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  • By christine_ra_shannon
    Apr 7, 2011
    The themes and titles of this book drew me – then the images; I just had to read each word and sentence. I was like a butterfly stepping from one petal to the next, tasting the nectar of each poem; the taste growing sweeter and sweeter with each poem experience. When I look into the face of Harriott Moss I see a kind, gentle beauty - a heart soldered with love, enveloping you in her presence. In her own journey to seek the truth, Harriott touches us all: teaching us that we are not alone; that she too has lived this pain, embraced it and been transformed by it. The title, images and words in this book are a Key of Hope that release us from the “dungeons of our souls”: a place where many have been, but never leave - a place where it is possible to feel; to remember; to accept the truth, to see one’s self as one truly is, and to “fly” with courage into our destiny. To say that I have been deeply moved by what I have read would be an understatement. The art of Harriott Moss is to... More > transport us from the darker regions of the heart into the naked light so that we may fly with her - Joyous, Free, Released! Through her poetry I have found a creative key to release from my personal dungeon - to a belief that by faith, by truth and by action, I am and can be, my True Creative Self. Some wounds seem beyond words - then Hope is remembered.< Less
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Product Details

Second Edition
March 15, 2011
Hardcover (casewrap)
Interior Ink
Full color
0.32 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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