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Too Heavy To Be Air By Daniel Batten
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Light-hearted poetry that dances like a feather in the wind, but does not lack gravity and depth. The pull is strong, although the words are soft and intricate.
LOW DOWN, SLEEPING LIGHT By Daniel Batten
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A new poetic form written from the seed of my heart and my soul.
Only Broken Windows / This Mad River The Collected Poems By Daniel Batten
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The first two poetry publications I put out between 2004 and 2006.
The Bodhi Leaf By Daniel Batten
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A collection of almost forgotten poetry that will give great illumination to those on the path of compassion and love.
easy. By Daniel Batten
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Delicious poetry meant to give you an easy feeling when you read it. A nice blend of photography and poetry.
Blind Eye To The Sky By Daniel Batten
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Poetry written as it flowed out of me without any laboring and intensive thought. A Wonderful book of poetry to be read while drinking a cup of coffee or sitting under a tree.
Letters And Confessions By Daniel Batten
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A HISTORY OF EARS By Daniel Batten
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A Delicious tale threaded with linguistic threads of learned disdain and crushing political sarcasm. It has some fluffy stuff too, including a Short Story revealed in poetic form to boot.
ALQUEMIE By Daniel Batten
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A fantastic collection of philosophical treatise that speaks upon the subjects most eminent in human society in a sweet and melodic flow of ideas and premises. Indulge your mind if you dare.
ALQUEMIE By Daniel Batten
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Daniel Scott Batten is a writer of many books including works of poetry, satire, theology, prose and philosophy. He is erudite in conception and yet mild and unassuming in style. He has a deep love... More > for language and truth and this is the main attraction one has to his works. His way of luring his readers into the depth of his questions and leaving enough left unsaid that the reader walks away thinking more and more... I suggest you read him for the simple joy of reading and not being afraid to join him in his awestruck gazing toward the light of truth. - JACOB BROADENBROOK< Less