Elements of Dawn: Early Poetry and Prose

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There may exist a medium of nature to portray that is emitted before time was born. As we sense this in varying degrees, each of us, hold to and are formed by a truth which is of a universal kind. They said a long time ago that 'Art is long, life is short'. The elements of light compose inner and outward likenesses to this transcendent soul we call love.

Nature's breadth and wildness is so vast that it is elusive of description. As are each eternal season, there in existence the...

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There may exist a medium of nature to portray that is emitted before time was born. As we sense this in varying degrees, each of us, hold to and are formed by a truth which is of a universal kind. They said a long time ago that 'Art is long, life is short'. The elements of light compose inner and outward likenesses to this transcendent soul we call love.

Nature's breadth and wildness is so vast that it is elusive of description. As are each eternal season, there in existence the making of thought into realms of art, such as poetry, a music unto the page, is limitless. Forsaken by mankind erring unto themselves, then hold the ideal within the seeds of your soul. And thereby you may inherit love, a seasonal being, transcendent of time. When moments are sufficient that to be alive is enough for us to enjoy, we are of a nature inherent of a greater beyond. Presence is awakened in the light of truth, which is balanced by the seasons. We do each have our unique content and manifestation of this that exists. Thought and poetry, prose and music, are compositions spring forth the balance of such still movement, which is of a metaphysical nature. Then we are moved by such and are inheriting a greater sharing which enriches humanity.

Let not the erring world intrude, and you will love and prosper by the life which is of the greater universe. Such as you were born, then destiny intertwines this journey of life. From beginning dawn unto the stillness of a waking sunset, there are elements inscribing our heart within and without all grace of truth which will eventually set you free.

What is written within these pages was budding forth in my youthful spirit. Sometimes abstract are the efforts to create what arrived to my mind as inspired these early writings. I do believe you may find glimmers of truth of a creative nature. As youth we are just beginning to integrate the balance necessary in life. Here you may find a likeness to such attempt to convey the butterfly while it is being formed and released unto freedom. Unfortunately there is deep pain in life as well as moments of joy and elation. Over time though, the strength of truth will form the inner balance necessary. May you enjoy these works that rooted in my youth.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781630000202
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 1/8/2013
  • Pages: 358
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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