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A new book: Stirling
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Category: 

Biography

Publisher:  self Type: 
Pages: 

75


Non-Fiction

A rewarding tale of faith, hope and especially love



Started jan 14th Jan in the year 2011

                   STIRLING, SEAN and craig

A rewarding tale of faith, hope and especially love

Plot:

Deep coma (Stirling)

* quest trying to find the unknown author (Stirling's favourite), because the father is convinced that if he can bring author (and dog) to his comatose son's bedside, a miracle will occur. Sets out to find the one person he believes will be able to help his son come out of his coma and get better.

A story (perhaps even true) of a highly intelligent family, and a mother, a son and a daughter with vivid imaginations.

There are various threads in the story:

* the father (who was actively involved in WW II) was much later in life inspired by the unknown author's anti-war stance and inspiritional and empowering writings.

* Essentially stories of love: father - son and son - father
son - father - mother - sister- brother

...and all of them for an unknown author

* mental health profession ("we don't know what more we can do for you, so take a pill and disappear"??)

In short, it's a story about hope, plain and simple!

PEACE

Easy-going NARRATIVE, which weaves, dodges and dives.

                         *
FOR MY SONS

Watching children grow
is like threatening the ivy
            to climb the garden wall.
You wait for it to happen
you hurry it along with love.
But still you're disappointed
at giving someone life enough
to walk off on their own
and not be carried in your arms.
   You never turn back - not once,
and yet one day they've grown apart
                          or taller         
               It's all the same.

Polly put the kettle on, we'll all have tea.
Giving love to children
has made us older overnight.

Rod McKune


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Started jan 14th Jan in the year 2011

STIRLING, SEAN and craig

A rewarding tale of faith, hope and especially love

Plot:

Deep coma (Stirling)

* quest trying to find the unknown author (Stirling's favourite), because the father is convinced that if he can bring author (and dog) to his comatose son's bedside, a miracle will occur. Sets out to find the one person he believes will be able to help his son come out of his coma and get better.

A story (perhaps even true) of a highly intelligent family, and a mother, a son and a daughter with vivid imaginations.

There are various threads in the story:

* the father (who was actively involved in WW II) was much later in life inspired by the unknown author's anti-war stance and inspiritional and empowering writings.

* Essentially stories of love: father - son and son - father
son - father - mother - sister- brother

...and all of them for an unknown author

* mental health profession ("we don't know what more we can do for you, so take a pill and disappear"??)

In short, it's a story about hope, plain and simple!

PEACE

Easy-going NARRATIVE, which weaves, dodges and dives.

*
FOR MY SONS

Watching children grow
is like threatening the ivy
to climb the garden wall.
You wait for it to happen
you hurry it along with love.
But still you're disappointed
at giving someone life enough
to walk off on their own
and not be carried in your arms.
You never turn back - not once,
and yet one day they've grown apart
or taller
It's all the same.

Polly put the kettle on, we'll all have tea.
Giving love to children
has made us older overnight.

Rod McKune

A Tribute to Ernest Hemingway




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