About Cherrie Amour

Cherrie Amour is a Baltimore-based poet/author who writes about love, life and relationships. Her first book of poetry Free to Be Me, Poems on Love, Life and Relationships is a poetry memoir that details her life from childhood to adulthood. The poem Hermoso Negro, a tribute to her father won a 2013 Allan Ginsberg Poetry Award and is featured in the 2014 Paterson Literary Review. Amour also has two spoken word CDs "Love's Journey" and "ilovemesomewords." Her eclectic background serves as a strong influence in both her performances and her writing (she was born in the Caribbean and grew up in Canada).

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"What Love Ain't!" by Cherrie Amour

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Red Lion Hotel Lobby - the Living Stage, 207 E. Redwood St., Baltimore

Poet/Spoken Word Artist, Cherrie Amour performs some of her spoken word selections in a show called, "What Love Ain't!" Her latest CD, ilovemesomewords will be available for purchase. FREE ADMISSION


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