Children of Light is available on Amazon:
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Poetry of the spirit
Mary Clark has brought us an achingly beautiful chain of poems that both watch and listen: the sun, the sea, the darkness, the light, the passing of time—and the people who live among them.
— Reverend Barbara Crafton, Episcopal priest and author
As we know, poetry remains the best way to communicate our most fundamental ideas. In Children of Light, a modern tale of adversity and transcendence set in the unique natural environment and human history of Florida’s Gulf Coast, three children go on a journey that leads them to explore their true characters, their relationship to one another, and to society.
The children’s journey, set in modern times, deals with questions of good and evil and how we can be guided by those who generate light. The author believes we can learn to exercise and develop our innate goodness, and in this tale, she shows how this can happen.
Reading this fascinating story told in poetic form to find out is a truly rewarding experience that one won’t easily forget.
— Bradford Dov Lewis, for the Liberal Minyan of Hell’s Kitchen/Chelsea, NYC
Kindle ebook of Children of Light, a poetry novel
Paperback of Children of Light
This is marvelous, Mary. Congrats on the terrific and well deserved review. How perfect for the holidays! Hugs.
Thanks, Teagan. I enjoy your prodigious work!
Mary, I appreciate you following my blog – linesoflisteningblog.wordpress.com – Thanks.