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The Book Of Psalms 2nd Edition

Author : Brian Simmons
ISBN : 9781424558124
Genre : Bibles
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Every emotion of our hearts is reflected in the Psalms with words that express our deepest and strongest feelings. Sighing is turned to singing and trouble into triumph. The Psalms provide comfort and joy, leading us to the place where worship flows. When discouraged or downcast, we can take new strength from reading these uplifting poems. They charge our batteries and fill our sails. Their thunder stirs us, and sweet melodies move us into the sacred emotions of a heart on fire. Dark rain clouds of grief turn to bright rainbows of hope as we meditate on David’s soul-subduing songs. The Psalms are praises placed inside poetry that spill out of a fiery, passionate heart. They free us to become emotional, passionate, sincere worshippers, giving us an expression for faith and worship. The Passion Translation presents these 150 poetic masterpieces in modern English to convey the depth of our longing and fears, joys and celebration, becoming a mirror to the heart of God’s people in our quest to experience God’s presence.
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Psalms Poetry On Fire

Author : Brian Simmons
ISBN : 1424553040
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Every emotion of the heart is reflected in the Psalms with words that express our deepestand strongest feelings. They free us to become emotional, passionate, sincere worshippers, giving us an expression for faith and worship. "The Passion Translation" presents these 150 poetic masterpieces in modern English toconvey the depth of our longings and fears, joys and celebration, becoming a mirror to the heart of God s people in our quest to experience God s presence. Lord, you know all my desires and deepest longings. My tears are liquid words and you can read them all. Psalm 38:9 TPT This illustrated journaling edition has Scripture in a single column and space in the margins for personal reflections and creative artwork. On some pages, you will find beautifully illustrated Scriptures encouraging you to meditate on the Word as you fill the images with the beauty of color."
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Fire In The Soul

Author : Dinyar Godrej
ISBN : 9781906523169
Genre : Poetry
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Presents a collection of poems, including works by such prominent figures as Pablo Neruda and Margaret Atwood as well as authors known only in their homelands, on human rights issues from the Armenian massacres to the present.
Category: Poetry

Poems About Fire

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ISBN : 0237527782
Genre : Children's poetry
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The poems in Fire explore the element's many guises, from the hot sun to fiery volcanoes, from teh legend of Icarus to the Great Fire of London, and from fireworks in the dark night sky to the bright festival candles of Divali.
Category: Children's poetry

Central Heating

Author : Marilyn Singer
ISBN : UOM:39015063197191
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Presents a collection of poems about fire and things that are hot, including birthday candles, chili peppers, and the desert.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Fire Flower

Author : Laura Kasischke
ISBN : 1882295218
Genre : Poetry
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The poems in Fire & Flower are about the images that hold the world together in the mind of a child, a woman, and the mother she becomes. The metaphors used to describe their lives are mysterious and frightening, and they accumulate in this collection as a full expression of the awe that makes us all live.
Category: Poetry

The Fire Of Joy

Author : Clive James
ISBN : 9781529042092
Genre : Poetry
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Clive James read, learned and recited poetry aloud for most of his life. In this book, completed before just before his death, he offers a selection of his favourite poems and a personal commentary on each. In the last months of his life, his vision impaired by surgery and unable to read, Clive James explored the treasure-house of his mind: the poems he knew best, so good that he didn’t just remember them, he found them impossible to forget. The Fire of Joy is the record of this final journey of recollection and celebration. Enthralled by poetry all his life, James knew hundreds of poems by heart. In offering this selection of his favourites, a succession of poems from the sixteenth century to the present, his aim is to inspire you to discover and to learn, and perhaps even to speak poetry aloud. In his highly personal anthology, James offers a commentary on each of the eighty or so poems: sometimes a historical or critical note on the poem or its author, sometimes a technical point about the poem’s construction from someone who was himself a poet, sometimes a personal anecdote about the role the poem played in his own life. Whether you’re familiar with a poem or not — whether you’re familiar with poetry in general or not — these chatty, unpretentious, often tender mini-essays convey the joy of James’s enthusiasm and the benefit of his knowledge. His urgent wish was to share with a new generation what he himself had loved. This is a book to be read cover to cover or dipped into: either way it generously opens up a world for our delight.
Category: Poetry

Poetry On Fire

Author : Asty
ISBN : 9781483659275
Genre : Poetry
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It is in the tradition of poetry to be elusive, figurative and be of complexity. My book although keeping up with the skillful evasiveness of the old fashion practice, does not pay tribute to the Shakespearean literatures. It is not poetry for the professors nor the scholars with degrees in the art of reading poetry. My poetry in the language of the blue collars is designed to evoke feelings or paint a scene in yet a metaphoric presentation relating to the mundane routine. Unlike the first rate poesy it is in the harmony of street talk, choice of words written in effortless verses, letting flow an idea or a dream. It is of the service I provide to the average man a giving to what beauty is all about. Letting his imagination take flight and bringing it to his day to day life he might be able to see that even if things do not rhyme and his existence seems to be of a blank verse; something in my poetry is there to deepen his thinking, enliven his mind and inspire him to perceive life with a third eye.
Category: Poetry

Teaching With Fire

Author : Sam M. Intrator
ISBN : 9780787969707
Genre : Education
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Teaching with Fire Those of us who care about the young and their education must find ways to remember what teaching and learning are really about. We must find ways to keep our hearts alive as we serve our students. Poetry has the power to keep us vital and focused on what really matters in life and in schooling. Teaching with Fire is a wonderful collection of eighty-eight poems from well-loved poets such as Walt Whitman, Langston Hughes, Billy Collins, Emily Dickinson, and Pablo Neruda. Each of these evocative poems is accompanied by a brief story from a teacher explaining the significance of the poem in his or her life's work. This beautiful book also includes an essay that describes how poetry can be used to grow both personally and professionally. Teaching with Fire was written in partnership with the Center for Courage & Renewal and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Category: Education

Psalms Poetry On Fire And Proverbs Wisdom From Above

Author : Brian Simmons
ISBN : 9781424550968
Genre : Bibles
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Every emotion of the heart is reflected in the Psalms with words that express our deepest and strongest feelings. They free us to become emotional, passionate, sincere worshippers, giving us an expression for faith and worship. The Passion Translation presents these 150 poetic masterpieces in modern English to convey the depth of our longings and fears, joys and celebration, becoming a mirror to the heart of God’s people in our quest to experience God’s presence. Lord, you know all my desires and deepest longings. My tears are liquid words and you can read them all. —Psalm 38:9, TPT The book of Proverbs is packed with secrets of wisdom that awaken our hearts! We can expect a download of heavenly insights into our destinies, relationships, careers, finances, and every other aspect of our lives. The Passion Translation unfolds the meaning of these proverbs in a way that connects the heart of God to your life. A greater understanding awaits us as we read Proverbs: Wisdom from Above. Within these sayings will be found the revelation of wisdom. Use them as keys to unlock the treasures of true knowledge. —Proverbs 1:2, TPT
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Barb Of Fire

Author : Saint Elizabeth Of the Trinity
ISBN : 0852445423
Genre : Poetry
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Elizabeth Catez, a Carmelite nun born in the late nineteenth century, loved God with an astonishing intensity. Alan Bancroft has created new and vivid translations of twenty poems published soon after her death, and shows how these poems interlock with the prose of the celebrated Benedictine Abbot Marmion. Barb of Fire is a fascinating synthesis of Carmelite and Benedictine spirituality.
Category: Poetry

Fire Eater

Author : Kathleen Jesme
ISBN : 1879852853
Genre : Poetry
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Category: Poetry

Ring Of Fire

Author : Lisa Jarnot
ISBN : UOM:39015050480766
Genre : Poetry
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"Ring of Fire" combines the lyricism of Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson and the experimentation of the New York and Beat Schools. These poems meditate on the human condition, documenting and constructing the self in relation to everyday environments. "Truly a treasure."- Anselm Hollo "This delicious book compounds the classic rites of passage with brilliant insight and invention."- Robert Creeley Lisa Jarnot is the author of "Some Other Kind of Mission" and is currently writing a biography of poet Robert Duncan. She teaches in Brooklyn, New York and Boulder, Colorado.
Category: Poetry

Desdemona S Fire

Author : Ruth Ellen Kocher
ISBN : UOM:39015048750940
Genre : Poetry
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This is the author’s first book and winner of the 1999 Naomi Long Madgett Poetry Award. While miscegenation has always been more a part of American history than many want to admit, Desdemona’s Fire journeys through this often forbidden landscape in poems that are sometimes painfully poignant, yet fresh in their imagery and detail.
Category: Poetry

Fire Baton

Author : Elizabeth Hadaway
ISBN : 9781557288240
Genre : Poetry
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Elizabeth Hadaway doesn’t just tell stories in her poems, she aims to delight as much as instruct, and her poems are scores for performance. Sparkling with shout-outs to Beowulf and Keats, varied meters, and surprising rhymes, she lifts centuries of hurt and anger into a contrary music. Her reach is vast, including everything from T. S. Eliot to the swans on her vinyl lace shower curtains. She warns us off from stereotypes and misconceptions about Appalachia and the South. Here are short lyrics and long narratives, poems about ballads, baton twirling, hound dogs, Shelley, and NASCAR stars. In “A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Car, of Dale Earnhardt at Daytona,” she writes about a memorial T-shirt, “his face folded, half / in love with asphalt death.” Fire Baton announces the debut of a talented new poet of wit, vivacity, and color. And no matter how far she roams, she never lets us forget her roots, that she comes from a place “where where’s whirr.”
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Poetry S Fire

Author : J Asheley Brown
ISBN : 9780359901616
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Living On Fire

Author : Virginia Adair
ISBN : 0307557537
Genre : Poetry
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Returning to the range, structure, and lyric quality of the national bestseller Ants on the Melon, Virginia Hamilton Adair's new collection of poetry, Living on Fire, establishes more firmly than ever this writer's literary eminence. In clear, memorable poems--about love in its many variations, about music, about the American desert, about mortality, and about her own blindness--the poet speaks to her readers with a directness distinctly American, and with feeling enhanced and deepened by technical rigor. Of young love she writes, "Their arms bound them together like timbers/for a raft and they rocked a little, as if on water." Of her blindness: "Blind to abundance when I was not blind,/I breathe one rose and hold it in my mind." Of the Mojave she recalls "long purple robes trailing down the arroyos./As the sky dims into dusk." All the poems in Living on Fire create their own small worlds. During a long-ago trip down the Mississippi, the author recalls, "Sometimes our waterways became narrow and dim, dark mirrors/under live-oak branches hung with Spanish moss and snakes." A new love affair brings "this nighttime madness/in the backseat of a roadster." Later, she remarks with almost as much wonder as sadness, "Sightless,/I have become a stranger to my own person." Together, these poems articulate a sensibility at once distinctive and universal. Virginia Hamilton Adair has taken the specificities of her own sometimes joyous, sometimes tragic life and transformed them into powerful celebrations and elegies whose beauty and profundity will affect everyone who reads them. Even in the midst of despair, this is a poet whose work, in its sustained passion, indeed lives on fire. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Poetry

Set Me On Fire

Author : Ella Risbridger
ISBN : 9781473579545
Genre : Poetry
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THE PERFECT GIFT FOR POETRY LOVERS "Broad in scope, generous in spirit and wittily accompanied by Risbridger's commentary" Sarah Perry, author of The Essex Serpent Set Me On Fire is an anthology for a new moment in poetry: a collection of fresh, vibrant voices from poets all over the globe, both living and dead. With an intuitive, accessible, feelings-first format, these are poems for the moments when you really need to know that someone else has been there too. These are poems about eating and kissing and having too many feelings, about being outside and inside and loving someone so much you think you might die. They are about break-ups and getting back together and oh-god-it’s-complicated-don’t-ask-me moments. They are about wanting and waiting and having, about grieving and life after death and the end of the world. They are, in other words, about being alive.
Category: Poetry