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Inhaltsangabe: In the White Lily you are met by a panoply of voices mourning death, ululating loneliness, apostrophes to absent loves, memoirs of desire and despair, celebrations of beauty. To read them?or more accurately, to hear them?we submit ourselves to experiences we could access no other way. Like visions of melting glaciers, what follows are vanishing emotional landscapes. They will never be seen again. They are memories, desires, wounds?each one inimitable. No sourcerer can conjure them back into existence. If raising them from the dead were possible, it would be the loss of beauty and not the beauty of loss. Perhaps the partial, imperfect reconstruction of a missing love or desire via poetry is what transforms despair. The object of love is no more; its impressions are what remain in us. And for that, the poet alone holds the mirror to the unseen to make meaningful the forgotten. That poetry is imaginative, metaphoric, and artful is a partially told story. These define it literally, hardly fitting for the medium?they seem to describe the pursuit as a kind of falsehood. Yet in its most earnest and open strains, poetry abandons convention for authenticity of spirit, form for substance, and collective norms for the norms of the self. It is sometimes more honest than fact. To read poetry then, we divest ourselves momentarily of our own realities, returning to them as from Alice?s looking glass. What we encountered on the other side of the mirror has directly no bearing on our world, and indirectly, every bearing imaginable. I for one feel enriched to read the words of Austin Sarles, and grateful to have the opportunity of introducing them. They are powerful, heartfelt, and necessary. In an age of increasingly unmet eyes, unheard voices, unread faces, untold stories, and undernourished souls, volumes such as these become invaluable. They remind us of an enduring human essence in the face of a rapidly changing human portrait. Austin?s words are as timeless as they are modern. As beautiful as they are passing. As honest as they are crafted. This is one face looking outward, offering a white lily. Not to preach or teach or destroy, but to remember, to reflect on innocence, to yearn. Your eyes may meet the gaze of humanity. ?...if they did meet, your pretence would fall off you like an ill-fitting robe and you would be forced to live in my existence.? -Raanan Robertson

Über den Autor: Austin Sarles was born in Dallas, Texas to Gary and Angie Sarles. He writes short fiction and poetry typically about innocence, loss, and resurrection, although he also frequently likes to play with the fluidity of memory. He considers his greatest inspirations to be Oscar Wilde, William Butler Yeats, and John Banville, among other prominent Irish authors and poets. He hopes to be thought of as an elegiac poet and often worries his subtlety is lost on readers. Read with a careful eye, and open your mind to more than one interpretation of his works. He often jokes he intentionally writes multiple interpretations into his poetry to confuse his readers. Discover how many you can not only find, but connect with. Feel his pain as he writes and try to take over from him ?the burden of mourning.? ~ You can find a collection of Austin?s works online at: www.lineswithrhymes.com/author/asarles

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Buchbeschreibung CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 118 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.3in.In the White Lily you are met by a panoply of voices mourning death, ululating loneliness, apostrophes to absent loves, memoirs of desire and despair, celebrations of beauty. To read themor more accurately, to hear themwe submit ourselves to experiences we could access no other way. Like visions of melting glaciers, what follows are vanishing emotional landscapes. They will never be seen again. They are memories, desires, woundseach one inimitable. No sourcerer can conjure them back into existence. If raising them from the dead were possible, it would be the loss of beauty and not the beauty of loss. Perhaps the partial, imperfect reconstruction of a missing love or desire via poetry is what transforms despair. The object of love is no more; its impressions are what remain in us. And for that, the poet alone holds the mirror to the unseen to make meaningful the forgotten. That poetry is imaginative, metaphoric, and artful is a partially told story. These define it literally, hardly fitting for the mediumthey seem to describe the pursuit as a kind of falsehood. Yet in its most earnest and open strains, poetry abandons convention for authenticity of spirit, form for substance, and collective norms for the norms of the self. It is sometimes more honest than fact. To read poetry then, we divest ourselves momentarily of our own realities, returning to them as from Alices looking glass. What we encountered on the other side of the mirror has directly no bearing on our world, and indirectly, every bearing imaginable. I for one feel enriched to read the words of Austin Sarles, and grateful to have the opportunity of introducing them. They are powerful, heartfelt, and necessary. In an age of increasingly unmet eyes, unheard voices, unread faces, untold stories, and undernourished souls, volumes such as these become invaluable. They remind us of an enduring human essence in the face of a rapidly changing human portrait. Austins words are as timeless as they are modern. As beautiful as they are passing. As honest as they are crafted. This is one face looking outward, offering a white lily. Not to preach or teach or destroy, but to remember, to reflect on innocence, to yearn. Your eyes may meet the gaze of humanity. . . . if they did meet, your pretence would fall off you like an ill-fitting robe and you would be forced to live in my existence. -Raanan Robertson This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781499710236

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