My World As I See It

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About the author:
I am Philip G. DeLoach. One of ten siblings who was brought up with an innate curiosity about how things worked and the why of everything that exists. I always wanted to know where everything started, it's origins and purpose. I have always wondered if we were alone in the Universe. Is there life after death? I have questions about everything. My poetry is my way of trying to sort out the why and for what purpose everything exists. Does everything happen for a reason? Does Order exist even in Chaos? My World As I See It is my attempt at answering these questions or at least sharing my curiosity pertaining to these questions. To maybe get the reader to look at the world from another vantage point. If that happens then my book will have served it's purpose.

My World As I See It
 

Authored by Philip G. DeLoach

My World As I See It is a book of poetry. I have been writing poetry since the 1980s. I am a visual artist with a BA Degree in Fine Art from the University of West Georgia in Carrollton, Georgia. The poetry was another way of expressing myself and adding to the visual aspect of my art. My world view is influenced by my Southern Baptist upbringing and a merging with the study of other world religions and Eastern Philosophy. I have always felt that art and poetry are excellent ways of expressing our relationship with the cosmos. I believe in a one-ness of all creation. All things are interconnected and related. Past, present and future actually exist at the same time and only our perception of where we are in relation to everything else gives us the experience of linear time. My World As I See It tries to convey that interconnectedness and interrelationship between all things and all people throughout history.
Cover design and thirty two illustrations in the book are all done by me.


Publication Date:
2010-06-11
ISBN/EAN13:
1451581106 / 9781451581102
Page Count:
148
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Poetry / General




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