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The Psychic Soul

(PRWEB) June 16, 2004

From the poignant refrain found in the opening ode Land of the Deceased, to the ‘Sienna sierra set before my weary eyes’ beauty of the last sonnet Beautiful Sunday Glorious Day, The Psychic Soul offers the reader a rich tapestry of sights, colors, scents and emotions. The piquant perkiness filling BRRRR is balanced with the depth found in the roundel Alaskan Landscape. The stanzas offer the reader a peek into the day of the poet as she trudges out into the ice and snow of that frosty land with her coffee in hand, dogs by her side and camera at the ready.

Walking Lightly Across Glass brings the reader another view into the poet’s mien with the haunting line ‘trying to make you understand.’ Lyrical Crimson Sky Bleeds Before Me is rich in colors, transporting the reader to stand beside the poet as we gaze out into the vista before us.

In The Psychic Soul Poet/Photographer Jodray has produced a delightful edition of twenty three works of written art and photos to fill both the heart and vision of the reader. Jodray comes by her poetic bent naturally. She says her mother was also a poet and Jodray has set the words filling her head down on paper since childhood. Completed with exquisite photographs taken by this accomplished artist each well crafted verse composition found in The Psychic Soul is accompanied by one of Jodray’s wonderful images taken in her present home of Alaska or from her extensive travel over the years.

Accomplished writer Jodray has produced 4 books to date, writes for a number of on line submission sites, has a new book ‘coming soon’ and can be found with her camera or pen at the ready at any given moment. To learn more about Poet/Photographer Theresa Jodray you may visit her AuthorsDen site http://www.authorsden.com/visit/author.asp?AuthorID=2093

The Psychic Soul by T. Jodray Molly’s Reviews

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Title: The Psychic Soul

Author: Theresa Jodray

Line/Publisher: Booksurge


Release Date: 2001

ISBN: 1-59457-228-3

Highly Recommended

Reviewed by: molly martin http://www.angelfire.com/ok4/mollymartin

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