Hourglass And Other Poems
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📒Hourglass And Other Poems ✍ James L. Clark
✏Hourglass and Other Poems Book Summary : The poems in this collection have to do with the passing of time-its relentlessness, speed and events-and people facing sadness, humor, joy, social upheavals such as wars, inequities, corruption, goodness, apprehensions about life and death, love, hatred, dreams, disappointments, fears, injustices, blessings, sacrifice, sloth, industriousness, physical impairments/strengths, spirituality, God, worry, specific battles in various wars, elation, jealousy, greed, generosity, meanness, aging-in short, the everyday happenings/abstractions that, totaled, simply make life what it is for everyone, both individually and collectively. While the book includes both free verse and traditional poetry as defined consensually, most of the poems feature rhythm and rhyme, not the sing-song type of thing, but serious and consistent style presenting subjects in a manner conducive to reading them aloud and remembering. Though this is a departure from the styles mostly in vogue today, it features form that has withstood the testing of time while demanding more of the creator, just as in the case of classical music-perhaps an interesting change of pace for the reader.
📒The Hourglass ✍ William Butler Yeats
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📒Below The Surface And Other Poems ✍ Sarah Lawson
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📒Gomorrah Other Poems ✍ James Clark
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📒Twilight Other Poems ✍ James Clark
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📒Quicksand Through The Hourglass ✍ Dave Morice
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📒Tranquility Solitude And Other Poems ✍ Karen Lee Oliver
✏Tranquility Solitude and Other Poems Book Summary : Karen Lee Oliver was born in Poughkeepsie , New York on October 1,1959. She furthered a potential career in ballet by moving to N.Y.C. in 1973 where she studied on scholarship with American Ballet Th eater. Ms. Oliver graduated from the State University of New York at Albany with a B.A. degree in English Literature Major/ Th eater Arts Major in 1981. She has since published three books with Xlibris: Pergola; 2002-2005, Tales From the Mirwood and Tranquility, Solitude and Other Poems in 2014. Selections: 1) THE LOTUS EATERS 2) THE MONKS OF WALLENSBURG 3) PICTURE IN THE SKIN 4) VESTIBULES OF TIME
📒Turning The Hourglass ✍ Diane Fahey
✏Turning the Hourglass Book Summary : A new collection of poems, centred on themes of movement, settlement and displacement, and set in Australia, England and Europe. The poet's previous collections include TVoices from the Honeycomb' (1986) and TMetamorphoses' (1988).
📒Hourglass Studies ✍ Krysia Jopek
✏Hourglass Studies Book Summary : Crisis Chronicles Press is very pleased to announce the publication of Krysia Jopek's stunning new poetry chapbook, Hourglass Studies, on 31 October 2017. "Krysia Jopek¿s poems in Hourglass Studies are not so much linear as Möbius: they twist back upon themselves in ways hauntingly familiar, while offering surrealistic flashes of the outré. Reading this book is like having your own Tarot cards read: you find yourself spellbound, immersed in questions and answers, hints and predictions, that all make sense in the end." ¿Dianne Borsenik, NightBallet Press publisher and author of Age of Aquarius, Collected Poems 1981-2016. Hourglass Studies is available for only $7 US from Crisis Chronicles Press, 3431 George Avenue, Parma, Ohio 44134. ISBN: 978-1-940996-45-5. Dimensions 5.5 x 8.5". Perfect bound. Cover design by Dale Houstman. 26 pages featuring 12 poems / studies.
📒Through The Hourglass ✍ John A. Calhoun
✏Through the Hourglass Book Summary : JOHN A. CALHOUN has been considering our world, and his role in it, for most of his adult life. Anyone who has met him, no matter how briefly, realizes that this is a man who has embraced life and all that our time here has to offer.Most are struck by his easy ways, his instant connection with everyone from the waitress at the local diner to a Congressman or cabinet Secretary. Clearly, it is the person in front of him who matters, not a title or position.Perhaps that is why his first ambition was to enter the clergy, to minister to the spiritual needs of his fellow man. Instead, Jack, as his friends know him, devoted his professional life to more earthbound pursuits, helping people turn their lives around. His insights into troubled youths, especially those who seek a semblance of family in gang life, are widely admired, as are his efforts to create an environment for those trying to change the world one person at a time.His accomplishments have been notable. A one-time U.S. commissioner of the Administration for Children, Youth and Families, he later spent twenty-plus years as the founding president of the National Crime Prevention Council.He could have written a book about his own impressive resume. Instead, he chose to chronicle the efforts of others in Hope Matters: The Untold Story of How Faith Works in America.Jack Calhoun has made a real impact on the lives of people around him. Yet few of us have any idea how carefully he has been observing, through a poet's eye, his life and the lives of those around him. The result is this delightful collection that spans over four decades. Jack Calhoun has made a real impact on the lives of people around him. Yet few of us have any idea how carefully he has been observing, through a poet's eye, his life and the lives of those around him. The result is this delightful collection that spans over four decades.In Through the Hourglass, there are poems from when he first met Ottilia, the woman who became his wife, the years of parenthood and now grandparenthood, as well as word-paintings of friends and characters he has encountered along the way.It s a precious gift. Consider it a keepsake that Calhoun has been long-planning to give us. For no matter what each poem is about, we can catch a glimpse of ourselves. It is an album of life's images which is, at once, touching and beautiful, while at the same time thought-provoking and inspirational. It should be savored and shared."