Book: Moon Above My World - before grapes become wine by Alan C. Flemingcategories: Book, Camino de Santiago, Love, Romance, Spirituality, Aging, Seniors, Life, Journey, Innerbeing, Heartbreak, Relationships, Poetry
Alan C. Flemingabout this book: To understand peace, love and happiness, one has to live for it.
While walking on The Camino de Santiago de Compostela, I became inspired to write. With a rusty heart from life's blisters and bruises, I began to realize just how important it is to be one's own best friend. Much of my poetry happens in isolation as internal dialogue where both my heart and soul interact. It is from deep within at origin of tears where words emerge before leaping forward to become ways with poetry.
One reviewer wrote: "Alan C. Fleming has crafted Old School, New School and No School with near perfection, enough to inspire new followers of poetry."
I enjoy writing as an exploration of perspectives. I believe energy forces never stop interacting within the psyche of a person. As poet I can play on both sides of perspective. As artist I am able to paint different scenarios using creative imagination. We are all carpenters of journey, each of us building stairways to next levels of understanding.
Sentiments become important factors when harvesting outlook. I stay with premise, happiness is found, not waited for.
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