Where the Four Winds Dwell

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AuthorHouse, Aug 12, 2010 - Literary Collections - 196 pages
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Seppie began writing seven years ago- full of angst, confusion and deep thoughts. Inspired throughout the years by a tumultuous life and brought to writing out of influence from such artists of greatness as T.S. Eliot and Walt Whitman to the Grateful Dead and Anti-Flag, she discusses every topic of thought such as politics, religion, the supernatural, nature, the mind and simply writing itself. Seppie has compiled quite a musing and superlative collection of poetry during her young life. Through depression, happiness, second-hand insanity, poverty, contentment, drug-induced fantasies and much more- the author shows to us the kind of road one must travel to finally reach that place Where the Four Winds Dwell.

 

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Contents

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7
The Worlds Truths 2005
22
At Night 2005
35
Newest Presence 2005
50
Man Sells His Soul 2005
57
Time Moves On 2006
64
A Kind Reverie 2006
71
Is It A Wonderland? 2006
78
Springtime Night Rain 2006
96
Every Time I Die 2006
102
Abbreviated Circumstances 2007
108
In Hopes You Treat the Future Well 2007
115
MarcoPolo 2007
120
Shapers of the World 2009
133
To A Stranger 2010
146
About the Author
169

Stars 2006
84
Germination 2006
90

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About the author (2010)

Seppie has been described by others as a hippie and a gypsy. She currently lives in the Canadian prairies with a lovely family, her cat Murn, and two rabbits. She spends her spare time leisurely and revels in creating art, writing, gardening, cooking, sew

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