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Songs of Inequality

Songs of Inequality

Songs of Inequality

Elias Ledesma

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iUniverse
Año de edición:
2009
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Poesía
ISBN:
9780595718719
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Songs of Inequality is a collection of poetry that details the experiences of humanity in an attempt to transform a spiritual and materialistic society into one unified voice. Elias Ledesma relies on the streets of New York for his inspiration as he shares many interesting images and ideas that highlight life in urban America. By fusing elements and sensory details from both Romantic and Contemporary poets coupled with Roman and Greek imagery in his compilation, Ledesma presents a wide range of verse that empowers others to create their own destinies through self-discovery. The over eighty cantos included in this anthology feature misty mountains and molten rocks, men that died in the fight for freedom, days of boyish youth and prepubescent boom, and a beautiful goddess of the night. Ledesma’s introspective collection of poetry and prose will encourage others to embrace total wholeness so that 'we may remember the vastness of ourselves never begun within the womb of All.' 3

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