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Poems of Love and Light: With just a touch of Grey (Volume 1) Paperback – July 31, 2013
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The Author has written numerous works of prose and Poetry, and continues to work on the Great Theme. His penchant for philosophy, psychology, history, Myth, mysticism, metaphysics and human interactions, have taken him to many places and times, which have synthesized all these elements in a cohesive and broad ability to share what he has learned and experienced. His ability to reach the reader, deep down, has proved to improve the lives, and Love's, of those who have plumbed the depths of emotion with him. He has been a student and teacher, and continues to strive for balance between the two. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Preceding each poem is a description page. This gift of circumspection gives the readers a voyeuristic viewpoint as we are privileged to share in the circumstances and intent behind the creation of each poem. This insight, while a valuable precursor to each poem presents a duality as the Author takes us down a somewhat lineal path, as we are witness to the progression of his relationship with the Muse, to the idealistic application to our own lives.
This volume reminds us how the mundane and every day must carry weight in "the totality of relationships and intentions" and that while we may cherish these moments of love as cherished objects to be protected and preserved, they must also coexist in the grand macrocosm that is the world we live in. While perhaps not always residing harmoniously, "Seeing the presence in your mind, of someone dear to you, remembering the smile, the scent, the vulnerability and intimacy, remain in a place of intention, it is a memory beyond memories."
Serendipitous, synchronistic and magickal, "Poems of Love and Light" takes us down a path to love, life and enlightenment.