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For many people there is profound meaning and integrity in the word yes. Making a deep abiding commitment to another human being becomes a higher calling. Seeking to grow through the very experience of love compels them to maintain body and soul in testament to their partner's very existence. It is such a lofty goal no one can do it perfectly. Where there is brokenness the light of God and of grace enters.Bull Heart is a collection of poems chronicling more than a year spent processing and recovering from divorce. These poems not only address the pain, sadness, and anger one feels at the end…mehr

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For many people there is profound meaning and integrity in the word yes. Making a deep abiding commitment to another human being becomes a higher calling. Seeking to grow through the very experience of love compels them to maintain body and soul in testament to their partner's very existence. It is such a lofty goal no one can do it perfectly. Where there is brokenness the light of God and of grace enters.Bull Heart is a collection of poems chronicling more than a year spent processing and recovering from divorce. These poems not only address the pain, sadness, and anger one feels at the end of a marriage, but also the transformation of this great anguish through the overwhelming surrender to something greater. Employing the lyrical language of poetry in this journey provides a wonderful conduit to the world of healing and forgiveness.
Autorenporträt
Brian Mueller lives in Cincinnati, Ohio. Through the transcendent and mystical experience of recovery from divorce, Brian learned a great deal about his true nature. Among these many revelations are his affection for people and desire to live in community with others. Brian also has a passion for sharing the greater experiences of life and love through poetry and service to others. Bull Heart is his second collection of poetry building upon the more youthful and romantic verses of his 2002 collection titled Bull Head.