9781426936623

In the Shadows of Eden

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  • ISBN13:

    9781426936623

  • ISBN10:

    1426936621

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2010-07-09
  • Publisher: Textstream

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Summary

In the Shadows of Edenis a lyrical collection of poetry that evokes emotion and reminds us that we as humans all sin and yet are still able to find a common beauty in life's experiences through spiritual growth. Jana Alibrandi captivates our attention and souls with her heartfelt and beautiful verse. From the title poem, "Fallen Petals in the Shadows of Eden," to "Candy Eyes Don't Lie," her poetry has been called insightful and edgy, while it describes a life of both sin and spiritual bliss.Her poetry relates to human experiences, and through them we are strengthened. She believes that we are all sinners in the shadows of Eden, as we come to an understanding of spiritual growth that blossoms with integrity.Fallen Petals in the Shadows of EdenThe walls decay in a bloody caveLove for a century is countless in daysLies feel longer than an eternityDoes the term loyalty apply?Why, when all I do is shareThe petal of deceitThis broken chair has had its last swayThis wooden shamble is not mine ...

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