Ceremonies of the Spirit is a collection of love poems that begins with sensual / erotic poems, moves through unrequited love or love that has been lost or damaged, love of family and special places, and finally longing to unite with the Divine. We travel a spiral from infatuation to transformation, from grief to consecration in these poems. Ceremonies has been called "gorgeous", "exquisite", "flirty", and "joyous work that should be celebrated. ...engrossing, vibrant, honest, theatrical, mysthical, lyrical, poignant, passionate, expressive, ceremonial, heart-achieving, soul-renewing"
Michael Parker's review of Ceremonies of the Spirit in Oranges & Sardines July edition starts on page 12 and is titled: Poetry and the Art of Empowerment and Healing:
"As I introduce you to Ceremonies of the Spirit by Wendy Brown-Baez, I do so first in a spirit of awe because of the natural transformative power Baez posssesses as a narrator of the human condition....
Waiting for the Miracle
San Sebastian del Oeste
What I did for peace today
Queen of Diamonds
What do women want?
The real reason We Sit Together and Breathe
Camping at the Chama
Home for the Holidays
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