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Gaia is the name of the Earth Spirit. Allow yourself the time and pleasure of digesting the deep and profound meanings contained in this well-written book of poetry, composed in the author's inimitable style. lIt covers aspects of reincarnation, pollution and environmental problems, as well as the plight of the American Indians and other tribes.

Published: Graham S McKean on
ISBN: 9781466195134
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