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Patricia Neely Dorsey

For those of you who live in Mississippi and for those of you who are true Southerners you can relate to the fact that my friend and fellow author Patricia Neely Dorsey is very proud of her Southern Roots and her state of Mississippi. She is trying very hard to get her poem “Meet My Mississippi” the state poem. If you have not yet read her work you should. You can help her achieve this goal by signing her petition to get her poem passed for a vote in the state legislature. She has already been recognized by the Governor for her ambassadorship for her love of her state and for promoting it on all of her social media. Let’s take this to the next level. And if you have not yet read her work you should


I need LOTS and LOTS of signatures to help this pass when it comes up for a vote in the legislature !
If you know someone in the House or Senate please encourage them to VOTE FOR MEET MY MISSISSIPPI AS STATE POEM

February 22, 2015 Posted by | Books | , , , | Leave a comment

My Magnolia Memories and Musings by Patricia Neely- Dorsey A Review

My Magnolia Memories and Musings


Patricia Neely- Dorsey born and raised in Mississippi has penned her second book. It is just a moving as the first.

Here is my take on the lovely lovely book:

If you have never been to the true south. The south where repsect is shown with Sir and Maam by young and old. Where the life is laid back and the living is easy, where you don’t have to know someone to wave to them, then you need to read the latest release “My Magnolia Memories and Musings” by Patricia Neely- Dorsey. Ms. Dorsey is a native southerner. Being southern is not learned it is bred and she is a true bred southerner.
She takes the reader down country roads, in country churches, around supper tables,the cotillions which were a girls coming out partyand last but not least she show the reader the true Steel Magnolias. The southern women who have a iron fist in a velvet glove.
As I read her poems it took me back to a simpler time when doors were left unlocked and people sat on the front porch and waved to passerbys. To warm summer nights and sweet ice tea.

This book along with her first one¬†–Life-Poems/dp/097962942X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1338385460&sr=1-1 should be on every book shelf of every person alive. It is the true south.

May 30, 2012 Posted by | Reviews | , , , , , , | Leave a comment


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