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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
LI CH'ING-CHAO: REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Li was born in Licheng; her father was a friend of Su Shi. Before she married Zhao Mingcheng in 1101, her poetry was already well known with elite circles. The couple shared an interest in art... More > collecting, and they lived in the province Shandong. After he began his official career, he was often an absent husband. This inspired some of Li Qingzhao’s love poems. They both collected books, and shared a love of reading and writing poetry. They also wrote about bronze artifacts of the Shang and Zhou dynasties. The Northern Song capital of Kaifeng fell in 1126 to the Jurchens. Fighting took place in Shandong and their house was burned. When they fled to Nanjing, where they lived for a year, they were able to take many of their possessions. Zhao died in 1129, which was a cruel blow on Li, One she never recovered from; she considered it her responsibility to keep what was left of their collection safe. Li described her married life, and the turmoil of her flight in Hou hsu.< 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
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
LI CH'ING-CHAO: REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Li was born in Licheng; her father was a friend of Su Shi. Before she married Zhao Mingcheng in 1101, her poetry was already well known with elite circles. The couple shared an interest in art... More > collecting, and they lived in the province Shandong. After he began his official career, he was often an absent husband. This inspired some of Li Qingzhao’s love poems. They both collected books, and shared a love of reading and writing poetry. They also wrote about bronze artifacts of the Shang and Zhou dynasties. The Northern Song capital of Kaifeng fell in 1126 to the Jurchens. Fighting took place in Shandong and their house was burned. When they fled to Nanjing, where they lived for a year, they were able to take many of their possessions. Zhao died in 1129, which was a cruel blow on Li, One she never recovered from; she considered it her responsibility to keep what was left of their collection safe. Li described her married life, and the turmoil of her flight in Hou hsu.< Less
A BARBARA ANNE BUSHY TALE: Book 2 By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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Jean E.Ward, Jean Ward, Jean Elizabeth Ward of Starward Studio presents: A Barbara Anne Bushytale , Book 2, for children of all ages, with poetry and prose. Quotes by President George Bush... More > intermingled within this delightful illustrated second book in a series. Included are the tales of Little Wilma White and Little White Jimbo. Poems for animal lovers. Book 2.< Less
A BARBARA ANNE BUSHY TALE: Book 2 By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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Jean E.Ward, Jean Ward, Jean Elizabeth Ward of Starward Studio presents: A Barbara Anne Bushytale , Book 2, for children of all ages, with poetry and prose. Quotes by President George Bush... More > intermingled within this delightful illustrated second book in a series. Included are the tales of Little Wilma White and Little White Jimbo. Poems for animal lovers. Book 2.< Less
HOW CAN I SLEEP WHEN THE SEAGULL CALLS? By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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How can I sleep When The Seagull Calls? is a series of poems written by the author, while thinking about her only son, who served in Saudi Arabia, in the Air Force. The last fifty pages of the book... More > is the Book: With the Colors, by Everard Jack Appleton, and War Poems by Various Authors, including famous poets from history, Edited and Presented by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward. With a few illustrations within.< Less
HOW CAN I SLEEP WHEN THE SEAGULL CALLS? By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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How can I sleep When The Seagull Calls? is a series of poems written by the author, while thinking about her only son, who served in Saudi Arabia, in the Air Force. The last fifty pages of the book... More > is the Book: With the Colors, by Everard Jack Appleton, and War Poems by Various Authors, including famous poets from history, Edited and Presented by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward. With a few illustrations within.< Less
The Beheaded Poetess By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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The Beheaded Poetess is a book about the life of the T'ang Dynasty Nun and Poetess, Yu Xuanji. Two books in one: history and poetry. The work of Genevieve Wimsatt in her 1937 book: Selling Wilted... More > Peonies is revised into Concrete Poetry throughout the book, with acknowledgements below each section and poem. Intermingled with the original translations of Yu Xuanji, with a modern day Poet Laureate Editing it, and including her own versions, homages to, and inspired by poems. She has combined her love of history with poetry to come up with a First Edition, winning combination. This book began as only an Homage to book, and somehow evolved into an accurate historical write, with many interesting facts worked in throughout the book. Included are a few illustrations. Truly a work of love by Jean Elizabeth Ward.< Less

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