Poetry. Art. Carolyn Mary Kleefeld, painter, poet, writer, in this her 19th book, expresses in paintings and poetry the sacred merging of love into the Beloved. "Here Rumi elopes with Chagall in a dance of color, compassion, and sensuality" (Dr. Darin Deterra, psychotherapist, author). An exhibit book of showings at the Shreveport and Santa Barbara Karpeles Library and Museum, this is a stunning publication.
About The Author
A passion for creative expression and a lifelong fascination with spiritual transformation have ignited Carolyn Mary Kleefeld to become an award-winning poet, writer, and artist. Born in Catford, England, Ms. Kleefeld grew up in southern California, where she studied art and psychology at UCLA. In 1980 she moved to her cliff-side home high above the Pacific Ocean in Big Sur, California, where she studies, writes, and paints amidst the surrounding wilderness.
Ms. Kleefeld is the author of nineteen books, a variety of which are used as inspirational texts in universities and healing centers, and are featured along with the writings of seven other acclaimed woman writers in a continuing course, “The Other Half of the Sky: Eight Woman Writers,” taught at Swansea University in Wales by poet and publisher Peter Thabit Jones.
Her poetry and prose has been nominated for The Pushcart Prize, and her first book, Climates of the Mind, was translated into Braille by the Library of Congress. Her writings have been translated into Korean, Romanian, Japanese, Italian, Sicilian, Chinese, Arabic, Bengali, and Bulgarian. Her poetry book, Vagabond Dawns, is published in both an English/Korean bilingual edition and an English/Romanian bilingual edition. Ms. Kleefeld’s book of philosophical aphorisms, Soul Seeds: Revelations and Drawings, is published in bilingual English/Korean and English/Japanese editions and in a trilingual English/Italian/Sicilian edition.