A book consisting of Japanese Verse, which is 5-7-5 syllables per poem; in alphabetical order for an easy read. Various subjects. Based on Zen Buddhist philosophy of simplicity, and the idea of perfection that excludes the extraneous. Titled in order to catagorize the poems.
Times 12 point, Large print, Autumn Meditations is a book divided into half stories, verse, and prose from various American Authors, first published in 1851 as Autumn Leaves. The first half of the book is filled with poetry, and prose giving ... either an Homage to, or poems inspired by Tang Dynasty, Chinese Poets, such as Li Bai, Wang Wei, and Du Fu, ending with two pages of Tribute poems, and then 12 Zen Haiku Poems by Basho; preciously translated, now rearranged, and presented as a first edition, by Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward; acknowledgements below each poem, a delight for the eclectic taste in Literature; all ages will find something that will delight their soul, within this 149 page book, with frameable illustrations included.
Third in a continuing series by Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward: a love story based on historical facts about Mary Todd Lincoln and her husband, Abraham Lincoln. Illustrations within, poetry, prose, and quotes.
History and Poetry combined within a true story of a Chinese Han Dynasty Lady. *Mawangdui is the name of a Han dynasty [206 BC-AD 24] archaeological site situated in China in a suburb of the modern town of Changsha, Hunan Province. Three tombs dated to the 2nd. century BC were excavated during the 1970s, and revealed to belong to the Marquis of Dai, Li Dang; Lady Dai [died after 168 BC]; and their son [d. 168 BC]. The tombs were excavated between 15 and 18 meters below the ground surface and buried beneath a huge earthen mound. A perfect blend of facts and poetry. Including "The Civilization of China by H. A. Giles, written for readers who know little about Chinese history. Illustrations within.
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.
This book is an Introduction to Tang Dynasty Poet Li He Chang-ji, with English Translations of The Chinese Songs and Ballads of Li He Chang-ji. An American Female paying an Homage to a Chinese Tang Dynasty Poet. With an introduction to Han Yu included. A few illustrations are within this charming, First Edition, alphabetized book, which will capture your heart and soul. NOT A TRANSLATION but an introduction to a most interesting poet.
Revised Edition, with a few illustrations; Brothers and Sisters of the Soil is written with the desire to make the public aware of an increasing problem; it is a compilation of actual accounts of child abuse; a collection of many years of study.