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This new volume of poems (from 2010 to 2012) by Richard Wehrman, examines in a personal and intimate manner the perennial issues of what it means to be alive, to be an aware and conscious being, and how one confronts that awareness within one's history, with sympathy, exploration, and loving-kindness. This book draws from the author's connection to the wisdom traditions of both East and West, and most importantly speaks in the language of what is lived, suffered through, and emerges as a quiet presence in the joy of being. "Work that invites, no perhaps demands, gently, that the reader take time to see, hear and feel beneath the surface. To be present to the Presence."