Some Kiss We Want: Poems Selected and New
"This is a mature and indispensable mystical masterpiece by our most resplendent mystical poet. "
~ Andrew Harvey, Author of Turn Me to Gold: 108 Poems of Kabir
"The poetry of Dorothy Walters is rich with wisdom and heart and the wordsmith’s skill, but most importantly it has presence. Each poem rings in the mind and works a strange alchemy in the soul, leaving us giddy and hungry for the secret contact of spirit and body. Some kiss indeed!"
~ Ivan Granger, editor, Poetry Chaikhana, Real Thirst, Poetry of the Spiritual Journey: The Longing In Between, Sacred Poetry from Around the World
"Dorothy Walters has the heart and vision of a mystic and is rooted firmly in the ecstatic tradition, where the divine overflows into daily life. Her poems invite us into this holy mystery, kindling deep joy and love in her readers. Reading her poems becomes and act of prayer itself, inviting us to slow down and savor what is already within."
~ Christine Valters Paintner, PHD, author of 7 books on spirituality and the arts
"Dorothy Walters’ poetry is inspired, arising from a deep immersion in her own awakened heart. Let her words resonate with your own heart."
~ Sally Kempton, author, Meditation for the Love of It; Awakening Shakti
Dorothy Walters, Ph.D., spent most of her early professional life as a professor of English literature in various Midwestern universities. She helped to found one of the first women’s studies programs in this country and served as the director of this program for many years. She underwent major Kundalini awakening in 1981, a phenomenon totally unfamiliar to her as well as to most of her contemporaries at the time. Since then she has devoted her life to researching and writing about this subject and to witnessing the unfolding of this process within herself as well as assisting others on a similar path through writing and other means.
- Paperback: 336 pages
- Publisher: Emergence Education (September 15, 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0999565877
- ISBN-13: 978-0999565872
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds