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Brunswick County The Best of the Beaches By J. C. Judah
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Brunswick County: The Best of the Beaches Visit the beaches of charming Brunswick County, North Carolina. Enjoy over 100 photographs of the shoreline, shrimp boats, fishermen, churches,... More > sunbathers, landscape, and special destinations of southeastern North Carolina. Enjoy your virtual visit to the Brunswick beaches long after the salt air has soothed your soul in Southport, Oak Island, Holden Beach, Varnamtown, Ocean Isle or Sunset Beach. "A riveting journey through the Brunswick Isles. A geat book to remind you of a wonderful vacation spot." Don McCauley, ICM, PC, CH. Author of Learn to Live a Life Without Problems. "Very informative and interesting facts coupled with great photographs to bring back the treasured memories and good times of the Brunswick beaches." Richard Triebe, Author of A Rising Tide & Port Royal. "This book preserves the sense of salt air and personal joys experienced at the Brunswick County beaches." Edith Edwards, Author of The Ghost at Turle Nest.< Less
Bereavement By John R Milne
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Bereavement is a part of life that most of us will have to deal with some time. Joy and sadness, love and hate, life and death are as much a part of our lives as sunrise and sunset, summer and... More > winter. All of life is a mystery which has provided fertile soil for poets, sages and writers since mankind discovered the art of recorded thought. This book records various experiences and reactions of people from very different backgrounds who have enjoyed the blessings and the curses which life throws up. It also portrays these people in the ordinary and extraordinary aspects of their lives. We cannot predict how we will respond to situations we have never experienced. One of the writers of this book was used to dealing with death in her medical practice. Her tragic story is told here exactly as it happened. The ugly and painful reality of losing my parents at the age of seven and several more loved family members since then has done nothing to soften the blow of losing loved ones. Memories makes the pain acute.< Less
Scarlet By Maria Kamy Abdool
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Take your shoes off and have a seat next to me. Let the cool morning breeze tell a story to your skin and promise you a lifetime of love. Come closer; listen to the birds singing to the sun, making... More > love to her vivid tiers. Let us took beyond the stars and find the things we cannot see; Let us enrapture the night’s beauty with the palm of our hands and suppress the fears within. And as the days ahead subside, come along with me, to a trip, a walk, a stroll down memory lane. Let me cascade you with the pages of Scarlet. The night is settling in. The songs are beginning to dim, the voices are starting to fade, the crimson waves are greeted by an enchanting sunset, let the pages of this red silhouette encircle you while you lose yourself. ... This is an Anthology of Poetry, 200 pages of Bliss for the world to indulge. Scarlet is Maria Abdool's 5th book of Poetry that she is sharing with the world. Become one with the enchanted experiences and swim between the pages of this book!< Less
Brunswick County The Best of the Beaches By J. C. Judah
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Brunswick County: The Best of the Beaches Visit the beaches of charming Brunswick County, North Carolina. Enjoy over 100 photographs of the shoreline, shrimp boats, fishermen, churches,... More > sunbathers, landscape, and special destinations of southeastern North Carolina. Enjoy your virtual visit to the Brunswick beaches long after the salt air has soothed your soul in Southport, Oak Island, Holden Beach, Varnamtown, Ocean Isle or Sunset Beach. "A riveting journey through the Brunswick Isles. A geat book to remind you of a wonderful vacation spot." Don McCauley, ICM, PC, CH. Author of Learn to Live a Life Without Problems. "Very informative and interesting facts coupled with great photographs to bring back the treasured memories and good times of the Brunswick beaches." Richard Triebe, Author of A Rising Tide & Port Royal. "This book preserves the sense of salt air and personal joys experienced at the Brunswick County beaches." Edith Edwards, Author of The Ghost at Turle Nest.< Less
My Memories In Verse (hardback) By Jean Bitton Vaughn
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[Excerpt from book] Introduction My Name is Jean I was born in a small community called Sunset, located in Utah. I spent most of my childhood in Wilson Lane, which is about five miles west of... More > Ogden, Utah. I had a good father and mother who loved us all. I was the baby of the family having four brothers to watch over me. I was born at the end of the big depression and a few years before World War II. I have had a good life, full of wonderful memories. I married a good man and we were together thirty-four years before he passed away. We had seven children and I now have twenty-four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Through the years, when inspired, I liked to write poems showing how I felt about the ones I love. I love meaningful poems and have collected a few favorite ones along the way.< Less
Lucid Moments Fischerhude 2003 - 2013 By Gerhard Raase & Floy Dy Ra
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"Lucid Moments" are these very short blink of an eye moments which become aware only for an "en plein air" painter. The perfect picture touches the observer, it allows his mind... More > to wander to a different world for the briefest of moments. For a painter they are fixed immediately on canvas or taken by quick sketch back home to do the work, if the weather don´t allow to paint outside. Like the inspiration of a poem comes & goes these moments are very rare. For example: only a few see these moments in nature like the "water-ghost" image appearing only one day a year if the morning in February has no clouds or rising moon breaking through the clouds when the painter is just ready to finish the clouds of a sunset. All paintings are done within the last 10 years in "Fischerhude", near Bremen, Germany. Gerhard Raase lives for over 6 years besides the "Old Watermill of Fischerhude" directly at the small river "Wümme" 48 paintings & 1st biography of the autodidact artist and short story included.< Less
Two Silver Rings By Jason G. Jenkins
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My back is brown, my front is green My spine is cold, my pages, lean; My words are slow, but what they mean Is bound up in a plastic tree Like coated pages, made to see The words from son, which... More > came for free He wrote me late and rapidly Like make-up done in haste, you'll see Like ships among the dying breeze We've found our way right back to thee, And like the ocean, yet to freeze, I'm frozen 'neath the plastic tree With lights of colors, sparkling And ornaments, hung daintily The Caroler, come harkening A doth the Holy Angel sing: "I’ve come from Heaven, to decree This gift of words from sun to sea, A sunset, in the evening be, A sign of Joy from Son to C-” So, on this Holy night, I’ll be The gift of not one Christmas’ glee, And hopefully, when you read me You’ll think of years ‘round the Christmas Tree< Less
Like The Sun By Aiye-ko ooto
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First Mile Marker: “Out of the misty dawn rise, such as wetness bequeaths us; another day of trouble” Aiye-Ko-Ooto begins 50 poems. Masterly crafts of the journey of man through life. In... More > 5 progressive movements, following the radials of the Sun. Next Mile marker is at “Rainbows to chase” a season of sprint. We delight; what the eyes desire. In the Third Mile Marker – we Stand in our truth -it is High noon, we have made decisions, choices and calls. Like the mirror they stare back at us in the light. Before sunsets, it is the season of reflections, the fourth Mile Marker. We accept what we cannot change and live with memories of great adventures. In the last Mile Marker, we Look for Shade – because it time to claim peace and rest, turn the oyster stones we saved along the way into pearls about our necks. Life is journey, don't go through it without this poem collection!< Less
Matters of the Heart By Aiye-ko ooto
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If you've seen flowers droop, they await touch of butterflies. So lovers forlorn, companions. Aiye-Koooto eulogizes the heart: anthology of 50 poems in 5 wave currents. 1st current; sweeps the heart,... More > in Sweetness awaiting companion. With admiration desires, expectantly. 2nd current washes out Instead of Girdle, Rent. Surprise! Unexpected advances not requited. Such failed anticipation, brings distress to the heart. It's not entirely hopeless Borrowing on others experience, it's encouraged to try again. Driven heart in 3rd current, flow to Lily Among Thorns. Ready to battle to win companion over. Comes bearing gifts and tales of a brighter tomorrow in union Like Feathers in Clouds,in 4th current, the ears heard but smiles didn't speak. The heart traveled too far to give up Soon, it's rewarded, with the Bundle of Myrrh, in the final current. Showered in fragrance of love in the isle of sunsets. The heart poems- experience of perfect strangers, coming together. Do they make a difference against odds?< Less
L'heure Bleue/The Blue Hour By Roland Verfaillie
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This is volume 3 in a series of epic, post-modern themes by this author. Mr. Verfaillie's earlier works give voice to the angst associated with the self-imposed isolation created in the vacuum of... More > social networking and the growing global economy. This work continues this theme. This book of collected poems titled, "L'heure Bleue/The Blue Hour," is based upon the term that painters and photographers use to refer to twilight. It is that period of the day when the quality of ambient light creates artwork in the sky, and confirms the beauty of the world. None of us can predict with certainty, that we will see another sunrise. We can say with impunity that the sun will rise tomorrow with or without us. It is about the impermanence and the loneliness of our lives - and our acceptance of it - that the author writes. It is between pillar and post- sunrise and sunset - that we go each day until we're laid to rest. It is a time best spent either at peace with our isolation, or with someone we love beside us.< Less