Edward Waters         Bard of the Grey Wind

poet   singer-songwriter   essayist   aphorist

Through valleys dark and mountains cold
     where storms and hazards prey,
A solitary traveller
     can easily lose his way.
I've been alone, and I have known
     the deepest fear;
Without a guide, I've turned aside - -
     and then I hear
A Voice in song not far ahead,
     and I find the path once more
And travel on behind the song,
     my hope and strength restored.

                             from Travellers

THE LATEST (click item to view):

* (17 October 2014)  New PP2Ws!  ('Personal Pretensions to Wisdom') [Edward's aphorisms & short reflections]
* (30 January 2010)  'Poetry in Motion-Pictures'  [Edward's Amazon.com review of Jane Campion's 2009 film, Bright Star].
* (17 October 2009)  'A Story of Affirmation'  [Edward's Amazon.com review of the 2007 Cicala film, Arranged].
* (18 June 2009)  'Ten Things About Me' [New entry on Edward's blog Rambles of One Windborn(e), originally posted on 'Facebook' earlier this year].
* (18 June 2009)  'Out of the Shadows (II)' [Edward's Amazon.com review of And God Came In, Lyle W. Dorsett's classic biography (just re-released) of poet Joy Davidman, too often unfairly remembered only as the wife of C.S. Lewis].
* (12 August 2008)  Edward is now on 'Facebook'
* (30 June 200
8)  'Quiet Strength: Defying the Din to Hear God' [Long-overdue revision of one of Edward's short classics].

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