Soular Souldier - 'poems on the road to love' - is a soulful collection of 114 Chay Tana poems from 1970 to 2007. Here's one soulful sample which also appears on the back cover of the paperback, plus a middle verse from the voluptuous title poem:
'In the Garden' Did you see the garden fair Where lovers weave songs in the air, The golden symbol's resting place The lonely souldier's dream?
We passed through there And for a brief and happy moment We found we were that beauty.
Did you see the garden there Where we first loved When someone cared?
Some people called it the common But to me it was Shangri-La.
excerpt from 'Soular Souldier': ... Somewhere there's a sun rising And he wants to be there where she is. Her golden home There Then Reflects her golden glow Reflects her own horizon She clasps her heart about the sun And sings of the soul who needs her:
"Woodsman woodwind piper playing Wonder where you sleep at night All alone you wander wildly Restless heart you carry mildly Wonder why you smile so loudly Wonder why no tears are seen." ...