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Tere Starr - Miami, FL (USA):
April 29, 2001:
This book brings me back to my childhood days when my soul
appeared through reality’s haze, most often in guise of the
words on the page of this book.
With this book in hand, I climb with Naruda to the heights
of Machu Picchu. Pablo and I stand in silence. We watch
lifetimes evolve, his and mine. Even the stones remember.
This book is about the trickster and the ways he enriches our
lives. How we see him depends on our cultural view, sometimes Hermes,
Loki or coyote. He’s always crossing boundaries, it seems, and to me,
he brings fun and insight.
This book, the oldest in my collection, is a voice from the
past and deserves introspection. As I turn each page, words unfold.
Thoughts are carried away on the wind.
This book describes chaos, poetic disorder that’s affecting the cosmos. Meeting at
boundaries, strange attractors craft order. They’re the very distracters that lead to
the meeting of minds, to creative touch that infuses a spark, that
explosion of light.