welcome to my world

welcome to my world

Author: gary Trudel

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781039134218

Category: Self-Help

Page: 102

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Welcome to my world. Welcome to my thoughts. Welcome to my visions. So begins Welcome to my world, poems that navigate the author’s search for “the stars, the moon, the ultimate tune,” alongside his road to healing from satanic abuse and drug addiction. Whilst some poems speak of suffering, others are full of joy—celebrating survival, the act of writing, and the sacred connection to Mother Earth, the Four Directions, and to the Creator. An act of prayer and acceptance, they are also an invitation to find humor and enjoy the present moment. Watching the junkie make the play moving and grooving the shuck and jive live a life of constant strife. Thinking, downtown style. No desire for the game doing it clean and serene. Still thinking, downtown style moving and grooving living and loving thinking, downtown style freedom, downtown style living it clean and serene all the way, downtown style.
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