Tzimtzum: 5 contemporary poets lends us their hearts is an anthology of elemental voices, of musings and personal explorations that speak in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th person perspectives concomitant with our emerging self. Speaking in tones that are ancient in wisdom and fresh in narrative, these five writers form the rays of a star that shines within the initiated, within those of us who perceive...
Paperback: 244 pages
Publisher: Mercury HeartLink (July 21, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 5194314
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Good solid poetry by all the writers, Tani Arness is a personal favorite. I really am somewhere between "like it" and "love it", like 4.5 stars. Also, I think that over the years I've read so much poetry that I do not get wowed as much as when I wa...
reatness and our smallness and who will not settle for false assumptions. From San Miguel de Allende, Mexico to St. Paul, Minnesota and from the American Southwest, both rural and urban, each author has contributed a score of poems and included their own introduction, giving the reader an opportunity to befriend the poet and settle into their craft and high art. Included here are the works of aaron a. abeyta, Tani Arness, Richard Broderick, Judyth Hill and Katherine DiBella Seluja. These writers speak unabashedly of love and of death, and in so doing make invitation to experience our tragedies, deceits and glories as veils, stations and gifts along a journey of miraculous unfoldment. They do the work of poets—they reflect the mysterious wonder and unbelievable fortune of being in a body, on a planet, all together—and knowing it.