Half-Way Free Songs of Eleuthera
Inspired by her recent trip back to Eleuthera, Bahamas in early 2015, Jean Sterling continues her poetic series on the island she once called home. "This geographically small but massive in love, truth, and beauty island, is a starring symbol of a beautiful tomorrow for the world wherein the World, free of greed and malice, will flow with a realistic Utopian love. As you travel with me through this memorable time, as I, inhale its everlasting life and beauty Inspiring you to be an instrument in saving the best of your home today for "What Can Be" tomorrow!"
- Paperback | 78 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 4.83mm | 167.83g
- 08 Mar 2015
- United States
- colour illustrations
About Jean Sterling
Published here and abroad, the author (who writes under her pen name, Jean Sterling), cites her favorite work thus far as follows: "A Quarter-Free: Songs of Eleuthera"; "Quintet" (series of poems published in Farleigh Dickinson University's international "Literary Review"); "Scimitar and Song Anthology" (an Anthology in which she compiled and published the works of authors from her "Scimitar and Song Magazine which she edited and published for over ten years); "A Hollow Cry" (an unpublished trilogy written years ago during her graduate work at George Washington University and Johns Hopkins University); and her continuing collections of poems and children stories. In all her fields --- Wife, mother, teacher, editor and writer and Health Worker, her most cherished have always been as loved wife and mother. An avid gardener, person lover and traveler, she has planted, harvested and shared flourishing seeds in her travels throughout Europe, Africa, Dominican Republic, Haiti, the Bahamas (mostly, Eleuthera), and the U.S. Other works by Jean Sterling include: "A Quarter-Free: Songs of Eleuthera," "Sailboat" and "Before I Sleep"