Poetry. Book + CD. The poetry in VAGABOND DAWNS evokes images ranging from cyclical rhythms of nature, to the passions and complexities of love, to the timeless spiritual potentialities of the human mind and soul. Professor Doctor Bernfried Nugel, Director of the Centre for Aldous Huxley Studies at the University of Muenster, writes in his Prologue, "The all-encompassing vigor of Kleefeld's individual style does not merely allude to outstanding representatives of the poetic tradition, such as Rimbaud, Pound, Eliot, Kazantzakis and others, but rather incorporates them into poetic tapestries of her own." The book includes a CD of Kleefeld reading a selection of the poems, accompanied by musicians Barry and Shelley Phillips, who have played for Coleman Barks in his readings of Rumi.
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About the Author
Born in England, philosopher, poet, prose writer and visual artist Carolyn Mary Kleefeld grew up in Southern California and studied art and psychology at UCLA. Her innovative writing and artwork have been used for over twenty-five years in the fields of human consciousness and creativity. A visionary pioneer, Ms. Kleefeld has the rare ability to convey through lyrical language, metaphor and symbolic image, the spiritual potential of human beings.