Will Jena jeopardize her professional career, reputation, family and friends to pursue her complicated love interest? As a teen she lives with her single mom, Nancy. Jena is shy and struggles with teen issues in addition to her weight and boys. Her teen boyfriend Cody is interested in his own personal needs instead of developing a relationship with Jena. Throughout college she continues to search for the man of her dreams. While in college she is reunited with family she grows to love. The path leads her into the arms of another uncommitted man named Ray. The two lovers fill each others voids in an untraditional relationship. Feeling misled Jena abruptly tries to end things. Her lover never gave up his love for as he continued trying to connect with her. His constant struggles to see her cause emotional conflict. Ray has a few things he needs to reveal to his young lover who does not want any part. In the end the two lovers' different paths meet in an unusual and unique ending.
"THE LOTUS BLOOMS" is A Collection of Poems by RAMSUNDAR PERSAD (1927-2002). These poems express his understanding of human longings for both earthly and heavenly love. Expressing the ephemeral nature of earthly love and life, he longs for Divine communion and union. Poem # 25, "They came, They saw, They conquered," is about his grand mother Gangee Maharaj who came to Trinidad, West Indies in 1900 as an indentured immigrant from Raipur, India. They toiled, they prayed, they worked in the sun and rain from morning to night. They conquered all obstacles, they loved, they came to their own, they had arrived. Poem # 26, "Our Guardian," about daily trust and faith: With unseen hands he leads me.And to my prayers give heed. In his own hands he gives me. Whatever he thinks I need. Poem # 28, "The Rose and the Thorn," daily teachings: Make the best of all you can. Be a friend to every man. Do not have anyone at your beck and call. You will be pleasing to one and all. Poem # 22, "The Call," You can make this a better place. If you cleanse your heart from now. He has prepared a better place. For those who want him now.
This collection of thirty poems by novelist Kyrian Lyndon spans decades throughout the author's personal journey. From the soothingly peaceful to the bizarre, Kyrian runs the gamut of complex emotions that will resonate for many. The poems are poignant-honest, open, and straight from the heart, heartbreaking and with humor, embracing light and dark, hope and despair, triumph over adversity. She writes: Oh, for the beauty of the melody, The harmony sprinkled about. He is but a glowing midge Longing to play an Aeolian harp, While holding you still and entranced With the celestial beauty of a god. Ah, but for the pain! The seraphic master sets about casting shadows So that I cannot see the sun, Leaving but a vista of tomorrow's joys and treasures. The current focus becomes a precursor Along the predestined path, A traverse on the bridge. That's my all-too-rigid honeybee, Leaving me with a concave and sunken universe, A hollow path in my heart and my soul. 'A Dark Rose Blooms' also contains an excerpt from 'Provenance of Bondage, ' the first book of Kyrian's forthcoming 'Deadly Veils' series. We meet the series protagonist, Danielle DeCorso, as she tries to cope with a devastating event she can't fully remember. She struggles in isolation and despair, as her perception of what she does recall differs from that of her cousin and her friend.
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