By Sheila Moon A brave book of poetry that confronts individuals and God in terms of realities of the universe and finds neither God nor human lacking. She exhorts the reader: "O let us build life from all loneliness, lay it on mountains for the stars to bless!" Published by Golden Quill Press, 1975 $5.50 Hardcover ISBN 0-8233-0222-9 79 pages; 5-1/2" x 8"
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- By Sheila Moon Finally within one volume, a harvest of poems representing one facet of the versatile Sheila Moon - poet, analyst, educator, author of novels as well as works on psychology and religion. Through the collection of previously published poems, along with 29 new ones in a section entitled "Simple Road, Silent Door," she lets us venture into her richly imaged inner world as well as look out, though her eyes, to the world of Earth's natural "miracles" of seasons and creatures. Few other poets are as at home describing inner soul realities and outer natural ones with such insight, awe and consummate poetic skill. Published by Golden Quill Press, 1985 $17.00 Hardcover ISBN 0-8233-0414-0 407 pages; 5-1/2" x 8"
- By Sheila Moon The life of Jesus of Nazareth is retold in this masterful collection of modern poems. Unique indeed is her picture of the man who so richly influenced the last 2,000 years of western history yet who has been misunderstood for most of that time. These poems are the fruit of her many years of study of the synoptic Gospels, her travels in Israel, her deep insight into the figure of Jesus; his land and time, his companions, his message and his destiny. Published by Golden Quill Press, 1972 $9.95 Hardcover ISBN 0-8233-0172-9 63 pages; 5-1/2" x 8"
- By Sheila Moon A collection of poetry in three parts; in two of these, the poet speaks of the mysteries of Christmas as well as crucial questions for our times. In the third, she gives her deeply personal response to the Christmas experience. A book to keep our own experience of this season alive all year long. Republished by the Guild for Psychological Studies Publishing House, 1991 $5.50 Paper 44 pages; 5-1/2" x 8"
- By Sheila Moon Last words, final songs, summations and beginnings. Republished by the Guild for Psychological Studies Publishing House, 1991 $5.50 Paper 48 pages; 5-1/2" x 8"
- By Sheila Moon "Poems, like rivers, are journeys . . ." and to read Songs for Wanderers is indeed to experience with Sheila Moon such things as "a dinosaur ant lumbering upslope through tall grass trees" in a prevailing atmosphere of unpretentiousness and gratitude for "a microscopic piece of time" spent on earth. Published by Golden Quill Press, 1978 (Awarded the Silver Medal for poetry by the Commonwealth Club of California in the same year.) $5.50 Hardcover ISBN 0-8233-0287-3 80 pages; 5-1/2" x 8"