Robert Frost says "poems should begin in delight, and . end in wisdom." What I have just read more than meets that challenge, delivering' aesthetic pleasure and artistic fulfillment. I was overwhelmed by the rich emotionality, the expression of what "you contain" in line after line, thought after thought, in a continuous creative flow that went on and on like Siddhartha's river of enlightenment. A beautiful soul on display is a joy to watch.
-Norman Weissman; author of Snapshots USA
Richard Geller writes poems, tells stories and we wake up. I laughed out loud with three of his best. Which will be your favorites and change your life forever?
-Jon Barb, author of Do What Works TM
This is our primer for changing the world. The way to peace cannot be explained more simply than this. Geller has written the most beautiful and illuminated path out of our collective human mess.
-Pam Hutter, Hutter Architects, Ltd.
Just as the aroma of a rich stew set cooking on the stove suggests the experience of a fine meal to come, so the title of this book promises language and wisdom, which are satisfying to digest. Savor these poems, which both shimmer in the mind and last in the heart.
-Kathy Hirshon, artist
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