Good Night, Nurse
The early emotions and poetry of a journey from one world to the next.
LLOYD MATTHEW THOMPSON refers to the period of his life these poems were born of as “The Flailing Years.” As he came out of what he’d been raised with and all he’d ever known, he followed his Heart through alleys and staircases, struggling to find his way and his Self.
From shifty religions and spiritual concepts to rocky relationships and family drama, Lloyd sought his truth with every breath.
This collection of poems is neither complete, nor in chronological order. Poetry that made the final cut were placed into a hat. The Universe then picked the arrangement, and—as with all It touches—It not-so-
randomly ordered a perfect order.
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Omnipresent: The Sacred Feminine Balance
“There is a pulse of all life being awakened in each one of us. We are holy carriers of the Divine Feminine, and She is here, now, whispering into the recesses of our sacred hearts…” —Jacqueline L. Robinson
The vision of this collection aims to explore all aspects of the authentic integrity of the Divine Feminine, and the “swinging to the opposite extreme” mentalities and actions that have emerged as the Divine Feminine grows in acknowledgement and reclaims Her equal place on Earth, as it should have been all along.
Many have gone to the extreme of taking back the Divine Feminine power by becoming practically anti-masculine and basically feminine versions of the exact male-centered control and domination that is attempting to be balanced in these times. This is completely normal, as any
things in our lives swing to the opposites in order to break free of a system or habit, and then eventually swing back to the center middle ground where balance and equality exist.
Written entirely by female authors for women and men both, this book hopes to assist in finding that center balance, fanning the flame of equality and understanding, in the light of love and compassion.
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