A Moonlit Teahouse Anthology Of Sacred Poetry by Silent LotusA Moonlit Teahouse Anthology Of Sacred Poetry by Silent Lotus

A Moonlit Teahouse Anthology Of Sacred Poetry

EditorSilent Lotus, Dick Holmes, Gary Hunter

Paperback | October 1, 2015

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A Moonlit Teahouse Anthology of Sacred Poetry presents a selection of works by 26 poets who have participated in the online Poetry Chaikhana and Delighted Teahouse poetry forums. The book contains an introduction by Ivan Granger, author of Real Thirst, Poetry of the Spiritual Journey and creator of the website Poetry Chaikhana, Sacred Poetry from Around the World. On the back cover of the book are blurbs by Ivan Granger and Lisa Starr, poet laureate of Rhode Island 2007-2012 and creator of the Block Island Poetry Project. The book is a perfect bound 5.5 by 8.5 inch paperback containing 226 pages, designed and illustrated by Priya Shah. 

silent lotus is a spiritual advisor. His poetry has been published in Europe, England, America, Canada and Australia. Having resided for a significant portion of his life in the Caribbean and The Netherlands, he has retained his affiliation with the unique community of Roosevelt, NJ where he was raised. For a number of years he facilit...
Title:A Moonlit Teahouse Anthology Of Sacred PoetryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:226 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.48 inPublished:October 1, 2015Publisher:NINASH FoundationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:098291413X

ISBN - 13:9780982914137

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Editorial Reviews

Recipe for delight and/or transformation: Take 26 poets from around the good, green globe who have in common the simple desire to get their lives right. Choose their best work-poems that are ripe with astonishment and awakening, poems whose meaning hangs abundant and inviting, like on the branches of an apple tree in fall. Give these 104 poems the space and air and artwork they need. Title the collection A Moonlit Teahouse. Nourish the world with it.Very early on in A Moonlit Teahouse we hear of a "church that makes the walls give way, /all walls and most especially/ the ones in [the] heart." This stunning and wildly alive anthology might well be that church. Bravo. Bravo.~ Lisa Starrpoet laureate of Rhode Island 2007-2012and creator of the Block Island Poetry Project