To God Give The Glory
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This collection was inspired by God, my family and friends that have encouraged me to continue with my writing. This collection has been written to glorify and give praise to God. I thank God for the gift he has given me and I hope I can write all that he would like me to accomplish. This collection is of God and nature. I write on many subjects and write poems that are lovely to read to children about animals. I have a complete poetry glossary in the back of the book with all the styles I used here. This collection has about 70 forms of poetry, including forms I have created along with various other creations by other poets.
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Sep 12, 2009"Re: Foremost Spiritual Writer" Thank you Daveda for the beautifully written poem as a tribute to my book. You have great expression within and your words did make me sincerely appreciative that you read my book. I hope that many poets will buy this as a guide to learning new formats in poetry. I tried to make this collection one that had many subjects as well as many variaties of formats. God bless Christina
Sep 10, 2009"To God Give Glory- Tina's Book" Review By: Mary Ann Duhart To God Give The Glory an Excellent book showing God’s hand Through nature and poems She ministers to readers using various poetry styles to challenge their abilities This is an awesome learning tool for all. Tina certainly ministers to the heart of the reader in “To God Give the Glory”. This book shows about 70 forms of poetry writing. Many of them are her own creations. It challenges the reader to look into the depth of enhancing their writing by incorporating new styles into their own writing technigues. An awesome learning to to add to your library.
Sep 8, 2009"“To God Give The Glory”: Such an Awesome Book of Praises Rendering from Yesterday, Today and Forever!" This is another excellent volume of poetry by Christiana R. Jussaume. As always she renders compliment upon her family members. One must read this exceptional volume of poetry, To God Give The Glory, to appreciate its essence. The poem “On Our Anniversary,” is dedicated to her husband. The line “Let us grow like the sun for eternity,” is really a touching. Additionally, the poem Replenish Our Love, is equally poignant. Words such as, “My sweet dearest, come to me now, and feel my heart, as it does thump,” manifest their purest love. She penned a special sonnet to her husband, known as a “Shadow Sonnet.” The first and last words of each line are the same. This raises the stakes of sonnets to another level; one Shakespeare would have probably not comprehended. Words such as, “Cuddle with me dancing, sweetly cuddle/dance to our favorite song, slowly dancing//, tell a... More > wonderful story of such a loving relationship with vivid images. She pens a special poem entitled “A Daughter’s Grief,” uplifting her dad. She writes this special line, “You my parents, I do adore, wait at gates door, wait at gates door.” In this piece she expresses her grief regarding her parents not physically being here. With love in her heart for her country and president, she expresses jubilation for the president as he takes the oath of office. She also prays for the economy to be fixed and the anticipated changes to come. She prays for God’s guidance of the president. She renders credit on her publisher and friend, Patricia Ann Farnsworth-Simpson, a spiritually uplifting writer of many religious books. Additionally, she gives credit to her special friend Daveda, in the poem entitled Magical Forest Part 1, written in the poetic form named after her. The book lists approximately 70 different poetic forms, which makes it very interesting. The diversity of poetic lines, images, techniques, and creativity are very inspiring to meditate on and to explore. Unlike other poets who stick to just one form or style of poetry writing, Christina is truly gifted in spanning the spectrum of poetry with her imaginative writing style. Her creative spirit in writing Acrostic poetry, and her use of the quatrain stanzas, is very uplifting. She has a special insight regarding the use of rhyming patterns and inventing her own creative rhyming style of rhymes with a unique blending of words. One of my favorite books in the Bible is the book of Psalms. She has used the Monchielle form to rephrase several of the Psalms in her own creative style and fashion. These are very remarkably crafted, and ring with such an adorable inspiration. The pictures and motifs she uses throughout the volume are just awesome. As the saying goes, “A picture tells 1,000 words.” Likewise, the ones in this volume render the same message. This volume also has a glossary section, which explains the forms of all the poems listed in quite an understandable manner. This makes the reader able to comprehend the poems more clearly, instead of wondering about a certain definition. Christiana starts the book with the poem “To God Give The Glory,” written in the Hourglass format. Finally, she ends the volume with the poem “The Greatest Birth,” written in the Lucky Leaf form. Contrastingly, both poems have a direct impact and corresponding impact on each other, with God giving birth to life covered by a leaf, and with all glory being rendered onto Him for His creation. Submitted by “Epulaeryu Master”< Less
Aug 18, 2009"Foremost Spiritual Writer" To God Give the Glory (Christina’s new book) Happy Christina came my way; read her poetry on that day. Instantly loved Tina’s writing. Poetic forms she did display. With over two hundred pages, will keep you learning in stages. Newest, “To God Give the Glory,” Jussaume’s books will last through ages. Poetic forms; she writes plenty. Diversified content; many; God, animals, nature and love, poet like her can do any. Attractive cover makes you look. Her words will grab you like a hook. Foremost spiritual writer; highly suggest you buy the book. ~*~ ©Daveda Gruber June 12, 2009. I truly recommend this book to all. Besides amazing content, there is a glossary describing all the poetic forms she used. I wrote this poem in Rubiyat Form. It is one of the many Tina used in her latest book. Daveda Gruber: author of A Blonde View of Life, The Blonde Who Found Jesus, Tales of a Tiny Dog, More Tales of a Tiny Dog, Castle of Ice, Snapshots ...a... More > Blonde View, More Snapshots from my Family Album< Less
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- P.F.P.Publishers (Standard Copyright License)
- Christina R Jussaume
- June 9, 2009
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 0.82 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 6 wide x 9 tall
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