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John Schmidt
Edité par Path Publishing, Incorporated, United States (2017)
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Description du livre Paperback. Etat : New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Enjoy self-exploration by reading poems about other people, within a wide variety of poetic forms. From the author: I hope you enjoy these poems, spanning several decades of my life, but each one a unique visit into the human soul. I do not write to superficially entertain myself, yet I am entertained all the while. I search for my soul in the lives of other people and the spiritual ramifications for us all. Would you care to join me? Here are two paragraphs from the introduction followed by four poems from the book. A Life to Share is concerned with the concept of self-exploration by imagining the lives of other people. It is like a drama where the characters change frequently, while the theme of self-growth develops throughout the experience on stage. We are not creatures solely involved with physical existence, but spiritual beings who are going through a physical experience for the purpose of growing in ways we do not yet fully understand. This is one reason why I write poetry, to explore what I do not yet understand, and to better perceive the process we call life by delving into the ways words wind around ideas, ideas around spiritual concepts, and ultimately, spiritual concepts wind around our notions of God. Without examination into the existence of the Creator Who made everything, I see little reason to do or think anything. The Wall's the Thing Was Robert Frost whose poem spoke that high fences made for good neighbors. As for modern folks in apartments, we mostly hope for walls of concrete. (Pento) Remembering Life Remembering life events is less important than first dreaming them Love is that beginning where the motions of the heart bring round everything that a man is, and makes smooth his rise in elevated senses to a space he never dreamed of, within the presence of God, Who was and is that love. (Etheree) Success is measured most in the least amount of distance between the man and his God. (Cinquain). N° de réf. du vendeur APC9781891774812

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