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This Garden By Dan Lewis
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These are finely crafted poems of extraordinary delicacy and infinite strength. There is a Whitman-like generosity of vision, remarkable intelligence, a heart as big as the world, and, always, this... More > questioning, this sense of ongoing wonder. (From the cover blurb by John Hodgen)< Less
OF THE GARDEN By RICHARD ALAN TROBRIDGE
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POETRY FROM THE SMALL TOWN U.S.A. THE FIRST COLLECTION OF POETRY BY A MASTER IN THE ABILITY TO INVESTIGATE THE ABSURDITY OF LOVE...LIFE...DEATH...DARKNESS.AND LIGHT...IN THE GARDEN
the garden By lori suzanne holetz
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A collection of reflective musings inspired by visits to a small garden.
the garden By lori suzanne holetz
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A collection of reflective musings inspired by visits to a small garden.
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A collection of reflective musings inspired by visits to a small garden.
The Gardener By Rabindranath Tagore
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She dwelt on the hillside by the edge of a maize-field, near the spring that flows in laughing rills through the solemn shadows of ancient trees. The women came there to fill their jars, and... More > travellers would sit there to rest and talk. She worked and dreamed daily to the tune of the bubbling stream. One evening the stranger came down from the cloud-hidden peak; his locks were tangled like drowsy snakes. We asked in wonder, "Who are you?" He answered not but sat by the garrulous stream and silently gazed at the hut where she dwelt. Our hearts quaked in fear and we came back home when it was night. Next morning when the women came to fetch water at the spring by the deodar trees, they found the doors open in her hut, but her voice was gone and where was her smiling face? The empty jar lay on the floor and her lamp had burnt itself out in the corner. No one knew where she had fled to before it was morning—and the stranger had gone. ........< Less
In the Garden By James A. Osteen Jr.
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A book of poetry that takes the simple things in life a bit farther
In the Garden By James A. Osteen Jr.
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The Gardener By Rabindranath Tagore
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About the Author Rabindranath Tagore, Nobel Laureate, was born on 7th May 1861 and died in 1941.He was renowned poet, playwright, and novelist of the modern India. He was a Bengali Author who... More > reshaped Bengali Literature and Music. He Penned Gitanjali’, which is deeply sensitive, fresh and beautiful verse, after which he acclaimed the title ‘Nobel Laureate’. He was the first non-European to get ‘Nobel Prize’ in Literature in 1913. He started poetry writing from his early age of eight years and published his first poetry collection under the name “Sun Lion “(‘Bhanushingho). Later he wrote his first dramas and short stories in 1877. He founded the ‘Visva-Bharati University’.< Less
In the Gardens of God By Stephan Attia
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‘In the Gardens of God’ is a unique collection of poetry which symbolizes the return of the poet to the source of all creation. Despite the harsh influences of the physical reality the... More > poet excels owing to his devotion to the love of life. Furthermore, the poet managed to overcome temptation owing to the gift of poetry. His realization of the truth was the ray of the new dawn for mankind. This collection is a mirror of the ordeal in which the poet was pressed down to the extreme point of madness. He had to choose between the world of man and the world of God; A choice which was bound to either lead the poet to self destruction or to lead posterity to salvation. Freedom of the human spirit or the demise it occupied the poet’s inner world. To conform to the world of man would mean spiritual death whereas to return to God would mean an everlasting life for the human spirit.< Less