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· The Nature of Life

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· Eric and the Enchanted Leaf: When Earth Grows Warmer

· Copper Country Chronicler: The Best of J.W. Nara

· Living on Sisu: The 1913 Union Copper Strike Tragedy

· Eric and the Enchanted Leaf: A Night with Echo

· Eric and the Enchanted Leaf: A Visit with Canis Lupis

· The Chronicles of Henry Roach-Dairier: The Re-creation of Roacheria

· The Chronicles of Henry Roach-Dairier: New South Dairy Colony 50

· The Chronicles of Henry Roach-Dairier: To Build a Tunnel


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· New South Dairy Colony 50

· To Build A Tunnel


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· Teacher Resources for Living on Sisu

· Teaching Unit: A Night with Echo

· Affording an Author Visit on a Tight School Budget

· Integrated Unit for Eric and the Enchanted Leaf: A Visit with Canis Lupis


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· Twilight

· Autum's Ardor

· Ice Sculptor

· Honey Bee

· Ancient Wisdom

· Geology of Life

· Mosquito

· Home Town

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  Fantasy's Front Door
by Deborah K. Frontiera
Sunday, September 04, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.

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A photo helps one see, think, and find a poem within. This scene inspires one's mind to the possibilities of fantasy.
This poem appears on page 53 of Deborah's new book, The Nature of Life.


The huge conifer clings to the stream bank Passing water left its mighty roots exposed Twisted and curving pillars of strength Foundation of a world reaching into depths unknown Shadowed creatures call, "Come in . . ." Who or what dwells here? Water Rat from The Wind in the Willows? A gnome of Narnia? Orks? Or the foot of an Ent in Middle Earth? A place Harry Potter's friends fear? Yoda's abode on the Bog Planet? Or . . . some character whose tale has yet to be told? Whether one sees a haven from dark forces Or the entrance to the villain's lair Lies in the individual's imagination   

 


Award-winning Author/Speaker for Children and Adults Deborah K. Frontiera


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Reviewed by Connie Faust 4/12/2012
The arms of this tree reach out and grasp, just as the words of your poetry reach out and grasp the mind of the reader. You must be wonderful with children, the way you can challenge them to imagine!

Connie
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 7/21/2009
Awesome picture, and very interesting write! One's imagination could indeed conjure creatures from other worlds. Loved it!

Anna
Reviewed by Ken Chartrand 1/14/2009
Hi Deborah, I read your poem,"Fantasy's Front Door". I found the words you used to discribe the thoughts that may occur to one who would come across such a wonderful tree,so rightand full of wonder themselves. Well done. Please feel free to visit my site here in the 'Den'.
Reviewed by alejapoet@aol.com Bennett 6/14/2006
IT WAS A PLEASURE TO READ SUCH FINE WORK.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 5/5/2006
I love the way you expressed this, Deborah. I am a huge fan of "Lord of the Rings" and "Harry Potter." I've been accused of never having grown up. Oh well. Mayhaps that's why I love your poem so much. It's all good. Love and peace to you and thank you,

Regis
Reviewed by Martin Hebert 11/30/2005
~Deborah~very cool~

~~martin~~
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