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Through the Funeral Mountains on a Burro By Charles Freeland
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Charles Freeland employs narrative sequence as a mode of aspiring to innocence. Each of these deceptively direct prose pieces, "embracing that infinity," is replete with power to endure... More > what finally endows the conscious mind with revelations disguised as moments. Freeland’s wry humor, charged observations, sonorous lines ("Eulalie stands thigh deep in the river"), remind us of our privilege "just to catch the echo of it, the way children sometimes catch crayfish on the end of a sharpened stick." One final word for Freeland: "Encore!" — Sheila E. Murphy Freeland's collection takes us on a journey with unexpected directions and deviations. Full of satire and the understated, the poetry of Through the Funeral Mountains on a Burro is masterful. — William Allegrezza< Less
Frida Kahlo: Life & Words By Ann Kannings
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This book is an anthology of 80 quotes from Frida Kahlo and 55 selected facts about Frida Kahlo. Frida was a little over 5 feet and slender. When Frida Kahlo married Diego Rivera, Diego was 42... More > years old, and 300 pounds; Frida was 22 years old, and just 98 pounds. In 1928 Frida painted a portrait of a woman who went on to have an affair with her husband Diego Rivera. The woman was her sister Cristina. Frida have a love affair with Leon Trotsky in 1937. The last words in Frida's diary read “I hope the end is joyful and I hope never to come back.” “Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?” “Tree of Hope, stay strong!” “Take a lover who looks at you like maybe you are a bourbon biscuit.” “You are all the combinations of numbers...” “Doctor, if you let me take this tequila, I promise you not to drink at my funeral.” “I hope the end is joyful and I hope never to come back.”< Less
Bat Masterson's Last Words The Newspaper Years New York October 1921 By Scott Cuffe
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Bat Masterson spent the last 19 years of his life living in New York City. He wrote three articles a week in a New York City Newspaper in which he penned over 4 million words about his life, the... More > world, the wild west, sports, America, Laws, and especially in his last year of life-1921...about Boxing! His sense of humor rings out in his writings as well as his sense of justice, against the Volstead Act and Prohibition, greed and dishonesty...and this book (the last one in a series of over 200 books by date) covers the very last articles he wrote in the month of October, 1921. In fact, he just finished writing his October 27th, 1921 column on the 25th and died of a heart attack at his desk. His last article was published two days after he passed away and the book concludes with the headlines of the day reference his passing and funeral.< Less
~Always~ Poems for an Angel By CW. Hobbs
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A collection of romantic words inspired by and written for, the one who saved me. Also includes a special "In Memory of Collection;" words to comfort a soul in times of sorrow. In memory of... More > Connie Lucas, all royalties will be used to help Cancer patients both in Canada and the US.< Less
Prepare To Die By Annette Adams
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Annette Adams shows Baby-Boomers how to get your life in order before you die, design your funeral/passing and HAVE THE LAST WORD...creative thoughts and lists of what to do before you go. Have fun... More > planning your going away party: choose your own music and flowers, leave notes, and write your own eulogy and obituary (guidelines for you). Learn how to have a green funeral or read the cultural history of burials< Less
Prepare To Die By Annette Adams
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Annette Adams shows Baby-Boomers how to get your life in order before you die, design your funeral/passing and HAVE THE LAST WORD...creative thoughts and lists of what to do before you go. Have fun... More > planning your going away party: choose your own music and flowers, leave notes, and write your own eulogy and obituary (guidelines for you). Learn how to have a green funeral or read the cultural history of burials< Less
The Sky's Window By Martin Wroe
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Finding the mysterious in the mundane, the sacramental in the so-called ordinary, The Sky’s Window offers a sideways glance, a fleeting glimpse, of the love unknown behind all things. Some... More > written for public reading and some for solitary reflection, these are ‘lines and lyrics in search of a numinous now’. They explore the everyday ‘with a hunch that it contains more than itself’, the hope that a prayer can become a poem and a poem can be read like prayer.< Less
The Sky's Window By Martin Wroe
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Finding the mysterious in the mundane, the sacramental in the so-called ordinary, The Sky’s Window offers a sideways glance, a fleeting glimpse, of the love unknown behind all things. Some... More > written for public reading and some for solitary reflection, these are ‘lines and lyrics in search of a numinous now’. They explore the everyday ‘with a hunch that it contains more than itself’, the hope that a prayer can become a poem and a poem can be read like prayer.< Less
True Family and the SEONGHWA CEREMONY By William P. Selig
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TRUE FAMILY AND THE SEONGHWA CEREMONY chronicles the historical events surrounding members of the True Family who have ascended into the spirit world. Collected in a single reference source, this... More > represents a holy inheritance of inspired words and pictures for members of the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification of this blessed tradition and format which signifies the end of life in the physical world, and the beginning of eternal life as an exclusively spiritual being.< Less
Stories of an Old Country Preacher By Norman Rushing
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The word "preacher" usually conjures up an image of an old man reading from the Bible to his congregation on Sunday morning. But for a preacher serving in the rural reaches of Texas in the... More > 1960's, the job entailed so much more than just spreading the Good Word. The community churches weren't anything fancy, if they even existed at all. The congregations were small, sometimes no more than a couple of families. But these people depended on the country preachers, as their parents and grandparents did the circuit riders; to marry their children and grandchildren, to help them grieve for their fallen loved ones, and to offer advice for dealing with the hardships of rural life.< Less