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Androgyny, Rebirth and Mother Earth

by Victoria Airisun

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0741426188, Paperback)

This fascinating compilation of poems is a deeply transformational look inward. The section Androgyny pours forth with high experience and yearning for a rich, true partnership. Rebirth seeks to share the author’s growth from victim to victory and searches to offer hope for the reader that real inner power is attainable. Mother Earth depicts the author’s astute awareness of the Earth’s beauty while also revealing the past and present reality of environmental destruction. This book holds a journey for self-love and a promise for the Millennium as the heart opens to a vast spectrum of emerging emotions.

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