Adastra and Stella Maris

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World Wisdom, Inc, 2003 - Literary Criticism - 251 pages
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The spiritual traveler may carry this German/English bilingual book of poems for a lifetime and not exhaust its content, because its contents I the inexhaustibly beautiful life of the spirit.
 

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Page 2 - the night Like the goddess Venus from the foam Of the sea a pearl, and then a woman; Profoundly feminine is Heaven's wondrous Grace. She is mystery; she is not law, She is free divine forgiveness, From the deep waters of Infinity — And none can lift the veil of isis.
Page 2 - I to see thee dance. Leila. my heart Would be enchanted and spellbound on its inward path. Were I to see thy face, I would forget myself — I could remember the world no more. Leila: angel of contemplation — I know not if thou art form or melody. A

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Frithjof Schuon, German by birth and Swiss by national

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