Labyrinth of Green

(3 customer reviews)

$22.95

By Diana Hayes

Labyrinth of Green is a collection of poetry and photography by Diana Hayes. Her poems and photographs share maps and narratives for the inner journey, a labyrinth that leads to wholeness, to our own centre and back again out into the world. Here, both beauty and the forces of nature are revealed in delight, in grief and ultimately through awakening. Each of the book’s five sections explores aspects of this process. The reader enters a West Coast rainforest and walks toward the inner sanctum of the wetlands. Childhood and adolescence and the lessons of the underworld will be encountered. Ancestors provide solace and wisdom. The well of grief is visited. Dreamscapes of near-sleep, offering healing — as witness, as seer, as sage — conclude the final section, “where sleep’s wild embrace does not prepare you.”

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Labyrinth of Green is a collection of poetry and photography by Diana Hayes. Her poems and photographs share maps and narratives for the inner journey, a labyrinth that leads to wholeness, to our own centre and back again out into the world. Here, both beauty and the forces of nature are revealed in delight, in grief and ultimately through awakening. Each of the book’s five sections explores aspects of this process. The reader enters a West Coast rainforest and walks toward the inner sanctum of the wetlands. Childhood and adolescence and the lessons of the underworld will be encountered. Ancestors provide solace and wisdom. The well of grief is visited. Dreamscapes of near-sleep, offering healing — as witness, as seer, as sage — conclude the final section, “where sleep’s wild embrace does not prepare you.”

Additional information

Weight 0.284 kg
Dimensions 15.24 × 21.59 × 0.5 cm
Author

Diana Hayes

Specs

Trade Paperback, French flaps, 8"X6", 104 pages

3 reviews for Labyrinth of Green

  1. Susan Musgrave, author of over 25 books of poetry, fiction and non-fiction, children’s literature and most recently Origami Dove

    An elegant book, through and through. The poems tell us we are home, and about the hungry world beyond, in all its guises. I feel the caress of detail take root in me and grow, like tiny nameless flowers in a whirlwind of snow geese on a bright fall day.

  2. Theresa Kishkan, author of sixteen books of poetry, fiction and non-fiction including Euclid’s Orchard

    Every page in this book has such beauty, its place in the green labyrinth.

  3. Birgit Freybe Bateman, photographer, creator of Mindful Vision

    Her photography is just as exquisite as her poetry.

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