Twenty Poems to Nourish Your Soul Book

Twenty Poems to Nourish Your Soul


  • Author : Judith Valente
  • Publisher : Loyola Press
  • Date : 2005-10-09
  • Category : Poetry
  • Pages : 216
  • ISBN : 9780829418699

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This extraordinary celebration of the poet's craft opens the attentive reader's heart to the world of the spirit. Author/compilers Judith Valente and Charles Reynard, noted poets themselves, share elected poems that probe the classic themes of the spiritual life.

TriQuarterly 130 Book

TriQuarterly 130


  • Author : Susan Hahn
  • Publisher : Northwestern University Press
  • Date : 2008-04
  • Category : Literary Collections
  • Pages : 256
  • ISBN : 9780810159297

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David Kirby Charles Baxter David H. Lynn Marie Myung-Ok Lee Barbara Hamby Mary Morris Debora Greger Reginald Shepherd Amit Majmudar Page Hill Starzinger Ricardo Pau-Llosa Julianna Baggott G.E. Murray Patrice de La Tour du Pin--translated from the French by Jennifer Grotz R.T. Smith Rebecca Rasmussen Steven A. Dabrowski Celeste Ng Nancy Eimers Chard deNiord Laura Kasischke Derek Mong Judith Valente Debra Nystrom John J. Clayton Erika Dreifus David Wagoner Charlie Smith Pimone Triplett Megan Harlan Jonathan Fink Corey Marks Anne Harding Woodwortth

City of the Big Shoulders Book

City of the Big Shoulders


  • Author : Ryan G. Van Cleave
  • Publisher : University of Iowa Press
  • Date : 2012-04
  • Category : Poetry
  • Pages : 174
  • ISBN : 9781609380908

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Chicago has served as touchstone and muse to generations of writers and artists defined by their relationship to the city’s history, lore, inhabitants, landmarks, joys and sorrows, pride and shame. The poetic conversations inspired by Chicago have long been a vital part of America’s literary landscape, from Carl Sandburg and Gwendolyn Brooks to experimental writers and today’s slam poets. The one hundred contributors to this vibrant collection take their materials and their inspirations from the city itself in a way that continues this energetic dialogue. The cultural, ethnic, and aesthetic diversity in this gathering of poems springs from a variety of viewpoints, styles, and voices as multifaceted and energetic as the city itself. Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz: “I want to eat / in a city smart enough to know that if you / are going to have that heart attack, you might / as well have the pleasure of knowing // you’ve really earned it”; Renny Golden: “In the heat of May 1937, my grandfather / sits in the spring grass of an industrial park / with hundreds of striking steelworkers”; Joey Nicoletti: “The wind pulls a muscle / as fans yell the vine off the outfield wall, / mustard-stained shirts, hot dog smiles, and all.” The combined energies of these poems reveal the mystery and beauty that is Second City, the City by the Lake, New Gotham, Paris on the Prairie, the Windy City, the Heart of America, and Sandburg’s iconic City of the Big Shoulders.

Lawyer Poets and that World We Call Law Book

Lawyer Poets and that World We Call Law


  • Author : James R. Elkins
  • Publisher : PBS Publications
  • Date : 2018-03-21
  • Category : Poetry
  • Pages : 241
  • ISBN : 9781545722107

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All of the 40+ poets represented in this anthology either are or have been practicing lawyers and/or judges. Some are now working in academia, but most are still involved in law one way or another. In addition to those listed as authors on the title page of this amazon site, the anthology includes work by Paul Homer, Lawrence Joseph, Kenneth King, John Charles Kleefeld, Richard Krech, Bruce Laxalt, David Leightty, John Levy, Greg McBride, James McKenna, Betsy McKenzie, Joyce Meyers, Jesse Mountjoy, Tim Nolan, Simon Perchik, Carl Reisman, Charles Reynard, Steven M. Richman, Lee Robinson, Kristen Roedell, Barbara B. Rollins, Lawrence Russ, Michael Sowder, Ann Tweedy, Charles Williams, Kathleen Winte, and Warren Wolfson.

Following the Tides to Nourish Your Soul Book

Following the Tides to Nourish Your Soul


  • Author : Charlie Redden
  • Publisher : Xulon Press
  • Date : 2005-05-01
  • Category : Religion
  • Pages : 168
  • ISBN : 9781597810869

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Following the Tides to Nourish Your Soul, will help you to remember that God will see you through any trial or tribulation that you might be faced with.

Faith and the Media Book

Faith and the Media


  • Author : Dennis D. Cali,
  • Publisher : Paulist Press
  • Date : 2010-01-04
  • Category : Religion
  • Pages : 112
  • ISBN : 0809146134

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Inspiring accounts of how professional communicators are guided by faith.

Overextended and Loving Most of It Book
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Overextended and Loving Most of It


  • Author : Lisa Harper
  • Publisher : Thomas Nelson
  • Date : 2013-09-03
  • Category : Religion
  • Pages : 224
  • ISBN : 9780849965296

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Would you consider your life stretched to the limit? Are you a burn-the-candle-at-both-ends kind of gal with lots of room for improvement when it comes to creating margins for rest? But you actually love it and wouldn’t want it any other way? Well, so does Lisa Harper. In her humorous and packed-with-biblical-wisdom way, Lisa shows us that it is possible for a frazzled nature to be glorifying to the Lord. Every late-night conversation with a hurting friend and each precious, adopted child needing a little extra tender loving care—exhausting, yet imperative, ways to be extensions of the gospel. In each of these vignettes illustrating Lisa’s overextended life, we learn that even in the middle of our own pure motives and hectic schedules, it is only by resting in God’s sovereign mercy that we are able to keep risking our hearts to serve his people and fulfill the callings he has placed on us. Real life . . . abundant life . . . godly life is about loving Jesus and the people he allows us to rub shoulders with well—which means some days you’ll be stretched emotionally and physically. You’ll feel overextended. Thankfully God will expand our hearts and calendars to accommodate the calling. He is in the business of supplying us with new mercies every morning . . . new candles to burn, for more lives needing his light.

The Publishers Weekly Book

The Publishers Weekly


  • Author :
  • Publisher :
  • Date : 2005
  • Category : American literature
  • Pages :
  • ISBN : UCSD:31822034363267

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Discovering Moons Book

Discovering Moons


  • Author : Judith Valente
  • Publisher :
  • Date : 2009-01-01
  • Category : Poetry
  • Pages : 80
  • ISBN : 0979882583

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Judith Valente¿s poems are deeply rooted in the everyday world, and yet transport us to a place in the soul, a place that C.S. Lewis once described as ¿the real, real world.¿ She is a poet concerned with those moments that telescope the sacred in the ordinary, offer a clarifying vision of what it means to be human, and remind us we are part of something larger than ourselves. These are love poems to life, whether she is writing about a lunar eclipse, the origin of the alphabet, the art of finding beauty in flaws, or an imagined stroll with William Carlos Williams. The poems contain a keen sense of place. They transport us to a summer parade in rural Illinois, a beach under stars on the island of Maui, a sacred festival in Chiang Mai, a classroom in a Catholic girls school in northern New Jersey. In language that is at once accessible and inventive, these open-handed poems remind us it is a miracle simply to be alive.

Moonrise and Memories Book

Moonrise and Memories


  • Author : Naveneel Kar
  • Publisher : Notion Press
  • Date : 2021-12-13
  • Category : Poetry
  • Pages : 224
  • ISBN : 9781685234119

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Moonrise and Memories is an eclectic collection of modern poems on diverse themes like Life, Friendship, Love, Mindfulness, Nature, and Inspiration. The poems are an expression of my inner journey through life and its magical moments. The poems have a theme of mindfulness and meditativeness running through the compositions. The book wishes to inspire readers to take a stop in their busy lives and reflect on smaller things around us, which seem insignificant and yet, are so meaningful. To live every moment with higher consciousness and awareness. The poems speak of love & nostalgia on one hand and deriving inspiration from life on the other hand. The longer poems tell stories from imaginary days past. The poems on nature are reflections on the wonder of this beautiful world. Moonrise and Memories is your ideal companion to reflect and ruminate on, on a beautiful morning with your chai, or during the monsoon as you watch the rain fall, or on moonlit nights when you watch the full moon and fall in love once again. The poems are nothing special, just outpourings of our own heart put into words by me.

Tri quarterly Book

Tri quarterly


  • Author :
  • Publisher :
  • Date : 2008
  • Category : American literature
  • Pages :
  • ISBN : UCSC:32106019369872

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Sullivan s Judicial Profiles Book

Sullivan s Judicial Profiles


  • Author :
  • Publisher :
  • Date : 2006
  • Category : Judges
  • Pages :
  • ISBN : NWU:35556034686741

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Greek Poems to the Gods Book

Greek Poems to the Gods


  • Author : Barry B. Powell
  • Publisher : Univ of California Press
  • Date : 2022-08-09
  • Category : History
  • Pages : 291
  • ISBN : 9780520391697

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The ancient Greek hymnic tradition translated beautifully and accessibly. The hymn--as poetry, as craft, as a tool for worship and philosophy--was a vital art form throughout antiquity. Although the Homeric Hymns have long been popular, other equally important collections have not been readily accessible to students eager to learn about ancient poetry. In reading hymns, we also gain valuable insight into life in the classical world. In this collection, early Homeric Hymns of uncertain authorship appear along with the carefully wrought hymns of the great Hellenistic poet and courtier Callimachus; the mystical writings attributed to the legendary poet Orpheus, written as Christianity was taking over the ancient world; and finally, the hymns of Proclus, the last great pagan philosopher of antiquity, from the fifth century AD, whose intellectual influence throughout western culture has been profound. Greek Poems to the Gods distills over a thousand years of the ancient Greek hymnic tradition into a single volume. Acclaimed translator Barry B. Powell brings these fabulous texts to life in English, hewing closely to the poetic beauty of the original Greek. His superb introductions and notes give readers essential context, making the hymns as accessible to a beginner approaching them for the first time as to an advanced student continuing to explore their secrets. Brilliant illustrations from ancient art enliven and enrichen the experience of reading these poems.