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Table Of Contents

The Poetry
The Wind from Heaven’s Window
Twilight Transitions
The Winter Breeze
Forever My Darling
The Fawn in the Forest
Kansas Morning Star
Susan’s Tenth Symphony
The Death of Sorrow
The Saddest Eyes in Heaven
The saddest eyes in heaven
My Very Special Friend
my very special friend
Soon to be a Traveler
Soon to be a traveler
That Special Feeling
The Awakening Butterfly
Packin’ My Heart
The Young Soldier
No Time for Tomorrow
Why should I, why should I
She’s a Product of Our Love
She’s a product of our love
The Goddess Extraordinaire
I’ll Write You a Song
“The Goddess Extraordinaire”
“I’ll Write You A Song”
“The Winter Breeze”
“Twilight Transitions”
“Forever My Darling”
“The Saddest Eyes in Heaven”
“The Death of Sorrow”
“Susan’s Tenth Symphony”
“The Awakening Butterfly”
“I Remember When”
“Define Yourself”
“Oh My Heart Parody of Achy Breaky Heart”
“Black Moon Over New Orleans”
“Packin My Heart”
“Please Use Words”
“The Young Soldier”
“The Pied Piper”
“The Waco Wacko”
Musings on Life
PORTABLE PARADISE, LIVING IN A STATE OF FREEDOM INTRO
How Emotions Work
Suggestions for an Effective Life
You’ll Feel Good About Yourself According To
Ways to Remain Calm
Acronym on Paradise
Philosophical Insights
“Musings on Life”
“In Case You Would Like to Know”
“You Have the Right to Remain Stupid”
“The Sand Paper Brigade”
“The Kid Inside of You”
“The Letter and the Spirit of the Law”
“A Look at Humor”
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The Wind from Heaven's Window

The Wind from Heaven's Window

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Published by Balboa Press
This collection is a combination of romantic, philosophic, mystical, and spiritual poetry written to warm even the coldest of hearts. They come from a very inspired place that speaks of a great desire to understand ourselves. The elusive butterfly in all of us, that out of its innate curiosity to learn and experience things by necessity, transforms itself. They also speak of the unique place that we all share in the divine tapestry we call life and how we are all intimately connected. The poems reflect on the betrayal and hypocrisy that we all inevitably encounter on our journey through life.

Most importantly, a message of hope and joy runs through them, so that we are always reminded that even in our darkest moments, the light of truth and love has never abandoned us.

The book also shares some of the stories that inspired and motivated some of the poems. They run the gamut, from gut-wrenching tearjerkers to deeply impassioned pleas for universal kindness to the whimsical frolic of a playful little child.

Included is a section titled Musings on Life. These are philosophic perspectives intended to be life lessons for the reader. It’s been said that not all men are masters, but all masters have been men. Along that same line of thinking, the author feels that although not all philosophers are poets, all poets are philosophers.
This collection is a combination of romantic, philosophic, mystical, and spiritual poetry written to warm even the coldest of hearts. They come from a very inspired place that speaks of a great desire to understand ourselves. The elusive butterfly in all of us, that out of its innate curiosity to learn and experience things by necessity, transforms itself. They also speak of the unique place that we all share in the divine tapestry we call life and how we are all intimately connected. The poems reflect on the betrayal and hypocrisy that we all inevitably encounter on our journey through life.

Most importantly, a message of hope and joy runs through them, so that we are always reminded that even in our darkest moments, the light of truth and love has never abandoned us.

The book also shares some of the stories that inspired and motivated some of the poems. They run the gamut, from gut-wrenching tearjerkers to deeply impassioned pleas for universal kindness to the whimsical frolic of a playful little child.

Included is a section titled Musings on Life. These are philosophic perspectives intended to be life lessons for the reader. It’s been said that not all men are masters, but all masters have been men. Along that same line of thinking, the author feels that although not all philosophers are poets, all poets are philosophers.

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