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Sculpting the Heart's Poetry while Conversing with the Masters

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Jul. 4, 2010 By Molly Martin
Joyce White's Sculpting the Heart's Poetry While Conversing With the Masters offers first some thoughts regarding Feminist Mythology.

Setting the tone is the first poem entitled Women in which all nuances of women are introduced from the kisses and tears, to rivalry, Caffeine, Nicotine and Prozac to an understanding that women have too many dim
Paperback, Companion Book to Sculpting the Heart with Art Therapy, 90 pages
Published July 6th 2010 by
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Joyce White
Aug 13, 2010 rated it it was amazing

"Feminist godly mythology...Sensuous, of love, of women and addictive, competitive... More

By: Joyce White
Publication Date: 2009
ISBN: 978-0-557-22371-8
Reviewed by: Eloise Michael
Review Date: July 2010

The fourth book in Joyce White's Sculpting the Heart series, Sculpting the Heart's Poetry While Conversing with the Masters is a collection of poems that are playful, hopeful, and sometimes even joyful. White does not shy away from serious topics, however. She is able to write about loss,
The Pen & Muse
Mar 04, 2011 rated it really liked it
Those of us who are writers and artists need ways of practicing our craft, but also taking care of ourselves. As a writer I can tell how crucial this and this means taking care of your mind and your body. White’s books do just that by reminding us of who we are and why we do it. Creative expression is a powerful tool and White takes us on a journey to understand what we can do to once again open our minds. Books like these are crucial to remind writers and artists alike that we are one in the sa ...more
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