Harvest, While the Orchard Is Aplenty: Book of Poems

Front Cover
PublishAmerica, May 1, 2006 - Poetry - 116 pages
0 Reviews
Harvest While the Orchard Is Aplenty is a wonderfully diverse, and entertaining, yet sophisticated collection of poetry ranging from fanciful, humorous poems, to ones inspired by jet travel to the sunny Florida Keys and Miamias South Beach. Expressions of love and loss in relationships and on the tragic events of September 11, 2001 are also included. This collection represents the best poems taken from four individual collections written over the past ten years and are here assembled for your reading enjoyment. These little jewels have emerged spontaneously and have been written with the excitement of worldly and holy inspiration and the dedication and devotion of human perspiration needed to share my talents with Godas people the world over. As we are people of the light, letas let our lights shine and rejoice in Godas blessings, gifts and the bounteous harvest from his orchards on land and in the sea. As each of our liveas dramas unfold, the pain and the joy woven through us becomes ever present. These poems shine light into the dark corners of our humanity, helping us to live one step closer to ourselves, to each other and to God. aOlympia Fiedler

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Bibliographic information