Celebrating Our Prince: Dimitri the Face of Adhd

Celebrating Our Prince: Dimitri the Face of Adhd

by Jean Max Dorsinville

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Vanity of vanities--it is said--but I have to, at times, take a degree of pride in myself. Our son is now a youthful looking 39-year-old, a handsome six-footer with what some call 'classic European features', blended with Afro DNA coursing through his veins; the upshot of the miscegenation of the races, giving him the look of Aphrodite's lover, Adonis, in Greek mythology or Eurydice's lover, Orpheus. His face reverberates with rugged masculinity. His tanned skin contrasts with his dark curly hair. His thick eyebrows show content accentuating his almond shaped brown eyes, but inviting at the same time. His eyelashes are, from childhood, exceptionally long and remain the same for the man he has become. His chiseled nose looks well-centered on his perfectly oval face

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ISBN-13: 9781504908573
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 04/30/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 290
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Jean M. Dorsinville, author of Honor Thy Father/An Awakening, Franklin Seales/Life of an Artist, The Diaspora is a retired successful businessman, like many of his generation, is a member of the Haitian Diaspora who left the Motherland in the mid fifties to join his parents in New York where his father was named his country's ambassador to the United Nations. His formative years were spent at the College de Saint Laurent in Montreal under the aegis of the Holy Cross Fathers. His undergraduate studies followed at New York University where he earned a degree in Economics.

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