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"Tales Of Men And Women" and "Poems For Our Struggle"


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ebook, 35 pages
Published March 8th 2017
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Julie
Jun 27, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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What a gracious author! You can feel his passion for his work and message. However, just like with any art, some will "get it" and some won't. I understood and appreciated some poems but others went over my head. If you want to read his book, he allows you to view a PDF file for free. See what I mean about gracious!!
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Stone Riley has been an activist artist since thirty days in U.S. Army jail during Vietnam, a month from which he gained some pictures and poems. He is a solemn worshiper of Earth, has mainly made his home among the constantly supportive Pagan movement, and claims the American Pagan movement has done essential service by proving radical spiritual freedom. He believes in the revolutionary use of b ...more