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The Chinese Tang Dynasty Poet, Wen Tingyun is a book his complete poems, with an introduction to Tang Poet Wei Yingwu, by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward, with poems inspired by and homages given. A delight for the reader; in alphabetical order with many Shape and Concrete poems included. Kimo poems and a few illustrations within this Historical Poetry book.
Chinese Tang Dynasty Poets, such as Li Bai, Wang Wei, Du Fu, Meng Haoran, Cao Cao, Qiwu Qian, Cen Can, Wang Jian, Pei Di, Lu Lun, Liu Changqing, Li Qi, Mu Mu, Du Mu, Xue Feng, Wen Tingyun, Wei Yingwu, Liu Juxi, Po Chu-I, Lo Bingwing, and 460 responsive poems by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward. In alphabetical order for an easy read.
Du Fu, Chinese Poet, with Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward paying an Homage to with her responses to his poetry. A dozen illustrations by the poet are within this charming book, first in a series, with her paying an homage to Li Bai, Wang Wei, Li He, or Ho, Po Chu-I, Tang: An Homage to, and perhaps a few others; NOT A TRANSLATION, but poems inspired by, or paying an homage to by an American Woman Poet. One chapter dedicated to the exquisite translations of Florence Wheelock Ayscough McNair.
Native American Indian Sayings and Quotes, with illustrations intermingled amidst original pieces of Poetry and Prose by Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate. Excerpts from the author's Living Legend Series, with her honoring Dr. Maya Angelo, Chief Wilma Mankiller, and Song Writer and Singer, Ms. Loretta Lynn; the book is alphabetized for an easier read. An enjoyable book for all ages.
Revised Edition with Illustrations by the author; thought provoking and inspirational poetry, prose, and quotes from the Holy Bible, arranged in alphabetical order.Tribute poems to Hillary Clinton, and Barbara Bush.
An Homage to Sylvia Plath is a First Edition, revised from the original: Sylvia Plath: An Homage to, with 10 illustrations added. Dedicated to, inspired by, or an homage being paid to Sylvia Plath by Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward.
2 dozen illustrations within This Second (Revised) Edition, giving an homage to English Clergy and Poet, John Donne. Born sometime early in 1572. Large print, alphabetized for an easy and enjoyable read.
149 pages of poetry by Poet Laureate, and Multimedia Artist, Jean Elizabeth Ward, paying An Homage To Edgar Allan Poe, with quotes amd illustrations interminled amidst a easy to read First Edition, wonderful book for an introduction into the poetry of both Poe and Ward.
Chinese Memories is a collection of poems by Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward. In alphabetical order for an easy read. Each and every poem is either an homage to or one inspired by reading a poem by a Chinese Poet from the High Tang Dynasty. She says, the difference is My poems are not written in stone, they can be changed as time passes along.
Many illustrations/pictures within this charming First Edition, with Poet Laureate Jean Elizabeth Ward, paying an homage to Chinese Poet, Li Bai, with the original chinese, translations, and poetry inspired by Li Bai. One of five books giving homages to Du Fu, Li Bai, Li Ho, and Wang Wei, and Tang: An Homage to. This book is not intended as a literal translation, it is paying an Homage to.
Several illustrations within My Months As A Man, written by a woman after she decided to write poetry and post it on an international web site as an elderly man, to see if her work would received positive remarks, where her work as a woman did not. Was the poetry better, or was it perceived better just because she was thought to be a man. She says, It's still a man's world.
This illustrated edition of ELVIS: THE FAIRY TALE consists of poems written over the years, by Jean Elizabeth Ward; in this Revised Edition you will find quotes, and excerpts adapted for the reader from famous 17th. century poets such as John Donne and Alexander Pope, and Elvis Presley. An easy read, with facts within: ELVIS: THE FAIRY TALE is a must for lovers of everything Elvis.
2007 revision of the author's original 2006 book about Love, Loss, Divorce, Remarriage, Love and Loss again and several examples given. Prose and Japanese Senryu Poems worked into this book. A final chapter of Disfunctional poems, written by Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward, with a desire only that the reader may in some way relate, as we all are children of God with all of our mistakes; hopefully to learn from them, as life is a learning process. Remember: Divorce is a damned rotten shame: forgive and begin again as Love Covereth
This revised edition is the story of a man who fell in love with Galveston Island, married, and began a family before the Hurricane of 1900 destroyed not only his family but the island. It is told from his point of view, in prose and poetry intermingled amidst historical facts as Poet Laureate Jean Elizabeth Ward so loves to do. With a final chapter in alphabetical order.
A few illustrations within this Revised Edition of: Seabrook, Texas, within a garden. A collection of poems, ballads, quotes, and prose about Seabrook, Texas, and the surrounding area near Houston, Texas, with garden poetry worked through out the book. An additional chapter has been added, and alphabetized for an easy read. There is also a bit of history in this versified book, with many different styles of poetry as well. A nice gift for anyone who likes poems about the sea, or garden poems.