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Adam and Eve: The Poem By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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PROLOGUE The First Book of Adam and Eve Details the life and times of Adam and Eve After they were expelled from the garden To the time that Cain kills his brother Abel. It tells of The Cave of... More > Treasures, Adam and Eve’s first dwelling – And their trials and temptations; Satan’s many apparitions to them; The birth of Cain, Abel, And their twin sisters; and Cain’s love For his beautiful twin sister, Luluwa, Whom Adam and Eve wished to join to Abel. This book is considered by many scholars To be part of the "Pseudepigrapha" (soo-duh-pig-ruh-fuh). The "Pseudepigrapha" is a collection of historical biblical works That are considered to be fiction. Because of that, This book was not included in the compilation of the Holy Bible.< Less
The Times of Lady Dai By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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History and Poetry combined within a true story of a Chinese Han Dynasty Lady. *Mawangdui is the name of a Han dynasty [206 BC-AD 24] archaeological site situated in China in a suburb of the modern... More > town of Changsha, Hunan Province. Three tombs dated to the 2nd. century BC were excavated during the 1970s, and revealed to belong to the Marquis of Dai, Li Dang; Lady Dai [died after 168 BC]; and their son [d. 168 BC]. The tombs were excavated between 15 and 18 meters below the ground surface and buried beneath a huge earthen mound. A perfect blend of facts and poetry. Including "The Civilization of China by H. A. Giles, written for readers who know little about Chinese history. Illustrations within.< Less
EMILY DICKINSON: REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Illustrations within this selection from her poems, published to meet the desire of her personal friends. Especially of her surviving sister. The thoughtful reader will find a quality more suggestive... More > of the poetry of William Blake than of anything to be elsewhere found, flashes of wholly original and profound insight into nature and life; words and phrases exhibiting an extraordinary vividness of descriptive and imaginative power, yet often set in a seemingly whimsical or even rugged frame. They are here published as they were written, with very few and superficial changes; although it is fair to say that the titles have been assigned, almost invariably, by the editors. In many cases these verses will seem to the reader like poetry torn up by the roots, with rain and dew and earth still clinging to them, giving a freshness and a fragrance not otherwise to be conveyed.< Less
JIA DAO REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Ed.
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JIA DAO (Chia Tao) 779-843, was a poet from The Tang capital of Chang’an, born in Hebei— and entered a Buddhist order when young. He left the monastery around 810 to be a follower of Han... More > Yu. He spent the rest of my life in Chang’an, except for minor official posts in years before his death. In the early 9th. Century his group's strong belief was the moral efficacy of poetry and the importance of traditional values, which led to experiments with a wide variety of poetic styles, in order to extend the range of themes, diction and vocabulary acceptable in a poem. He was a successful poet,however some of the critics have found my work lacking in intellectual depth.< Less
SHAPE POETRY: Part II By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Illustrations within this book, of various, as well as Oprah Winfrey by the author, and an Oprah show, and Oprah Tribute Poem from the authors series of Living Legends. Part I and II is an assortment... More > from the author collection of Shape Poems, and Concrete Poems, in simple, various shapes, to encourage the reader to write their own; Alphabetized for an easy read. Many Cathartic Poems within.< Less
SHAPE POETRY: Part II By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Illustrations within this book, of various, as well as Oprah Winfrey by the author, and an Oprah show, and Oprah Tribute Poem from the authors series of Living Legends. Part I and II is an assortment... More > from the author collection of Shape Poems, and Concrete Poems, in simple, various shapes, to encourage the reader to write their own; Alphabetized for an easy read. Many Cathartic Poems within.< Less
MY MONTHS AS A MAN By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Several illustrations within My Months As A Man, written by a woman after she decided to write poetry and post it on an international web site as an elderly man, to see if her work would received... More > positive remarks, where her work as a woman did not. Was the poetry better, or was it perceived better just because she was thought to be a man. She says, "It's still a man's world."< Less
BAI JUYI: REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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PO CHU-I – BAI JUYI – HAKU RAKUTEN 772-846 CE) vowed his poems would be understood at every Social level, so he broke with the poetic habits of the literati in two respects. First, his... More > diction was not merely simple but sometimes Colloquial, and, second, he frequently lamented the economic and social injustices perpetrated on the poor. However, he also ranged freely among traditional subjects, including, the evocation of emotions using natural scenes.< Less
MY MONTHS AS A MAN By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Several illustrations within My Months As A Man, written by a woman after she decided to write poetry and post it on an international web site as an elderly man, to see if her work would received... More > positive remarks, where her work as a woman did not. Was the poetry better, or was it perceived better just because she was thought to be a man. She says, "It's still a man's world."< Less
JIA DAO REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Ed.
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JIA DAO (Chia Tao) 779-843, was a poet from The Tang capital of Chang’an, born in Hebei— and entered a Buddhist order when young. He left the monastery around 810 to be a follower of Han... More > Yu. He spent the rest of my life in Chang’an, except for minor official posts in years before his death. In the early 9th. Century his group's strong belief was the moral efficacy of poetry and the importance of traditional values, which led to experiments with a wide variety of poetic styles, in order to extend the range of themes, diction and vocabulary acceptable in a poem. He was a successful poet,however some of the critics have found my work lacking in intellectual depth.< Less

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