blessings to others as it was a joy for me to write, and that it inspires people to be the way God in his wisdom created people to be.

David L. Dollison, Sr. was born in Muncie, Indiana. He went to Southside High School in Muncie, where he met his wife Phyllis in the 10th grade. They have been together 51 years and have had six children, five of who are now grown. They have fourteen grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.
In 1970, David joined the US Navy and served aboard the CVA-19 USS Hancock (also known as The Hacking Hanna). David served his country till 1974, when he was honorably discharged. After his return to civilian life, David attended Laney College in Oakland, CA. He graduated in June 1977 after receiving an AA in General Education, while simultaneously employed at the Alameda Navy Rework Facility. David worked at the naval facility going from a clerk to an aircraft sheet metal journeyman mechanic until the base closed in 1995. David and his wife are retired.

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