The Witness of Pebbles: Poems and Portrayals

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G. Ronald, 1981 - Poetry - 217 pages
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This new volume of poems and prose portrays both known and unidentified Baha'is and is full of the high spirit and idealism of of the Baha'i revelation.

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Roger White is another friend unmet from my 8 decades of world citizenry. I won't bore you with details of our correspondence that ended only with his untimely death in April of 1993, but will jot a few lines about the power and beauty of his writ. No doubt he would shrug and ascribe it to the source of all knowledge, I.E. the Creator and His chosen Mouthpiece for this age. Or perhaps not. He did not mind tooting his own horn from time to time, after all, who knew his melody better, eh?
I also recognize and have had the pleasure, joy and inspiration of interacting with more than a few of those captured by his pen and perception from every least pebble, warmed and limned by the Sun, to those blessed with knowledge of the Manifestation of God for this day, Baha'u'llah, such as the wife of the Guardian of the Faith, Amatu'l-Baha, Ruhiyyih Khanum, nee Mary Maxwell, or a line of unnamed martyr's, their brightly colored garments a billowing flag shredded by bullets from the muskets of the Shah's army. There are tears here and heart-warming tales, each and every one from the poet's heart to ours. 5 stars seems a pantheon too few.
 

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