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Seeking is a book of Transcendentalist poetry that goes beyond the senses and attempts to describe the world of the self or the Atman. It harkens back to Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Emily Dickinson, and Walt Whitman, and it mixes a so-called everyday life filled with work and play, and various relationships with magical or mystical experiences. All we need to do is to understand the Human Soul in contrast to the ego, like the ancients did, and learn how to look inwardly. William Wordsworth once said, "Poetry is emotion recollected in tranquility." But these poems are different. They are tranquility recollected with emotion. They tear the veil of Life itself, and they discover the Heartland and The Idea Factory behind the facade of things.

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