by Lawrence David
In expressive and emotion-filled verse, poet Lawrence David uses his eloquent way with words to express insight on an array of issues such as faith, youth, fear, passion, addiction and more in The Window Song.
The rose half-opened
hides the strongest scent.
With faith thereís still a chance
for the possibility of hope.
A proverb is a tiny diamond
that never stops shining.
Everyone dreams of that brief moment
when youth and beauty dance together.
You canít hold the hand thatís closed
or ever own the open road.
His words are striking, even chilling, and stimulate thought on how these issues affect all of our lives. Join Lawrence David on his search for spirituality in The Window Song.
About the Author: Breaking through the confinements of religion, poet Lawerence David wrote The Window Song, his first published book, to express his unique spiritual outlook in simple poetic form.
In addition to writing poetry, Mr. David enjoys music, hiking, and canoeing. He and his wife, Cathy, live in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
(2001, paperback, 44 pages)