Dream. Horses. When I was thirteen I found two horses. The shining one calls itself, Keeper of Lights. The wild one calls itself, Never Tame Me. Keeper of Lights comes when I call her from the stable at the end of the world hung with ...
Author: C.E. Greer
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
Containing more than a hundred poems by seventy-four poets of twenty-two nationalities, Say This of Horses represents the abundance of poems about horses that have been written throughout the ages and around the world. Whether probing the ages-old connection between horses and humans, the immediate physical presence of horses, or the metaphysical elements of these magnificent animals, this collection celebrates the horse as what Maxine Kumin calls “our enduring myth, the repository for our love and terror.” Divided into six sections, Say This of Horses considers horses in a multitude of times and places. “Antiquity” explores the forging of the earliest mythical ties between horses and humans. “Here, Now” places horses in the present, where their physical presence is most acutely felt. “Esssence” explores the metaphysical qualities of horses. “Harnessed” contains a selection of poems about horses in war, at work, and in sport and recreation. “Mirrors” shows them as imaginative symbols. Finally, “Lenses” moves into the realm of abstraction and fantasy. The selections within this far-reaching collection are joyous, moving, erudite, and at times profoundly sad. Poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, W. S. Merwin, Tess Gallagher, Yusef Komunyakaa, Pablo Neruda, Anne Sexton, Wallace Stevens, May Sarton, Jane Kenyon, and James Dickey, among many others, are sure to delight and surprise readers familiar with or just exploring the rich literature on horses. Contributors include: Guillaume Apollinaire, Gwendolyn Brooks, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, C.E. Greer, Donald Hall, Joy Harjo, Imru’ al-Qays, Ted Kooser, Philip Larkin, Ann McCarthy de Zavala, Rainer Maria Rilke, Patiann Rogers, William Carlos Williams
I dream in class, but I don't sleep. I dream horses. I don'tjust dream about horses. I dream up horses so real I can smell horse. Horse is the best scent in the whole world. They could put that stuff into perfume bottles and make a ...
Author: Dandi Daley Mackall
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Horse-crazy fourth-grader Ellie James constantly dreams about having a horse of her own, and God finally seems to have answered her prayers, but not with the gleaming black stallion she has been longing for.
Author: Rachel G. Norment, M.A.Publish On: 2013-09-20
What are our own ideas about and reactions to the animal in real life as well as in the dream? Horses Horses in our dreams may be domesticated—almost pets that we ride and enjoy for pleasure or work animals that help plow fields or pull ...
Author: Rachel G. Norment, M.A.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Through Rachel Norment’s Dream Explorations: A Journey in Self-Knowledge and Self-Realization, you can • learn contemporary methods of dreamwork inspired by Carl Jung and developed by Montague Ullman, Jeremy Taylor, and many others; and • discover the deep inner wisdom you have within yourself that can guide you towards spiritual growth and physical and psychological health and wholeness—toward becoming the person you are meant to become. “Rachel Norment’s Dream Explorations … is a gift to us all! The combination of her careful attention to her own dreams over decades and her keen eye for the dreams and insights of other dreamers has produced a work of great depth, wisdom, and inspiration. It is a joy to read.” —Jeremy Taylor, D.Min., cofounder and past president of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) and author of The Wisdom of Your Dreams “In this valuable and highly readable book, longtime dreamworker Rachel Norment offers us her collection of dream treasures with instructive reflections on common symbols and dream themes. This book clearly illustrates the rewards of a lifetime of dreamwork to guide and heal our lives.” —Chelsea Wakefield, Ph.D., LCSW, psychotherapist and author of Negotiating the Inner Peace Treaty: Becoming the Person You Were Born to Be “Serious dream workers and seekers after self-knowledge will be delighted by this book. Rachel’s practical insights … into her personal symbols and themes are sure to bring light and guidance to anyone’s inner explorations. I highly recommend it.” —Jean Benedict Raffa, Ph.D., author of The Bridge to Wholeness, Dream Theatres of the Soul, and Healing the Sacred Divide
And it is extremely lucky to dream of a Psychological Meaning Honey represents horse being shod . sweetness and feelings that bring you happiness , such as love , peace , and joy . It is the spirit or life HOSPITAL force that sustains ...
Author: Craig Hamilton-Parker
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Discusses the psychological and mystical meanings of specific symbols in dreams and provides experiments to help remember and analyze dreams
Sometimes they actually appeared , in all their heart - stopping beauty ; I even got to briefly ride one or two dream horses , owned by wealthier families than ours . Once I was loaned a champion grey gelding to compete for Best Girl ...
Author: Jan Fook
Publisher: Spinifex Press
Includes stories and poems about horses, and a few donkeys, by women from Australia and overseas.
Heaven but the one in the child's heart , — she takes to forbid ! for dream - horses make good servants but the saddle again , and the horse - hair switch and very bad masters . Will they bear her fast and far , the leather fringes ...
Our dream horses are not the same, of course. Some people are oppressed by dreams of a black horse that seems like a figure of death, or a red horse foreboding war and bloodshed, or a ghostly pale horse that brings the sense of sorrow ...
Author: Robert Moss
Publisher: New World Library
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
A practitioner of ancient shamanic techniques for healing and journeying explains how to restore reader's animal spirits, heal old wounds through shamanic dreaming and ultimately recover and grow their souls. Original.
Dream Horses Dreams-Come-True It was the nightgown — the long dark blue flannel one with small black and white horses running on it. Sacha's grandmother had given it to her. The first time she wore it, her dream began — a dream in which ...
Author: John Mogan
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Max, a compassionate boy, solves problems through reason and daring. Sacha, understanding the language of animals, takes their part against skeptical adults. Their stories are told in a magical reality.
True Stories of the Horses We Love Callie Smith Grant. The. Year. of. the. Dream. Horse. Lisa Begin-Kruysman ... My sister, Manette, despite our citylike surroundings, had become obsessed with horses after she'd befriended someone who ...
Author: Callie Smith Grant
Where do we turn when work is draining, a friend lets us down, or we can't take any more news stories or political controversies? We turn to animals. We watch and share heartwarming videos of animals and the people who love them. For over a decade, Callie Smith Grant has been helping people celebrate our animal friends with her delightful collections of stories, and she's back with more true stories for horse lovers. With contributions from both well-known and up-and-coming writers, this heartwarming collection is the perfect way for animal lovers to decompress and remember God's good gift to us in the majestic, calming, inspiring, and even silly horses he created. Horse owners, horse lovers, and horse dreamers will adore these uplifting true stories.