Kline, A. S. (b.1947), authored by Kline, A. S. (contact-email)

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In Earthlight, the poet is concerned with time, poetic creation, and our place in the external world. The simple light of the planet, which contains all the life that we know of, illuminates our essential being. Earthlight then is not only the light of the sun, and the reflected light that our planet sends outwards into the solar system, but the light of that living world around us which we so badly neglect, as well as the pinpricks of light viewed from space that now reveal the existence of our species, and the internal light of imagination and vision that reflects and anticipates the world outside the mind.

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Kline, A. S.

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