The Cry of The Ravven

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Curious Corvid Publishing, May 3, 2022 - Poetry - 264 pages
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In the beginning, the world was bathed in an eternal darkness filled with terrible monsters and savage deaths. The birth of the first day arrived on the back of a fearless white raven who had dared to steal the sun and drag it closer to the earth. But the sun came with a price and the white raven was burned black by the salvation she so desperately flew for.


Taking the story of the white raven, The Cry of The Ravven sheds light on the process of stealing our own suns - working through our traumas in search of a better life. Ravven White writes about her journey from the rawness of a broken heart - healing takes time, healing can hurt, but it doesn't mean it can't be done or that you are alone. Ravven offers you a piece of her sun in hopes that you will find the way to yours. Do you hear her cry? Perhaps it is your own...


"Vulnerability at its finest! Ravven White's poetry tenderizes the outcries on the suffering and struggles of the inner-self. The dark poetess's raw, natural, and authentic voice will awe and render audiences to reflect upon the trauma, transformation, and rebirth of human nature and its condition."

- David Grinnell author of Ashes



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About the author (2022)

Ravven White is a gothic poet and novelist specializing in love, grief & growth, and her beloved darklings. She dabbles in mystery and magic and spends most of her nights reading books or scribbling crazed stories from her pen. The founder of Curious Corvid Publishing, Ravven has a special love for the odd and the unusual and is deeply passionate about indie publishing and fair representation. Ravven lives in a castle by the sea with her husband, daughter, and their two hellhounds. You can usually sense her arrival by a curious flapping of wings.

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