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Mosslight Paperback – August 2, 2011
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About the Author
After exploring woods and watersheds on both coasts, Kimberley Pittman-Schulz lives among redwoods and the Pacific Ocean of Northern California with her wildlife biologist husband and two cats. When not writing, hiking, or kayaking, she earns a living building philanthropy for Humboldt State University. She blogs about her life and work at www.themosslitpath.blogspot.com.
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There are so many talented people on this planet; we'll never discover them all. Get Mosslight. You'll be introduced to a fine poet. And, if I may make a suggestion before you read it-- get yourself a glass of your favorite wine or cup of tea, turn on some great background music and get comfortable--Mosslight will be taking you somewhere new.
It is said that "you can't tell a book by it's cover" but in this case as you open the beautiful cover you are greeted by a jewel of a book that lives inside. Somehow Kimberley is able to convey her experiences with nature and the human spirit with a style and grace that can brings tears to your eyes.
The poet gracefully expresses the oneness with nature. She relates feelings about herself and others while moving through nature's indifference. Words express joy and awe simultaneously and then she surprises the reader with deep feelings of loved ones and struggles with being human.
Many of her poems are inspired by places as she connects the natural experience with her inner thoughts.
This is a very loving and thoughtful gem of a book, one we look forward to reading again and again.
Dave and Pat Schumaker