After the Rain, the Sun: Short Form Poetry
spirit and matter water and stone is smoke less real than fire? than wood? Small poems that celebrate big themes, written especially for those who appreciate the sacred in the ordinary. These short Zen-inspired poems, crafted with heart, humor and insight, explore both the folly and glory of what it is to be a spiritual seeker deeply involved in the human experience.
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