The Collapse of Time

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Xulon Press, 2004 - Poetry - 100 pages
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Every so often, we experience a moment of incredible clarity, a moment so powerful and so real that time itself stands still. The outside world silently collapses around us, and the only thing that is real is what is right before our eyes. Whether gazing at the beauty of God?s creation, looking deep into the eyes of a lover, or praying in desperation when all seems lost, we all know these moments. We have all felt their power.In The Collapse of Time, Mark Odland exposes his soul for all to see. His poems are honest, beautiful, and above all, they are real. For when time collapses, all we are left with is the truth of the moment. And through these momentary truths, we are beckoned toward the great mystery, The Truth that will set us free. From the desert sands of Morocco to the Canals of Venice, from the misty shores of Lake Superior to his wife?s loving embrace, Mark invites you to partake in his journey of body, mind, and soul. You are invited into The Collapse of Time.
  

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Contents

Only Ink
14
The Cross
28
CafeDeSud
42
Tinder Heart
56
Pieta
70
The Real Morocco
80
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