Dew From the Womb of the Morning
This three part book looks into the vanishing threshold of nature and spirit; body-mind; body-soul, spirit. The title is from Psalm 110 verse 3 in the Book of Common Prayer which indicates a fresh quality of pure beauty; of a state of blessedness, describing, for the author, a love relationship. Section One is exultation. Two is word snapshots of pain. Section Three celebrates our natural world in its varied costumes, traits, possible purposes and origins. This collection is a dance through perceptions of our world. The author invites dancers to listen with heart.
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