Waves

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iUniverse, Feb 1, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 148 pages
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In Waves, a collection of poetry, author J. Alex Flores brings words to life-in verse that will both delight and comfort your soul.

Flores' poetry explores the sandy shore-integrating the forces of nature with rhythm and deep thought that encourage you to glimpse into your own uniqueness. With such words as "Hang on to yourself, grab hold of all that you were meant to be, open your heart and mind, look what your soul has to see," Flores will inspire you to hang on to the good thoughts and invite the world to smile along with you. Other verse describes the passion of loving someone you barely know-"how can it be that my heart aches and the desire burns my soul, you the someone so far out of reach whose name I don't even know?" With poetry about truth and lies, unconditional and unrequited love, pain and passion, Flores' verse will help you discover the truths in your own life.

Waves will stir souls of all ages with words that wash over you like water, filling voids and bathing you with introspective thoughts and feelings.

 

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Contents

Waves
1
And Its Strange
14
Secret
25
Caged
39
Clearer Than Venus on a Moonless Night
53
Wasting Time
58
Me Myself and I
71
You Are Love
84
Welcome the Seasons
88
Basic
101
Oh Look at What Youve Done
114
Out of Reach
118
Dont Lie to Me
131
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