The Four Letters of Love by: Nadina Boun Book Tour

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Blurb:

“The Four Letters of Love” describes love in various forms as seen by the poet; through a lover’s eyes, a warrior’s heart, a stranger’s quest, a dreamer’s mind, in the form of allegories, metaphors, quotes and fantasies.

Couple of poems from the book:

Bright Is Your Love

I hear chimes in the air;
bells are ringing somewhere,
the wind blows a tune in my head
the birds greet this song, far ahead,
the sun shines still with warming rays
and a promise for much better days,
the sky is clear, the fog has gone,
clouds are near but the moon is strong,
shining bright in an endless starry night
your love takes me away in its flight;
the tender way you caress my heart
leaves me speechless from the start,
the sweet embrace where you hold me tight
lifts me to heaven where all is bright.

The Space Between Us

The space between us
where our hopes and dreams lay,
where our emotions and feelings surface,
where our fears and insecurities stand.

The space between us,
where laughter echoes,
where tears fill the gap,
where love pulls us closer,
where pain keeps us apart.

The space between us
is where we stand on different grounds,
the thoughts we share combined,

the space between us
is you and I,
together and apart.

 

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2 thoughts on “The Four Letters of Love by: Nadina Boun Book Tour

  1. stormij February 10, 2012 at 4:15 pm Reply

    Thanks for featuring Nadina’s book on your blog today!

  2. nadinaboun February 10, 2012 at 6:01 pm Reply

    Thank you.

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