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Carolyn Joyce Carty

Author from United States of America

Carolyn Joyce Carty (born March 14, 1957 in Delaware) is an American poet who claims to have written the poem "Footprints" anonymously when she was 6. Carty claims she wrote the poem "Footprints" after being inspired by John F. Kennedy and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and published it through her great-granduncle Robert Louis Scharring-Hausen, founding father of Library Week 1922 and nature columnist from Hopewell, New Jersey. She is the registered copyright owner and author on "Footprints" with the U.S. Copyright Office, listed as an "Anonymous Contribution". Carolyn Joyce Carty's most recent publication is the Footprints in the Sand Literary Classic Collector's Edition, "Footprints in the Sand: One Night A Man Had A Dream" commemorating her writings from her childhood celebrating 45 years in Christian publishing. Carolyn is most notably recognized for her poem Footprints, One night a man had a dream version and her poems titled Faith, The Footprints of My Heart, The Footprints of God, God's Footprints & Each Other, Footprints Wedding Poem & The Thirst of Christ.  ( Wikipedia article )

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Date of birth
1957-03-14
Nationality
United States of America

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