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Shackled Gods Uni-Verse By Tobias Lars
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Author’s Note: This is a book of Verse that was written during my personal spiritual awakening process, during the time I was encountering my ‘Shadow’, the dark parts of our self... More > that we mostly avoid. The writing would come complete-whole. I would feel it inside me and write it as I heard-felt it. No editing has been done except for clarity. In my interaction with God-Source-Love my experience is, It doesn’t struggle to create. While receiving these verses I was deliberately encountering the forgotten-rejected- abandoned- parts of my Self as happens in Amazonian Ayahuasca shamanic journeys which are becoming popular now. I asked God for real healing and I spent many soul journeys traveling into my inner self. It is important in order to heal(which means to become 'whole' again),that we accept, allow, bring back inside us those lost pieces of our own selves. Often those pieces are 'dark', or we've labeled them so. Which is why we rejected them, sent them out and away from us to begin with.< Less
Jersey Blues Selected Poems By Alessandro Baruffi
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Like a pilgrim, or a spiritual vagrant, crisscrossing the country—always rolling on the very fabric of the continent: westwards and eastwards, to the eternal oceans, and from the northern vast... More > plains down through the Appalachian, to the deep recesses of the lowlands, to the swamps—infallibly enough I would always return to my dwelling in Princeton. Many a time the lonely night was devoted to the contemplation of the moon of New Jersey, as I licked the wounds of a sore soul. I always wondered, how different that pale, ghostly circle of a moon was, from the one I encountered elsewhere above the magnificent land that I had been scampering about, and from the lost moon of my childhood. Yet, with adulthood—or maturity—seeing at last the rise and fall of earthling matters, I would flinch, my heart recoiling, as from something unpleasant. Thus, through the jaundiced, estranged buoy in the sky, I would recall past memories, and hold out my quivering hand to reach over to the always-receding mysteries of existence.< Less
Man in the Mirror By Howard T. Lundy
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I look into the glass, thinking about my past. Finally realizing how fast time has moved. Yesterday, today, and I’m still losing. Shame with no gain, and I’m still living in... More > yesterday’s window frame, and still feeling the aches and pain. Hmm, fallen from a place of grace. Disappearing without a trace. Now my life is an illusion, with so much confusion. I’m in dire need of a spiritual transfusion. I look into the glass, and what do I see, a very sad man staring back at me. So many brothers and sisters are lost in the struggle. Placed in the line of sight of the devil’s muzzle. Confused by the enemy’s jigsaw puzzle. The enemy tricks the mind with worldly gifts, as he traverses around for those that he missed. The man in the mirror stares at me, wondering how I’ve allowed misery to creep back up on me. When I look into his eyes, I see a once saved man that’s full of lies. If he’s not careful he will surely die.< Less
The Venus Bird Trilogy By David Lewis Paget
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These three volumes, 'The Venus Bird', 'Ishtar' and 'Weep' are combined together for the first time in more than forty years. They contained early poems that may not be accessed anywhere else, as... More > many of them were never converted into a digital format, and so were never placed on the Internet. There was no Internet when these were written, back in the days of pen and paper, when poets lived in cobweb ridden garrets, grinding out their muse in a half light after the electricity was cut off. Rather than lose these to posterity, I decided to combine these three books together for the sake of those curious enough to want to read my earliest works. I don't claim that all of these poems are spectacular, some indeed are cringeworthy, though there are enough gems among them to make it a worthwhile project for preservation. They were all written about one love affair that lasted between 1973 and 1980, when, like all good things, it came to an end. But if some of these poems remind you of a lost love, all to the good.< Less
Jersey Blues Selected Poems By Alessandro Baruffi
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Like a pilgrim, or a spiritual vagrant, crisscrossing the country—always rolling on the very fabric of the continent: westwards and eastwards, to the eternal oceans, and from the northern vast... More > plains down through the Appalachian, to the deep recesses of the lowlands, to the swamps—infallibly enough I would always return to my dwelling in Princeton. Many a time the lonely night was devoted to the contemplation of the moon of New Jersey, as I licked the wounds of a sore soul. I always wondered, how different that pale, ghostly circle of a moon was, from the one I encountered elsewhere above the magnificent land that I had been scampering about, and from the lost moon of my childhood. Yet, with adulthood—or maturity—seeing at last the rise and fall of earthling matters, I would flinch, my heart recoiling, as from something unpleasant. Thus, through the jaundiced, estranged buoy in the sky, I would recall past memories, and hold out my quivering hand to reach over to the always-receding mysteries of existence.< Less
Jersey Blues Selected Poems By Alessandro Baruffi
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Like a pilgrim, or a spiritual vagrant, crisscrossing the country—always rolling on the very fabric of the continent: westwards and eastwards, to the eternal oceans, and from the northern vast... More > plains down through the Appalachian, to the deep recesses of the lowlands, to the swamps—infallibly enough I would always return to my dwelling in Princeton. Many a time the lonely night was devoted to the contemplation of the moon of New Jersey, as I licked the wounds of a sore soul. I always wondered, how different that pale, ghostly circle of a moon was, from the one I encountered elsewhere above the magnificent land that I had been scampering about, and from the lost moon of my childhood. Yet, with adulthood—or maturity—seeing at last the rise and fall of earthling matters, I would flinch, my heart recoiling, as from something unpleasant. Thus, through the jaundiced, estranged buoy in the sky, I would recall past memories, and hold out my quivering hand to reach over to the always-receding mysteries of existence.< Less
THE LIGHT THAT SHINES THROUGH A PRISM By Reda Issa
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Reda Issa is born in Dublin, brought up in Ghana, comes from Lebanon and lives in London. 10 years ago on March 30th, 2007, Reda was in a car accident and suffered a traumatic brain injury that left... More > him in a deep coma for 2 months. At a time when his survival seemed really bleak, Reda woke up from the coma having to learn how to walk and talk all over again. But he came back with a gift. The gift of seeing reality through another perspective and the talent for writing, which he cultivated over the years. These two godsend gifts are what make his poetry unique. This collection of poems main theme is all about how someone can express and celebrate their individuality in the modern world of globalization. The Light That Shines is every single person and the magical spirit within them. The Prism is the world and the common reality we share. This book is for every person who has ever felt lost, stuck or alone to remind them of the light they have inside.< Less
The Earth Still Turns By Brown Bag Poets
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A Gathering of Brown Bag Poets An eclectic collection of world views by six women who write of the joys, puzzles, mysteries, humor, and grief encountered in life—and of the courage and... More > strength that helps us to survive. They write of— … being “poised on the edge of expectation” ... finding joy in changing seasons, “I reach for a wild strawberry and taste September.” ... warm love, cold hearts, family secrets, “If you don't talk about it, it didn’t happen.” ... a woman, beginning “to dwell on death,” recalling her tiny footprints inside her daddy’s giant ones, following as he plowed. ... regrets of unsatisfied aspirations, “the shades of time are drawn with sighs.” ... effects of aging, “He’s lost the tales he once told.” ... fighting fears, “She stays inside now trusting the roof to keep her grounded.” ... goodbyes, “as you breathe more lightly, ready to shed your tired body.” ... and how we go on, “just as if the earth is still turning.”< Less
El Libro Del Arroyo De Sus Sonrisas By Munayem Mayenin
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I let the lights Unfold The swanesque painting In the theatre of things Unfolding In the colourium of only Tangible vibrations Image-dance I let nothingness speak In the absence of lights A sonata... More > of serene relations Between positions and negations You do not see me For I am the artist Lost in the landscape Feeding the perpetual Motional unfoldings Of elemental wonders Though I hold you When you sleep I unfold you When you wake I silken you When you knit Your dreams I always cradle You close and open Near and far always Now and than always Atoms and the infinite sphere always Time and timean esplanade always Through eternity’s all shores waving I always cradle you When you Fail fall cry and call I always steady You up high and strong Steadfast you stand Ready to call the notes Ready to choreograph your spread To form yourself into a sainzaluzresa A strawberry of lights always always (Darkness)< Less
A Conscious Void By Nathan Hassall
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Nathan Hassall’s second book, A Conscious Void, is a brand new journey for both the writer and reader alike. Leafing through the pages of prose, poetry, and occasional philosophy, we sail... More > into work that has brought great challenges along the way; with heartfelt empathy and care, each piece has been tirelessly crafted to the smallest of details so that no meaning or message is ever lost. Godless space and time, the bitter-sweet Heaven of therapy, the undeniable hypocrisy of our most deeply held ideals; all is part of the extensive collage of questions and answers that appear in A Conscious Void. With surrealism, humour and cold cynicism, Nathan Hassall has created a very modern approach to poetry and prose, and perhaps most importantly – in an age when our greatest thinkers fear that Philosophy is dead – an accessible but daringly unique way to keep our minds from a dull, technology-induced slumber. Read between the lines, between the lines we draw in our minds and are too fearful to cross.< Less

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