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Poetry

  • Life Could Be Verse by Kirk Douglas

    Life Could Be Verse by Kirk Douglas

    From uncomplicated poems written for his beloved wife, Ann, of 60 years, to poems written for his four boys when they were still small, Douglas' words are comical, sentimental, romantic, and sometimes painful.

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  • Mala of Love: 108 Luminous Poems by Ravi Nathwani (Editor), Kate Vogt (Editor)

    Mala of Love: 108 Luminous Poems by Ravi Nathwani (Editor), Kate Vogt (Editor)

    Editors Nathwani and Vogt sought original writings or first translations and ultimately assembled a tribute to the love that is spiritual and corporeal, beyond words and begging to be described, and simultaneously directed at a beloved and at the very idea of love. 

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  • The Calm Center by Steve Taylor

    The Calm Center by Steve Taylor

    A profound modern spiritual text with the power to transmit awakening, The Calm Center will help you open to the deepest and highest experiences of a life fully lived.

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  • The Parliament of Poets by Frederick Glaysher

    The Parliament of Poets by Frederick Glaysher

    Thirty years in the making, The Parliament of Poets: An Epic Poem, by Frederick Glaysher, takes place partly on the moon, at the Apollo 11 landing site, the Sea of Tranquility.

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