The Conjunction of the Sun and Moon: Book Two of 'The Seven Worlds'

The Conjunction of the Sun and Moon: Book Two of 'The Seven Worlds'

by David Stuart Ryan

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Overview

You are now entering the second of 'The Seven Worlds' in David Stuart Ryan's poetry series.

'The Conjunction of the Sun and Moon' explores the relationship of man and woman in startling images, poems and themes.

As with his previous book, 'The Sphere of the Moon Goddess', picture and text are intimately related and create a satisfying whole describing the poetic experience.

You cannot help but be taken out of the everyday into the mysterious realms that these poems inhabit.

It is as much a work of art as a poetry collection. The vivid intense colours of the original illustrations take on a life of their own, by turns other worldly, erotic, elusive, beautiful and intriguing.

You will appreciate this book for the ultra realistic depictions of love in all its many phases,from soaring hope to plunging despair.

But be warned, this is a 'no holds barred' encounter you are about to enter.

You suddenly confront life face to face, and that can be disturbing as well as inspiring.

Poet David Stuart Ryan, a US award winning writer in the 'All Nations Poetry Competition' takes you out and beyond your previous boundaries.

Some journeys change you forever.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781461037064
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/27/2011
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.65(d)

About the Author

David Stuart Ryan was born in Kingston upon Thames, England, the old Saxon capital of the country where 7 kings were crowned.

Educated at King's College London, he read ancient history and philosophy.

After working as a professional writer he went travelling for six years around the globe.

'The Conjunction of the Sun and Moon' was composed between two lengthy trips to India while he was based in London. It follows the course of the seasons and romance over the course of a strange and eventful year which has produced some vivid poetry and pictures that will stay with you.

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