The world is hard up for the simple things that abound in nature We long for what nature can reveal, the essential truths that connect us to the core of life itself Following the spiritual philosophy of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico, who have been her teachers for over thirty years, Nancy Wood shares her awareness and appreciation of the complex, magical world around us These poems and meditations, following the Twelve Great Paths of the Moon, reveal old, enduring truths that may help each of us on our journey....
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Dancing Moons Reviews
Natural spirit-filled poetry accompanied by stunning colourful artworks.
This book was a gift to my daughter.
Beautifully written, beautifully illustrated!
very nice poetry
Perfect condition. And arrived on time. Very happy with it.
Both the poetry and the paintings in this book are exceptional. I appreciate the work of both these fine artists.
I have never quite understood why Nancy Wood's poetry collections are classified as "young adult". Her deep wisdom and clarity are more likely to be more fully appreciated by adults. This is a wonderful gift book for transitions times: graduations, marriage, death of a loved one, etc. Her poems are liking looking deep into a Medicine Lake where one sees the very fabric of life and all the its intricate connections. Frank Howell's paintings will fill you with awe and haunt your dreams.