Calm in the Moment: A Book of Lyrics To Ease The Soul As We Grow

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Author House, Sep 5, 2012 - Poetry - 368 pages
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Calm in the Moment is Romanian author Alexandru Sota’s 2nd published work and is comprised of verses written from 2010-2012. Sota writes spoken word and short flowing narratives that focus around the concept of change and the goal of experiencing happiness in life by placing importance on simple human elements in a language all readers can understand. Sota progressively paints a vivid portrait using social commentaries as his expressive writing drifts through many different emotions by focusing on the need of bridging the past and future without losing our precious calm in the moment... (What the world needs now). Serving as a mentor and sports coach in his community on two different continents over the years, Sota has become a voice for his generation providing useful wisdom for today’s youth. Through urban poetry he urges positive sustainability for children coming up in the world.
 

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Contents

Be Free
1
Voice
8
Ready Or Not Life
11
When I Look Outside
17
City Life
23
Lies Manipulation Junk Food
29
Ease Your Soul
36
Phathers
43
No Romance
200
You Can Be My Girl
203
Trust In Your Eyes
207
The Days At The Field
215
Few Words Spoken
219
Sun Shining
221
Played It Well
223
Free Flowing
225

Break My Hurt
47
Calm In The Moment
50
Real
56
Sweet Tear
62
Thoughts At Midnight
68
I Wish I Knew You
73
A Lot To Learn
75
Crisis
79
The Quickie Mutiny
84
We Belong To Money
89
Freedom Song
98
Unauthorized Heroes
103
Last Wind
109
Now That She Gone
115
Gipsy Girl
119
Love That You Love
122
Mama Africa
126
In The Morning
128
El Guitarrista
132
Is It Coming?
134
Let It Go Part 2
138
La Bomba
141
Take Your Time
144
Still You
148
Memory Lane
153
My Achilles
162
Miss
166
OMG
173
Sensation
177
That Great Feeling
179
Say Goodbye To Love Tonight
184
Wayside
187
Bite My Tongue
190
Yo
194
Internet Girl
198
Pivot
228
For The Love Of Fotbal My Game
231
Invincible
236
The Actor
239
Immigrant Language the elusive American Dream
241
It Was Always Meant To Be This Way We Just Didnt Know It
244
Talk You Down
251
For Pops
254
In This World Power To Smile
258
Train To Timisoara
261
Telenovela
272
The Past all over again
277
Soulful Letter
280
Feed The World
285
Life As We Know It
289
The Up side of down
290
Soaring by
294
Butterfly
296
Civil Unrest
297
Around The World the people say
303
People Only Care About Themselves
307
Viata E O Poezie
309
Doua Inimi
315
Remembering She The Way We Used to Be
317
Carlos Its You
322
Mama
328
Enough
330
My Life in Color A Childrens Story
332
Romanian Child
335
Died Young
337
Wanderer
339
Outrohopes of 1 day
340
Thank You
345
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“Alex Sota is a writer true to his words, beliefs, and character. Genuine human emotion is emitted out as a gift to the masses in a world that no longer holds those values as the bench mark for everyday life.” – WG “Mr. Alexandru Sota is a passionate writer who is fueled by his love for reaching audiences, and inspiring and educating young minds, so as to make a difference in their lives. He is among few authors of his generation with the capability of channeling his artistic creativity into a unique, honest, and inspiring medium which illustrates the intensities of human emotions and life experiences that all readers can relate to as part of the human condition. Whether through his moving poetry or writing, he is sure to evoke strong emotions.” – CN “Alex Sota is a poet with true soul and wit.” – NM “Alex Sota has a way of speaking to the everyday person in a clear and deliberate way. In this ever-changing world, his voice challenges the reader to not only acknowledge these changes, but to embrace them and all of the apparent and distorted beauties of life, whether we want to or not. He clearly understands that the only constant in life is change and delivers this message to the reader, in a succinct way.” – DD “Sota can write for days…” – CLCH

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