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Cosmic Pathway - A Poets Journey

Dip into this small book of short writings for some ideas of what to do when things feel bad or life seems out of kilter. These writings can also provide a starting point for conversations with friends. Has life thrown us a curve ball, something unexpected?

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Or is it a life transition that we all must face-- aging, illness, or death? This upbeat book can help us figure out how to think about it and how to do more than just survive, but to thrive in hard times. Hair on Fire: poems by Pamela Williams Hair on Fire by Pamela Williams is a collection of her poems springing from a deep emotional well fueled by grief, delight, or just the mysteries of both visible and invisible worlds.

The power of word is her gift to take us out of the busyness of life, to remind us of that safe quiet place within, and to celebrate what is uncovered there.

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The collection is invitingly introduced by Tarot artist, teacher, and historian, Arnell Ando. Medina eagerly invites the reader into her relationship with the Black Madonna and its transformative nature. We travel through her dreams, intuition, and relationships; we reach spiritual peaks, then descend into verdant valleys of change. Her exquisite descriptions of Nature serve as an awakening to the harsh contrast of environmental degradation, and the clarity of her writing shines light on important social issues.

Men and women who are yearning to connect to their deep intuitive and spiritual roots and who long to make a difference in the world will find both tools for change and inspiration in Ms. The two wandering orphan sisters, Megan and Robyn, have been seized by the Slave Traders, and it is up to the third member of their odd little family, Gumbel, to save them. But as he journeys to Slyrrh, the vile town where the girls await being sold, Gumbel saves another victim of the Slave Traders, the giant bear, Beobuck.

The funny little man and the largest, most ferocious bear anyone has ever seen, become unlikely friends, especially when joined by an even more unlikely companion, the mouse, Moon Bug. After escaping from Slyrrh, they undertake a dangerous journey, but one that often is silly and fun, to understand and confront the dark changes happening in their world. This beautiful volume of teachings, poetry and sculpture conveys ancient and modern truths about living deeply satisfying lives. The four SAGE paths enable you to choose which approach is most needed in the moment: paths of spirituality, authenticity, gratitude and enjoyment.

Each path leads to transformational awareness of ways to enhance the strength of your own holistic nature. The task of holistic healing is a practice that leads to a wide and deep commitment to live fully in light of wisdom and compassion. The author offers her work as a blessing of her own journey and also to those who walk the path with her. Loss changes us. It can change us for the better, or the worse, but we cannot remain the way we were in the moments before the phone call or the knock on the door that announced the new shape of our world.

Michelle Anderson has written a beautiful testament to how the experience of loss and grieving that loss contribute to that change. We develop different priorities. We gain a new awareness, sensitivity, empathy. Eventually, we are able to recognize those changes and reach back to help others just beginning their own grief journey.

Intersections: Poems from the Crossroads by Mark Fleisher. Fleisher is at heart a narrative poet, leaning on his journalistic background to impart clear and powerful messages as he hammers home the futility, frustration, and hopelessness of war, especially the conflict in Vietnam where he served as an Air Force combat news reporter. Readers will also enjoy the lyrical, image-filled style in the tender and sometimes wistful poems dealing with family and relationships.

And although the poems in Intersections deal mostly with serious subjects, Fleisher keeps us off guard by successfully intertwining a handful of humorous works in a pleasing wry and whimsical style. As she stumbles through the West Texas landscape of magic, coyotes, aliens, and boys, Abigail finds herself in a huge scandal. In the style of Carson McCullers, author Rachel Waterhouse, plods through a strange and southern coming-of-age world, giving the reader an inside-look on growing up.

Cranberry Beads: poems by Karin Stangl. This book is her voice — bright, perceptive, vivid, and sometimes bittersweet. Striking imagery and keen observations address subjects that include departure of family and friends, survival paths, and destinations.


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Members share a love of writing, reading and listening to poetry while striving to maintain a positive, supportive atmosphere to enhance their respective growth as poets. Writing styles and subject matter vary from landscapes of New Mexico, journeys of the soul, character sketches, to poems about muses, the color blue, and apples. Some poems are humorous. Others address personal or spiritual quests. Summoning by Jeanne Shannon A collection of poems and hybrid works that hover at the boundary between poetry and prose, and that range from the abstract and experimental to the concrete and accessible.

The poems in this collection are all fourteen lines, and they examine the landscape of southern Oklahoma and the terrain of literature and the humanities as the poet finds them to be. Northern Compass by Isobel Cunningham. In Northern Compass , a debut collection of poetry by Isobel Cunningham, readers embark on a voyage. They visit Montreal, the Canadian island city poised in the mighty St. Lawrence River and San Miguel, the Mexican winter retreat of the author.

Shining observations of everyday wonders and acute examinations of the mysteries of the human heart allow the reader to navigate the inner world of ecstasy, pain and gentle insight. These poems, lyrical or narrative, escort us to new destinations. Socorro: The Heart of New Mexico is a collection of concise and keen observations of Socorro, New Mexico that are both factual and personal.

Barbara R. DuBois, once again, doesn't pull any punches as she looks with unflinching but compassionate eyes at the city and rural area she has called home for more than 30 years.

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Accompanied by 30 photographs, her brief descriptions of infrastructure, history and organizations explored through personal anecdote provide an honest and kindhearted assessment for both visitor and resident alike. Scota's Harp by Michele Buchanan. According to oral Celtic legend, a warrior princess named Scota came from Egypt and claimed Ireland for her son Ir. From Ireland, her descendants called the "Scotti," invaded more land and named it Scotland.

Though this story is not widely accepted, the truth is found in their names, their language, and their courageous fight to keep their culture alive, and will be revealed the day the Stone of Scone breaks its silence. The poems are both lyrical and accessible and address common feelings with a slightly skewed perspective. In topics ranging from trout to travel, snow to stoneflies, acorns to wax lips, Beth Spencer transforms the ordinary view with fresh, and sometimes, startling imagery. Enjoy a bedtime treat! Shreve Jr.

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This collection is about all levels of fatherhood — among fathers and sons and fathers and daughters; it is about the fatherhood and brotherhood of man; it speaks to the Father within us which is the transcendent Spirit, the source of redemptive love; it is about being stewards for the community and the environment.

This book, a pictorial and written record of life in rural Oregon during the late s and early s, includes a brief history of immigration to the United States and the Oregon territories. In these pages, author, Toni Gilbert, crafts a living, breathing picture of her pioneering grandparents.

This book of poetry is beyond beautiful. It is a tale of a talented and supercharged older sister who fearlessly tackles the challenges that life has to offer. The book beckons the reader from the streets of Manhattan, the freeways of Los Angeles, the hills of Provence, the fall foliage of Upstate, New York and the sparkling island of North Haven, Maine. It also takes us down the bleak corridors of hospitals and into nameless waiting rooms. In this nostalgic rendition of postwar Albuquerque in the Fifties and Sixties, seven authors bring their unique perspectives as they share memories of growing up in what could be described as a "Norman Rockwell" time in our country's history.

This anthology features seven voices from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds who tell their stories of childhood. No two stories are the same. One takes you to the candy counter at Fedway Department Store. Another talks about the debilitating disease of polio. Some stories hint at discrimination and cruelty, a reality during that time in history. One story deals with the devastation of the Bataan Death March from a child's point of view. One deals with the Fourth of July, not as a patriotic holiday, but as an adventure into the vast world of fireworks.

These stories will move you to laughter and to tears. More importantly, you will share the optimism of our writers and the nostalgia of the times as you are reminded of the taste of fresh apricot empanadas, the aroma of warm buttered tortillas, the sweet honey combined with puffy sopapillas, and the magic that was once childhood in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Regardless of age or cultural heritage, readers will recognize universal human themes… the conflicts in family life, the struggle for identity, and the limits of parental love. In poems and brief prose sketches she explores the people, the losses, the places, the events that have helped shape her life.

Always anchored in the world of growing things, challenged and renewed by the garden she has tended for many years, Ann Rayburn shares with the reader, as she does with those personally close to her, a thoughtful exploration of what life demands of all of us: courage and patience. I Begin: poetry and prayers of a woman's journey through loss and grief Ginny Gaskill. I Begin: poetry and prayers of a woman's journey through loss and grief is a meditation on life, love, loss, and incredible perseverance.

It is through speaking her truth that Ginny Gaskill has survived—and thrived.

She invites us to begin, and begin again, as we enter into that shared experience where life takes on new meaning through opening to all that love holds. Coyote Points the Way Kathy Park Coyote Points the Way: Borderland Stories and Plays is a compilation of fiction, nonfiction and ten-minute plays that explore the borderlands, both literal and figurative, where individual resourcefulness, creativity, intuitive knowing and courage make all the difference. Moments of Time Mark Fleisher. If using musical terms, Moments of Time by Mark Fleisher ranges through several octaves and timbres, and up and down the scale to define his inspirations and poetic voice.

His observations range from uncomplicated subjects to romantic love to thoughts both personal and universal about war and conflict. Along the continuum are poems reflecting his sense of humor, often frivolous and whimsical.

Moments of Time contacts the senses and stokes the emotions, but also entertains, encourages laughter, and revives nostalgic memories. Writing in an approachable and accessible manner, Fleisher remembers his youth in the s and s of New York City, the horrific inhumanity of Vietnam and a major personal loss to finally find new life in an unfamiliar place across the continent.

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Limitlessness: a collection of poems Matthew P. Limitlessness , a collection of poems by Matthew Crowley, explores self, nature and cosmos. Fearless, microscopically honest and authentic, Crowley invites us to journey with him into the boyhood magic of muddy puddles, through the dark night of personal searching, the terrors and joys of love, and the awe of grand landscapes, both inner and outer. Selected from 18 years of inspired writing, Limitlessness delves into spiritual cosmology and relationship, both personal and ultimate, and demonstrates the poetic process of writing through revealed snapshots of the authors life experiences.


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