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📒Poetry In The Midst ✍ Christopher Velarde
✏Poetry in the Midst Book Summary : Welcome to the poetry of Christopher Velarde. Filled with powerful themes, bone crushing emotions, theatric imagery, thought provoking lines, and bold declarations, Poetry In The Midst will leap off the page and capture the part of you that hungers for a deeper connection between yourself and the world you live in, seen and unseen. Travel through Christophers words and let the ink of his pen take you on a journey like none other.
📒Lev Gunin In The Midst Poetry Cycle ✍ Lev Gunin
✏Lev Gunin In the Midst Poetry Cycle Book Summary : In the Midst (3rd volume in the series): extraordinary things under the surface of our life routine; experimental prophetic poetry book, with rich multi-valued – multi-layered graphics. This is an elegant integral artistic edition. Lev Gunin's poetry has original and aesthetically perfect flavor. His Russian poetry was noticed by many respected poets, and published in a number of significant literary magazines / anthologies. English readers may now satisfy their curiosity, plunging into a fascinating different world of symbols, charades, and metaphors.
📒Early English Poetry Ballads And Popular Literature Of The Middle Ages Specimens Of Lyric Poetry Composed In England In The Reign Of Edward The First Ed By T Wright The Boke Of Curtasye Ed By J O Halliwell Specimens Of Old Christmas Carols Ed By T Wright The Nursery Rhymes Of England Collected Principally From Oral Tradition Ed By J O Halliwell ✍ Percy Society
✏Author : Percy Society
✏Release Date : 1841
✏ISBN : PRNC:32101075727634
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏Early English Poetry Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages Specimens of lyric poetry composed in England in the reign of Edward the First Ed by T Wright The boke of curtasye Ed by J O Halliwell Specimens of old Christmas carols Ed by T Wright The nursery rhymes of England collected principally from oral tradition Ed by J O Halliwell Book Summary :
✏Early English Poetry Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages Book Summary :
✏Early English Poetry Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages Notices of fugitive tracts and chap books Book Summary :
✏Percy Society Early English poetry ballads and popular literature of the Middle Ages edited from original manuscripts and scarce publications Book Summary :
📒Terror In Our Midst ✍ Danny Keenan
✏Terror in Our Midst Book Summary : On 15 of October, 2007, three hundred police officers dressed in full riot gear, including balaclavas and sunglasses, raided the township of Ruatoki which lies at the northern end of the Ureweras. At the same time as Ruatoki was being locked-down, police raids were taking place in other parts of the country. By the end of the day, 17 people were reported as arrested; four from Wellington, six in Auckland, one in Palmerston North, one in Hamilton and five in the Bay of Plenty area. The 'global war on terror', launched in the US five years earlier, had finally arrived in New Zealand.
📒Praise Dancing In The Rain In The Midst Of My Life S Storm ✍ Christola Deloris Witherspoon-Brayboy
✏Praise Dancing in the Rain in the Midst of My Life s Storm Book Summary : Book Description Praise Dancing In The Rain In The Midst Of My Lifes Storm, (Little Things Makes A Big Difference) is intended to be an easy and gentle read, yet strongly effective. To you that read my book, I resign my liberty and I tell you my secrets. I will share with you the little things in my life that made a big difference. I am sharing my secrets with you and it is my sincere hope that you will tell someone. There have always been a certain feeling of power attached to the keeping of my secrets along with reciprocal bonds between my secrecy and emotions. Keeping my secrets made me an individual and now telling my secrets voluntarily forges a link with others and helps me become a better person. What you are about to read are secrets that I have jotted down in a journal, on sticky note or just carried around in my heart and head. My secret speaks of my hopes, dreams, love, gratitude and great passion for life. I share the stories of my lifes storms, my abilities over my disabilities, victory over defeat, advantages over disadvantages, and my desire to live a well live life over an unlived death. I am truly grateful and blessed from all the small things that made the big difference in my life. It is the experiences and learned lessons from the small things that I have learned how to praise dance in the rain until I can soar above my lifes storms. The little things are enormously significant. Each time I experience something I write it down in my journal and I ask myself two questions; What have I learned from it, and how can I use what I have learned to immediately improve my life? The content of this book is also the result of a quickening, energy and desire that translated from my heart through my head and now into this book. It offers inspiration, as well as spiritual, emotional and personal empowerment. It speaks of daily occurrences in my life, real life situations with others, humor and scriptures. This book imparts a message that Life is full of ups and downs, trail and tribulations, and challenges and struggles, which are called the storms of life. These storms presents opportunities, new levels of growth, new possibilities, wisdom, inner strength as well as an invitation for lips and heart to sing, arms to be spread as wings for soaring and feet to dance a graceful dance throughout the storm with the part of life that is stronger than the problem being faced. Every storm has a season and can be a result of Gods divine will as well as his permissive will. The storms in our lives provides the environment in which God reveals himself and where He wants us to learn to trust Him by taking Him at His Word. God does not always send the storm; however he will allows us to go through them for growth. He wants us to dance in the rain and soar above our storms as eagles. The Bible declares in Isaiah 40:31: But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.(KJV). The eagle has long been a symbol of strength, power and majesty, they face storms fearlessly. They are of the few birds that do not fear or attempt to escape the storm. They simply use the storm to lift them higher, they adjust their wings feathers for maximum altitude and they are able to fly high above the storm. The eagles eyes are protected by a clear membrane that protects their vision, which allows them to see clearly as they fly at high speed and when they are in a storm. That is exactly what God wants our experiences in the storm to be. God wants us to learn to face storms with vision instead of emotion. He wants us to keep a clear vision and maintain the right perspective in our storms by letting our problems and challenges cause us to rise higher and higher. God wants us to envision victory over our storms. Eagles are constantly cleaning their feathers, pulling out any that are ruffled or damage
📒Seasons Twenty Eight Poems Of The Naked Soul ✍ Nooshan Shekarabi
✏Seasons Twenty Eight Poems of the Naked Soul Book Summary : In Seasons: Twenty-Eight Poems of the Naked Soul, Volume II, poet Nooshan Shekarabi traces an interesting and dark journey over the past two years of her life. She writes bravely and honestly about love, hope, anguish, injustice, family, friendship, success, and longing. Her poetry is raw and filled with emotion that depicts the thoughts and feelings of an old soul in a young womans mind and body. No matter our situation, we sometimes endure painful breakups. We are disappointed, ignored, and marginalized by others; we experience financial ups and downs. We worry about our families well-beingand we survive. The poems in this collection examine the reality of those dark places and of our ability to find hope again. Irony I am so broken that I am unable to recall the feeling of being whole. Exhaustion is a disposition Ive grown to expect. I am so angry that I am unable to manifest my rage effectively. Disappointment is surrounding me no matter how much I deny it. I am seduced by my daydreams of escaping to some cozy spot in Spain. Responsibility is the commitment I have taken on willingly. Despite all of this I am so predisposed to believe in you again. Hopefulness is ingrained in me relentlessly even now.
✏The Poets and Poetry of America to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century Eleventh Edition Revised Book Summary :