ODE TO LEPRECHAUNS: Passage From Tibet To Ireland

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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 7, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 107 pages
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Since Carol-la’s first book, Ode to Peanut M&M’s, Carol-la continues to meander through the ruins of her memories and it is a bittersweet surrender. At times, Tibet is fresh and untouched by forgetfulness. A recent trip to Ireland was beckoned by a leprechaun, who met Carol-la on a Sky Burial site in Tibet, before she met Tsedor-la. Her poetry writing is her means to pursue the unknown and make it visible. She speaks of her path between the veil of living and dying and transcending grief. Her book is a legacy of who she is today.
 

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Contents

Dedication
9
In Memory
19
Acknowledgments
21
I Ask
23
I Want
24
Occasionally
25
Ship of Grief
26
Acceptance
27
After a Guinness
65
Crac
66
Necessary
67
The Potato People
68
Natures Paint Box
69
Ageing
70
Soul Enemy
71
Common Ground
72

From Tibet to Ireland a Bittersweet Passage
28
Dismembered Marriage
29
BLIND SPOT
30
A Reason
31
Flutterfly
32
TsedorLa
33
Food for My Soul
34
The Onion and ReUnion of My Soul
36
My Wish
37
Dont Worry    Be Happy
38
Sorrow Revisits
39
The House of Things
40
Labor Pains
41
Bound Soul
42
Quite Frightening
44
Now
45
Sometimes
46
Again
47
Cloak and Dagger
48
My Mind
51
Without
52
Ring of Kerry
53
Dingle Bay
54
Plenty of Fish
55
A Feast
56
What was Seen
57
Believe It or Not
58
What Lies Below
59
PeekABoo
60
A Conversation    Huh?
61
Group Chatter
62
Ancient Shadows
63
Footprints
64
Fences 1
73
Fences 2
74
Patchwork Quilt
75
She Had   
76
Realm of Fairies
77
Bah Bah Black Sheep
78
The Leprechauns Made Me Do It
79
Witness
80
On the Edge
81
Life Responds
82
My Orbit
83
Limerick 1
84
Limerick 2
85
Flight
86
Rain
87
Celtic World
88
Primal
89
Lunarscape
90
Storytelling
91
Season of Mists
92
Belonging
93
Dublin
94
Appraisal
95
HardCore
96
On the Plane
97
Ruminations
98
Dry
99
I Ponder
101
A Moment
102
Stoop
103
Under Siege
105
Silver and Gold
106
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