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Tales Of Love and Light:: A Story of Love and Magick, Here, Now, And All Ways Paperback – September 4, 2013
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This volume is the telling of their story from the poet warrior's (He) perspective, as He sees Her. It is a tale of real life wrapped up in mythos and allegory. A "living history of desire and love" that few of us have ever come close to witnessing let alone experiencing in our own lives. Told in an epic style, this is a tale of a poet warrior and his muse as they traverse the joys and pitfalls indicative of many relationships. While this is clearly not a tale of first love, it could be the last. "[H]er lips trembled with passion and vision, of possibilities and release...."
The mix of prose and poetry is engaging, drawing the reader in to a world of myth and legend that is at once both instructive and quixotic. "[W]hat she sensed in Him was what she desired. Being practical and responsible, she had restrained these passions, out of necessity...." Will the casting off of restraints truly set her free?
Turn the pages to witness the growth and development of this volume's central motif, Love, as seen through "relationships, desire, the law of attraction, and destiny...and wraps it all up in a Tale or Saga, of real life...."