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Tim Kavi

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American born poet who writes about the Goddess, philosophy, psychology, and personal development.

His work is dedicated to empowering the freedom of individuals to love others, make changes, and transform themselves for empowerment and freedom.

His work is influenced by Goddess mythologies, the dialogical philosophy of Martin Buber, dialogue, Jungian archetypes, dialectics, feminism, psychological development and transformation, and mysticism.


A-musing Wisecracks Across the Mind (poem)by Tim Kaviwatching out eight ways to beatup around the bendthe shuffling of feetTerpsichore moves so sweet
moving in dialectical wayshegel and Marx wink winkLinehan too; what's my storied daysbasking in Clio's sunny rays
what's the rub; long tales at nightOde to all longly saidgrinning, bringing the lightCalliope eats a cantaloupe; such a sight
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Lost Love Poems

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Ascending Goddess (Standard...

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Emerging Goddess

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More About Goddesses

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American Crow: A Short Story

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More About Goddesses (Vol. 1)

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emerging Goddess

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message 3: by C.J.

C.J. Heck C.J. Heck C.J. Heck

Hello Tim,

It's such a pleasure having you as a friend. Thank you and best wishes!

My warmest regards,
CJ


Mitchell Kynock Thanks for following Tim. You may like my upcoming novel..The Marble Orchard. It is currently being edited. Mitch Kynock


message 1: by John

John Read Thanks for the friendship Tim. Good Luck. W.H. Fordham


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