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Poeme a la mystérieuse

i HAVE BEEN MEANING TO GIVE you this poem for over a year. Last week I was watching a BBC documentary about Surrealist painters, and Robert Desnos was mentioned in passing. The time had come. I will keep this article short because the poetry must take centre stage....

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Tears of a Solitary Parent

I see You on the distant horizon at that line between sea and sky Just can I see You, but only just. Is it You? Above the smoke which separates land and Lord Somewhere You are there. You are, I know. I  will soon have to go, and here I ask Your time The burning,...

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What is God?

  The ineffable. One-liner. Star player when you're deeply in love. Come on, you know it.   Selima Gurtler is a spiritual writer, philosopher, poet and Jnana yogi. Her modern teachings to Self-Realization and Liberation are uniquely flavoured through the perceptive...

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Rivers, Mountains and Stones

EAST END OF LONDON,  JACK THE RIPPER and the Whitechapel murders. The Poor Houses of the 19th century. It is a troubled part of town even today with a high percentage of impoverished ethnic minorities. But - the Rolling Stones. There I was last night at the Olympic...

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