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Absolute trust in the goodness of the earth : new poems

Author: Alice Walker
Publisher: New York : Random House, ©2003.
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"With profound artistry, Walker searches for, discovers, and declares the fundamental beauty of existence, as she explores what it means to live life fully, to learn from it, and to grow both as an individual and as part of a greater spiritual community"--Dustjacket.
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Walker, Alice, 1944-
Absolute trust in the goodness of the earth.
New York : Random House, c2003
(OCoLC)606930547
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Alice Walker
ISBN: 0375509046 9780375509049
OCLC Number: 49925463
Description: xxi, 229 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: I Can Worship You --
The Love of Bodies --
All the Toys --
Poem for Aneta Chapman on Her 33rd Birthday --
The Same as Gold --
My Friend Calls --
Coming Back from Seeing Your People --
Someone I Barely Know --
Despite the Hunger --
My African --
How Different You Are --
New House Moves --
Trapdoors to the Cellar Spring-Grass Green --
Whiter Than Bone --
Even When I Walked Away --
Red Petals Sticking Out --
Inside My Rooms --
Refrigerator Poems --
Just at Dusk --
The Moment I Saw Her --
A Native Person Looks up from the Plate --
The Anonymous Caller --
I Was So Puzzled by the Attacks --
At First, It Is True, I Thought There Were Only Peaches & Wild Grapes --
May 23, 1999 --
Reverend E. in Her Red Dress --
All the People Who Work for Me & My Dog Too --
The Snail Is My Power Animal --
In Everything I Do --
The Writer's Life --
Grace --
Loss of Vitality --
Until I Was Nearly Fifty --
Thanks for the Garlic --
The New Man --
What Will Save Us --
My Friend Arrived --
Dead Men Love War --
Thousands of Feet Below You --
Living off of Isolated Women --
They Made Love --
To Be a Woman --
Thanksgiving --
The Last Time I Left Our House --
I Loved You So Much --
Winning --
Falling Bodies --
Why the War You Have in Mind (Yours and Mine) Is Obsolete --
Projection --
When You Look --
The Tree --
The Climate of the Southern Hemisphere --
Where Is That Nail File? Where Are My Glasses? Have You Seen My Car Keys? --
My Ancestors' Earnings --
My Friend Yeshi --
Ancestors to Alice --
One of the Traps --
Not Children --
You Can Talk --
Goddess --
Why War Is Never a Good Idea --
The Award --
Though We May Feel Alone --
When We Let Spirit Lead Us --
Dream --
We Are All So Busy --
The Backyard, Careyes --
Practice --
Dreaming the New World in Careyes --
Patriot --
Because Light Is Attracted to Dark --
When Fidel Comes to Visit Me --
No Better Life --
Someone Should Have Taught You This --
Dream of Frida Kahlo --
My Mother Was So Wonderful --
Aging --
Some Things to Enjoy About Aging --
Lying Quietly --
Wrinkles --
Life Is Never Over --
If They Come to Shoot You --
You Too Can Look, Smell, Dress, Act This Way --
The Breath of the Feminine --
Bring Me the Heart of Maria Sabina
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"With profound artistry, Walker searches for, discovers, and declares the fundamental beauty of existence, as she explores what it means to live life fully, to learn from it, and to grow both as an individual and as part of a greater spiritual community"--Dustjacket.

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