Many Chambered Rooms: Discovering the Hiding Places

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AuthorHouse, Nov 11, 2005 - Poetry - 204 pages
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You are invited to browse pages of poetry and delve into the heart and soul of the poet as she pares down the journal passages that chased after truth, hope and peace in search of ways to rejuvenate faith and express love. Some of the poem-making cries out for ways to communicate with a schezophrenic son; some wander the dark passages of dementia with her mother; some celebrates faith and rejoices with love in the midst of altered dreams and shuttered windows of the soul..  Included are exercises to begin a journey of discovery with journal-keeping and poem-making the mode of transportation into your soul.

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About the author (2005)

Maureen Williams is a storyteller whose art is poetry and whose passon is life. Poem-making flows from her journal entries as she searches for ways to move beyond crisis and brokenness.Her poetry reflects a desire to move through and beyond the pain and discover new growth in the midst of it. We all have an innate creativity that needs to be recognized and named.  She leads workshops and seminars on keeping a journal and writing poetry for Grief and the Arts Training Experience [GATE] in Omaha, NE.

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