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MY SENRYU MEDLEYS By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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A book consisting of Japanese Verse, which is 5-7-5 syllables per poem; in alphabetical order for an easy read. Various subjects. Based on Zen Buddhist philosophy of simplicity, and the idea of... More > perfection that excludes the extraneous. Titled in order to catagorize the poems.< 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 SENRYU MEDLEYS By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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A book consisting of Japanese Verse, which is 5-7-5 syllables per poem; in alphabetical order for an easy read. Various subjects. Based on Zen Buddhist philosophy of simplicity, and the idea of... More > perfection that excludes the extraneous. Titled in order to catagorize the poems.< Less
LI QINGZHAO: AN HOMAGE TO By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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History and Poetry combined in this book paying an Homage to Chinese Poetess, Li Qingzhao or Li Ch'ing Chao. 148 pages of delight. I am sure it will inspire the reader to also write. A rare read... More > from American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward. Chinese poetry, Kimo Poetry, with illustrations. Not a Translation Manual.< Less
JOHN DONNE: AN HOMAGE TO By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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2 dozen illustrations within This Second (Revised) Edition, giving an homage to English Clergy and Poet, John Donne. Born sometime early in 1572. Large print, alphabetized for an easy and enjoyable... More > read.< Less
JOHN DONNE: AN HOMAGE TO By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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2 dozen illustrations within This Second (Revised) Edition, giving an homage to English Clergy and Poet, John Donne. Born sometime early in 1572. Large print, alphabetized for an easy and enjoyable... More > read.< Less
LI QINGZHAO: AN HOMAGE TO By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
Paperback: $14.99
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History and Poetry combined in this book paying an Homage to Chinese Poetess, Li Qingzhao or Li Ch'ing Chao. 148 pages of delight. I am sure it will inspire the reader to also write. A rare read... More > from American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward. Chinese poetry, Kimo Poetry, with illustrations. Not a Translation Manual.< Less
SYLVIA PLATH REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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HardCover with illustrations intermingled amidst quotes, poetry and prose, inspired by, or poetry paying an homage to Sylvia Plath, with quotes By Sylvia Plath throughout this Revised Edition.
BOOK OF ODES By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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The Book of Odes, or Shi Jing, is a 2008 release, English Edition, Many of the 305 Poems in the book deal with the lives of the common people, their daily occupations, their Joys, and sorrows,... More > their hard work and duties in war. Then in the Warring States Period the state of Chu in the South produced a great poet: Qu Yuan (340-278 A.D.). He was the first Chinese poet whose name we know. When he saw that his state was approaching ruin and he could do nothing to save it, he drowned himself in the Miluo River.< Less

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