An Adventure with Beginnings in Ancient Africa.
Across Time: Love Eternal is a Historical Science Fiction Adventure of epic proportions, with multi ethnic characters. It is a love story, which lasts across the very depths of time.
It is his verses, Lydia Alfonso de Fonteboa, overflows his soul and gives us in verse love the love of his homeland, family and his peers in particular the children to whom he gives himself completely, because in them is his driving force, to those who arrive with their heartfelt vocation as a true teacher
How do you stir the child’s imagination? How do we pass on our values? How do bring the child to love books; to see reading not as a chore but as an exploration? Eura De Freitas has introduced answers to these questions, not in an essay and not in the latest scholarly journal, but in her new children’s book: Metamorphosis!
These poems contain a luminous truth: The inner communion of life itself. They reveal the intimate paths where the life of things, of human beings and silences, consist in the astonishment of revelation, in the astonishment of brotherhood of life in species, in the winter with the rain, in the contemplation under the light, in the friendship of one animal.
Like looking at a photo album while watching and listening to the kaleidoscope we recognize as todays news, the poetry of Elenor Kaimakliotis is just such a collection. The poems are at once photographs of places visited and recordings of voices seeking, remembering, hoping, and living.
Alba is a collection of poems written over many years and is a series dealing with the social ramifications of the military coup in Chile in 1973. It is a first-hand account through poetry to describe the struggles of living through the Chilean coup of 1973 and the 17 year military-led dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet.
This newest collection of poetry has various themes evolving in many ways; we are shown how to be stronger and live our lives more fully by expressing self-discoveries. Traditional poetry has indeed laid the foundation on which to build upon and writing poetry is water for a parched soul. Poetry exists because of writing and speaking through the creative mind with powerful convictions. Poetry reveals itself through inspirational moments in life and inspiration comes from the most unlikely of places.
Wani (meaning “Ours” in the Garifuna dialect) Love and Life By Grace is a collection of Gracie’s amorous poems written in a span of 6 years. It consists of self-love, motivation and inspiration. It also describes her love and experiences in relationships, family, friends and God. Most of her poems have been personally dedicated to individuals who have left an impact in her life.
From the depth of love and heartbreak, come poems of life’s tragedy, of tears shed a million-fold. Though crying distorts our speech, fragmenting words, the verses written here are clearly from the heart. Families, friendships, intimate relations – are many roads every reader can explore. Each rhyme gives a glimpse of the author’s heart, an experience of his pain; but do not interpret the emotions exclusively his, as they are life lessons we all share.