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'The immense sorrow of stars' - is a collection of poems by a young
woman journeying through self-discovery. Bee Williamson’s poetry is like looking into the face of vulnerability, as she unmasks the layers of life’s illusions with raw and extraordinary honesty. She writes of the
bliss that flames her spirit as she inhabits the earth, as she learns
the paradox of attraction in her relationship with nature and with love.

Difficult questions about humanity’s future arise to challenge her
probing mind while her caring heart is forever seeking to be cradled by love.

Bee began writing her poems at the impressionable age of fourteen. Naive yet evocative images fill the pages of this book, and are a resting place for her soul, a place her heart calls home. 'The Immense Sorrow of Stars' is an invitation to delve into the creative well of a young poet who pours her deep thoughts into the vast pool of mixed emotions.

Even though she may find herself bruised by life or finds love among the briars or becomes lost among little hopes, it is Bee’s poetry that
speaks of a healing truth – it is a gracious love that makes life bearable.


About the Author

Bee Williamson
beeofhive Melbourne, Australia

Publish Date  September 17, 2012

Dimensions  Standard Portrait  64 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Poetry

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