Deborah L. Kelly

Songs of the North

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Songs of the North was written for and inspired by the many voices of Gaia. In order to reconnect, we must reclaim the balance we have lost. We must acknowledge our inner connection to all the natural energies which surround us.
This collection of poems will take the reader into the deep forests of British Columbia’s North. You will soar with the eagles, sit in a nest on the top of a tree, travel the banks of the mighty Nechako River, and so much more. This book will take you on a journey through one full circle in the spiral of life; let us travel through the seasons together, and smell the sweet, fresh air of the mountains mists. Songs of the North tells a story of the sacred beauties of the natural world; a renewal of the reverence and appreciation we seem to have collectively misplaced. It is a tribute to the Mother, and to the many wondrous facets of this living earth.

Deborah L. Kelly has been writing poetry for more than 40 years. Having begun writing poetry in her teenage years, she discovered that it helped her to cope with the conditions around her during her youth. Over the years, Deborah has written thousands of works, and began to recite and experience other aspects of the wonderful and healing world of poetry in 2010. The author of four published books of poetry, both in Canada and Internationally, Deborah always enjoys a new challenge. An award winning poet and short story writer, she lives in the beautiful forests, edging on the Land of the Midnight Sun, in Prince George, BC. It is here Deborah spends her time writing, gardening, and breathing in the delights of her beautiful grandchildren.

ISBN 978-1-77171-364-1
100 pages
6 x 9
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