Wild Joy: Ruminations

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"Wild Joy: Ruminations" is the first published volume of Paul Goldman's ecstatic poetry, described by reviewers as "a questing soul's exuberant reconnecting with the beyond and sublime...wrought with an artist's sensitivity to nature and a lama's love of moment" (Mark Scheel, former prose editor Kansas City Voices Magazine). Paul is also a Spoken Word Recording Artist. His CD "Wild Joy Released: The Ecstatic Poetry of Paul Goldman" debuted in March 2010 to rave reviews.

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Overview

"Wild Joy: Ruminations" is the first published volume of Paul Goldman's ecstatic poetry, described by reviewers as "a questing soul's exuberant reconnecting with the beyond and sublime...wrought with an artist's sensitivity to nature and a lama's love of moment" (Mark Scheel, former prose editor Kansas City Voices Magazine). Paul is also a Spoken Word Recording Artist. His CD "Wild Joy Released: The Ecstatic Poetry of Paul Goldman" debuted in March 2010 to rave reviews.

Paul's collection “Journey Into Oneness”, O-Books, saw its international release in 2011 with quite favorable reviews. Now Paul is prepared to launch a National Book Tour in 2015-2016 to celebrate the publication of his next two collected works of ecstatic poetry featuring the visionary art of intuitive artist Natosha Keefer. Both “Upon Your Canvas” and “They Left the Door Open” will further expand Paul's ecstatic vision of planetary healing and awakening. Paul is also the former host of Journey Into Oneness on Co-Creator Radio Network as well as the promoter and producer of Wild Joy! Productions. Visit www.ecstaticpoet.com to find out the most current information and to read Paul's Ecstatic Blog.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984114078
  • Publisher: River Sanctuary Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/28/2010
  • Pages: 122
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.29 (d)

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  • Posted August 28, 2010

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    Beautiful!

    There is a richness to Paul Goldman's poetry that is so tangible, I can taste it! His poetry feels like a personal invitation to sink into the exquisite fruit of Wild Joy and I did! I had the delightful experience of also getting the accompanying CD and what a sensory treat it was! As a fellow author and poet, Wild Joy speaks to my heart and I am gifted with a feeling of playfulness, passion and freedom.

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