Bending the Light: A Poetic Look at the Seen and Unseen
Her poetic work in this book is eclectic, touching many areas of life. Its about the seen and the unseen, about awakening humanity to see that we are all one, all the same yet different, all adding our own color and texture to this life, that we are all there in this life together, no one greater than the other, that we are all looking for our own true greatness and that we live in that light with some element of light heartedness and love.
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