Saturday, March 25, 2017

Confessions of a Pentecostal Buddhist --by Daniel Edward Moore


48 pages
5 Stars

I expected, well, I don't know what I expected. Perhaps poems similar to those of Basho, or Thich Nhat Hanh. These aren't those!

"When the body goes on safari from the mind," the first line of his first poem, Abduction By Ponder. That line alone tells you that you are in for a treat, and a trip (or safari) through places you probably do not know exist.

These are poems of life, of love, of loss, and of great beauty. They are well worth your investment in money, and most assuredly, in time. These poems need to be read, pondered, and re-read.

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