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Author: Mary Susannah Robbins
A collection of poems written during the author's years at Vassar.
Mary S. Robbins holds a weighted soul and I am blessed to have been privileged enough to have passed her by and smelled her holy scent! I am humbled and amazed of her gift to quicken to life her soul into a real living and breathing 'real'...THANK YOU MARY!
This reminds me of Whitman in its vivid grounding to nature. Loved it.
These prose sketches and stories are a swirling kaleidoscope of memory and fantasy, in which the most concrete and telling details of everyday experience swir...
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A collection of poetry written over the course of a few years. Along the theme of God and husband, this poetry attempts to describe the conflict between relig...
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This Book approximately has 1.15 million words, is of 4417 pages in the Microsoft Word Document Format and has a Print Length of 5254 pages, on the Amazon Kin...
Longest Poem written by Parekh contains a Herculean, 7389 words, 46257 characters. Composed in his own inimitable style and with stupendous intensity all thro...
This compilation of natural poems is a tribute to infinite elements of Mother Nature in its most glorious form. Each poetic stanza brings out the eternal beau...