Goggleswalli

Goggleswalli

Goggleswalli, the girl in the sunglasses,
Tell me your name,
O, Goggleswalli, the girl in the sunglasses
Looking like a heroine,
A cine star!

Gogggleswalli, what your name,
Where your home,
Before you go away tell me about
Your whereabouts?

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INTROSPECTION

INTROSPECTION

WATCH THIS VIDEO!!! A Video Presentation of the pages of the book.

Kim van Breda is a writer who has to her credit three books of exquisite poems published earlier. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and used to live in Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa. Presently she resides in Dallas, Texas, USA.

A collection of poems with FULL COLOR IMAGING including a variety of themes, emotions, and personal “Introspection” inspired by people, events and life experiences that teach us and mould us. INTROSPECTION is now available at the link below:

http://www.blurb.com/b/6923931-introspection

Two music tracks have been used in this video presentation. Due appreciation, gratitude and credit is acknowledged for the same.
Background Music Score Credits:

1) Carlos Santana – EUROPA (en vivo) – (Ricardo Hernandez Cuevas) –
http://youtu.be/TCAeDIF2svc?list=RDJIZhh5LIE3U

2) Armik Tango Flamenco – MrTheNaw –
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A collection of poems with FULL COLOR IMAGING including a variety of themes, emotions, and personal “Introspection” inspired by people, events and life experiences that teach us and mould us.

THE PRINT VERSION of the book INTROSPECTION in FULL COLOUR was set for release in September/ October, 2015.

INTROSPECTION is now available at the link below:

http://www.blurb.com/b/6923931-introspection

Kim van Breda can be contacted by email at:
[email protected]

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Affection Never Dies

Affection Never Dies

COVER PAGE Affection Never DiesThis book is a description of two major themes, the first is animal trafficking around the globe and the second is the nature’s gifts to those, who has no occupation to find out! This book’s major observation to manifest the challenge in between the two different ideologies- the means of survival and the complexity of the state. It’s a battle of a young adopted child moony, who likes to help nature, eventually he didn’t know the means of the social behaviour, but he wants to work out with the society and he succeeds somehow to find out the real source of protecting the animals from the global trading resources as well.

Genre: Fiction or Novels, Pages: 195, Binding: Paperback, ISBN: 978-93-84333-63-8

 

I had placed an order and just received this book. Looking forward to a relaxed weekend in the company of this interesting and informative write…..

AFFECTION NEVER DIES

Vijay Vaghela

 

 

 

 

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Of The Rain

Of The Rain

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This rain…
This rain entails of a story
Belonging to a lonesome man lost to his own shadow
Whereas he had been blinded by himself
With the entrusted sheen of his own light

So when the thunder would sound
His heart would skip a beat
Allowing lighting to surge throughout his body some what freely

Therefore, unto these dark clouds would he remain as a jolt of wonder
As well as a stone to these heavy winds
And Like a God would he stand tall towards this ill-fated storm

He would walked amidst this downpour as if
The holy waters that fell from the heavens were apart of his soul

And of a demon he would seem to some
Because within this raging undying torrent
He would sit as its indestructible heart

The crucified crux known as the devil’s monsoon…

Yet underneath the broken tears that fall from the sky
Together beneath the elegant silver enchanted moon
This rain…
This rain would flood the man with an everlasting ambition

In light of his own shadow
That any storm would be nothing, but a manifestation of the tears he had held within
So…
As long as he innerly cried, so long would any storm seem as such

…Hope is what the rain brings to the man
For you see
In time even the rain would eventually come to its end

~ Paradise’s Poet ~

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Hardy, How Could You Choose A Younger Girl As Your Second Love?

Hardy, How Could You Choose A Younger Girl As Your Second Love?

Hardy (1840-1928),
Thomas Hardy,
How could you choose
A much younger girl
As your second wife
After the death of Emma Lavinia Gifford in 1912?

You married Florence Dugdale (1879-1937)
In 1914,
Almost forty years younger than you,
Making her sacrifice for you,
Hardy,
Could your fame be a substitute for?

Are you not yourself
The Mayor of Casterbridge
Who sold his beautiful wife
In a fit of drunkenness,
Aren’t you yourself?

Whose a pair of blue eyes
Paint you
In your novel,
Say you,
Thomas Hardy,
Were you not a drinker,
A woman-seller?

Hardy, I do not know it
If you were the right man
To talk of public morality,
Were you not mistaken in completely
In dictating and holding closely?

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