Christina R. Jussaume, a non secular poetic writer has printed her sixth collection of poetry entitled, “Non secular Entitlement: Healing of Mind, Body, and Spirit.” Jussaume could be a wife, mother, grandmother, and could be a founding member of the poetry site “Poetry and Publishing” located within the UK. She dedicates this book to God from whom she gets her inspiration and to her friends for his or her encouragement.Non secular Entitlement begins with the poem “God’s Enlightenment,” that is written within the Shadow Sonnet form (page 1). The inventor of this poetic form is Amera M. Anderson. This kind is just like the Yank Sonnet that will not use finish rhymes and incorporates a syllable count of unequal lines. Reflecting on the first poem, the words of her late mother resonates in her soul as she pens the poem “Pass No Judgment,” that in written in the Monchielle kind (page 4). This poem sends tribute to her mother for the lessons she learned from her as a daughter. The creator of this poetic type is Jim T. Henriksen. Additionally, the poetics lines send a transparent message that such an act of judgment rest solely with God the Creator.The poem, “Giving of Peace and Joy,” is written in The Tree format (page 14). The creator of this poetic type is Dorian Peterson Potter. It is actually a concrete poem since it outlines the form of a tree. This poem brings the essence of peace and joy to the guts of the reader. Her poem that is entitled, “Stairway to Heaven,” is written in the Linked format (page 67). The creator of this poetic form is Erich J. Goller. This poem gives some insight concerning the path to Heaven and what it takes to steer the “Stairways to Heaven.”The book continues with another concrete poem entitled, “The Lighting Bugs,” which is written in The Butterfly Oclet kind (page 117). The inventor of this poetic type is Joree Williams. Each individual stanza within the poem is in the shape of a butterfly’s wings. This poem sends images of angelic wings reflecting stars as a guiding light.Jussaume has not forgotten her parents. She conjointly gives credit to her late father in the poem “To My Father,” written in the Pruntiform poetic style (page 181). The creator of this poetic type is Randy Prunty. The author’s plea to God during this poem is for everybody to measure in faith and grow in love. She ends her poems on page 181 with another poem written in the Monchielle kind and is entitled, “Believe in Me to Be Well.” This poem stems from the Book of Exodus fifteen:26, and is predicated on the voice of God that states, “I’m the Lord who heals you.”The book additionally contains a glossary of over eighty plus poetic forms and styles for bigger understanding of the poems. Following the glossary is another section with the front cowl of the books written by Jussaume. The last section of the book includes a list of books in which she contributes her poems for the betterment of others and world peace.