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She Would Draw Flowers

She Would Draw Flowers

A Book of Poems by Kirsten Savitri Bergh.

This poetry book, written by a 17 year 'young' woman, enbraces life, death and love in a way that invites us in. Authentic, light-filled and down-to-earth.

Kirsten Bergh was 17 when she died suddenly in a car accident. She Would Draw Flowers is her legacy of art and poetry which weaves a rich tapestry of joy, beauty and inner transformation. Waldorf education, which schools the imagination through story-telling, poetry and visual arts, gave her a wholistic view of the world while encouraging self-expression. At age 16, Kirsten faced the death of her father and other personal life challenges. Poetry was her way of penetrating through her grief and loss to confirm that love is the strongest thread in the fabric of life. This book is her offering that can inspire and guide us all in strengthening our living connection to people, nature and the cosmos.

90 pages.
21 x 14 cms. 8 x 6 inches.
Numerous illustrations.
Paperback.

Product Code: SWDF
Weight 146.00 gm
 
Price: £5.99
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