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the juice that moves, Stewart S. Warren

 

the juice that moves

In this, his twenty second poetry collection, Stewart Warren returns to the fundamental wisdom of his beloved American Southwest and his personal journey through ever deepening landscapes of mystic portent. With a foundation of the Western Tradition, both native and Hermetic, the voice of the troubadour considers the emergent heart of humankind in a down-to-earth vernacular that is both rhythmic and lyric.


Awesome Povery by Stewart S. Warren
Awesome Poverty: poems

Awesome Poverty by Stewart S. Warren is an enlightening, soulful collection of poetry to be savored in tranquil contemplation. The creator of several highly regarded and cherished books in the Hermetic tradition, Warren engages the spirit in esoteric ways that expand consciousness with imagination and depth. His celebration of existence and empowering essence feels effortless and flowing. These poems are imbued with beauty and magic and guide us on meaningful journeys to serene yet alluring realms. This compilation also includes a compelling introduction by the visionary artist Carmen Sorrenti.

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Stewart Warren, writer, evocateurStewart S. Warren
writer, evocateur, catalyst for positive community

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