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The Wind And The Willow
     

The Wind And The Willow

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by Rose Marie Raccioppi
 

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Words heard, spoken, and written, reflections, musings and the ever-present quest for understanding and well being, move this poet's pen. Childhood, motherhood and the ravages of cancer are all woven into the fabric of time and being. Offered here are the impressions and ponderings that grasp at the very core of being. The Wind and the Willow is a deeply heartfelt

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Words heard, spoken, and written, reflections, musings and the ever-present quest for understanding and well being, move this poet's pen. Childhood, motherhood and the ravages of cancer are all woven into the fabric of time and being. Offered here are the impressions and ponderings that grasp at the very core of being. The Wind and the Willow is a deeply heartfelt expression of life known, fears conquered, anguish dispelled and the ever-present gift of faith. Journey with words to bridge reverie and revelation, to move beyond despair to the embrace of innocence and delight, be it the brightest or darkest hour.

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ISBN-13:
9781604744545
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
06/16/2008
Pages:
162
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.37(d)

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Wind and the Willow 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
RoseMarieRaccioppi More than 1 year ago
Ever present passions, ever present quest, and the prodding of the Muse, bring to expression the poems offered in The Wind and the Willow. Emotional and spiritual landscapes are explored. The pulsing heart speaks to longing, the soaring spirit speaks to beauty and praise, the questioning mind speaks to conflict and resolve. From girlhood to womanhood, from cancer to the totality of well being, the poetic words of The Wind and the Willow mirror a life in fulfillment of purpose.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Rose Marie Raccioppi¿s poetry: deeply connects one with nature¿s beauty in all its glory, gives voice to life¿s greatest pains and pleasures and asks and answers the important questions regarding the meaning of existence both in the present moment and throughout eternity. All of this is accomplished through an unwavering faith in and homage to a G-d that is responsible for creating it all. Her poetry is lyrical, her imagery vivid - as seen through a painter¿s eye, yet spoken from a deeply feeling heart and an evolved soul. I highly recommend The Wind and the Willow to anyone who has or wishes to experience the duality that comprises the human condition ¿ joy and sorrow, despair and hope, uncertainty and faith.