XVIII
 Lunacus

"To Light the darkness and end blindness, the realms of the physical and logical reality would have to be shattered into pieces down to the minutest bit of energy. To grasp this abstract feeling (something like love, or . . . connection . . . ) would take a great deal of thought; all of our perspectives are relative to each other depending on one's point, the only way for us to be True to our experiences is through the spiritual mind, which is our gateway to internal and external reciprocity of the universe and the self. Art."

- The Author, Chapter XVIII "Lunacus"

“The pond reflects,
A mirror deep,
The black silhouette

Of the willow tree

Where the wind weeps...

 

Oh, reverie.”

 

-The White Moonglow, Paul Verlaine 

Art, Music & Literature:
Facundo Raganato

Artistic Photographs of The Author:
Scott Redinger-Libolt
www.redphoto.com

Book Cover Design:
Patricia Gil &
Facundo Raganato

Book Cover Photo:
Laura Mintz

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