Riding The Tide

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Reading level: 18.00+ years Paperback: 94 pages Publisher: Global Fraternity of Poets; First Edition edition (2017) Language: Middle English ISBN-10: 9383755377 ISBN-13: 978-9383755370 Product Dimensions: 21 x 13.5 x 0.3 cm
In this collection of poems Ashok Bhargava reveals a world of light & peace and welcomes the reader into a fresh understanding about the meaning of life. He calls this time his “sowing season [where] stones sprout seeds” of new insights and hope. Each poem “whispers the secrets of living” reminding the reader to wake-up to all creation where the past and future can be revealed. He expresses in his poems how time spent with others and moments alone can be a source of contentment in life's journey. I am inspired by his vigorous efforts to recount this part of his journey as a poet and visionary. Carla Shafer Poet and editor, Co-founder World Peace Poets and President of Chuckanut Sandstone Writers Theater ------------------------------------------------------------- During his clawing chemotherapy treatment, Ashok Bhargava has created a beautiful, caring poetry: a silken thread for surviving cancer. His gentle short lines in a Rumi-style carry much wisdom. “Even waves lift me up / When I am about to drown.” With honesty and compassion, he shares his talks with God, showing us how to face our fears, amid felt pain, like “a hooked fish”. Even in his dark, sleepless nights, his faith allowed him to sense God's hand nearby, so Ashok felt gratitude for the lessons of the seasons as he waits for warm spring light that he knows will arrive. Give this book as December gift to your loved ones! Bernice Lever Poet and Teacher Life member for the League of Canadian Poets & Canadian Authors Society ------------------------------------------------------------- Ashok Bhargava's poetry reveals that a seed that cherishes to blossom has to decay first and the dawn that shines brightly is born out of the darkness of night. He weaves his words into vivacity to show that we the ordinary human beings are connected to the great almighty God. Madan Gandhi Yayati Mystic Poet and Philosopher

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