|LC Classifications||PS3562.O265 L63 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||205 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||2001055931|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Locklin, Gerald. Life force poems. Sudbury, MA: Water Row Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. In Vril, the Life Force of the Gods is Blumetti explores the relevancy of our heathen, Germanic esoteric tradition in the 21st century, the nature of Vril as the Life Force of the Gods and how Odin revealed to us how to harness this power. This is Nick Armbrister's third collection of poems and his fourth book. It has poems that didn't make. The life force, that takes you onward, flickers then fades away to another place. Prisms of the soul, splitting waves, to colour our feelings, draped in hope. Tattered thought project life's abyss, then upward, to claim a God. These things are eternal, and will always flow, least you forget, you are a lonely soul. Outward to barren soil, inward lighting ways, screaming truths No! that is not so. An open and candid book which gives the true ups and downs in life. Barry tells it as it is, with humour as well as sadness. Mindfulness, cancer, recreational pursuits like sailing amazing places, family life as a child and adult, tv presenter, builder, husband, dad, mateship/5(12).
(Bradshaw Books, ) as well as the new poems she completed in the last two years of her life. I felt her loss keenly while working with her poems. There were so many questions I wanted to ask her. Though published independently over many years, each of the essays in this collection asks how a poet's words reveal the "force of poetry," that force--in Dr Johnson's words--"which calls new power into being, which embodies sentiment, and animates matter."Reviews: 2. A car uses force, To get us there soon, A smile takes force, To show off our teeth, A wave has some force, To move on a reef, A horse uses force, To win a horse race, Without any force. The choice of poems would have been very different if the author had selected from the whole range of T’ang poetry, instead of contenting himself, except in the case of Li Po and Tu Fu, with making extracts from two late anthologies. This book, the work of a great scholar, is reliable—except in its information about Chinese prosody. 3.
Life-Force poem by David Harris. I sit and ponder near the window of my soul of all that my eyes see. Page5/5. The first half of the book poses various questions about how one co-operates with that Life-Force: looking at evolution as a function of consciousness, highlighting the rise of global consciousness and suggesting how the individual can play a part in making a better world through empathy and compassion using ‘Emotional Photosynthesis’. Also, poetry that repeated the same subject matter never made the first two books. In later years, after re-reading his poetry, Nick decided to bring all of his remaining unpublished work together in this new volume – poems written during the years Embrace the life force in these latest collections of poetry. By Barb Carey Special to In the opening poem of her fifth book of poetry, Maureen Hynes presents the .