Eclectic Spines

Thich Nhat Hanh’s words of True Love,
followed by Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet.
The Fifth Agreement and the Four Agreements
what great compliments!

Edgar Allan POE Selected Stories & Poems, what a dream,
Followed by Five Gateways, The Breathing Book,
Constant Cravings and cook books!
Chemistry for Biology Students, Navy SEAL Fitness,
wow, can I get a witness?!

The Bell Jar, hard to get far from Plath,
Homer’s Odyssey, The Dance of Anger
Many spines on Shame and Homesteading?
The Laughing Jesus, The Art of Happiness
The owner of all of this must be a mess!

Boethius: The Consolation of Philosophy
one should not miss.
Gnostic Gospels, A Course in Miracles,
Conversations with God & Hello, Marianne Williamson!
Lovingkindness, Angels & Nurturing Healing Love

Basic Histology, Anatomy Trains.
Gardening & Many spines about Healing.
Year books, more cookbooks
Relationships, National Geographics
Biomechanics, Einstein, and more on Physics.

There’s more to read
On the Coffee Table, too.
American Sniper, We, She & He
Don’t fire up the Kindle
Instead, let’s read some Disney (not dry needling)!

Inspired by InfiniteZip’s NaPoWriMo-Day 10 “Spineless”
Author’s Note: I realized too late it’s National Poetry Writing Month, so I missed a few days. Now I’m doing my best to write 1 poem/day. 

19 thoughts on “Eclectic Spines

  1. Wow, Quite the list, tell me you have really read all these, I would not be surprised. Another look into the soul of Tiffany, I hope you truly know how amazing you are! Accept the compliment like the beautiful creature you are. Love to you ❤❤❤Ken

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  2. I really enjoyed Khalil Gibrain’s “The Prophet.” I am a huge fan of Thich Nhat Hanh as well and consider him to be my favorite Buddhist. I would love to know if you’ve read Richard Bach, Herman Hesse, Antoine St. Exupery, or Daniel Millman. My favorite spiritual books were written by them.

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