Watching The River Flow By: Selected Poems

by Robert Trabold


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/15/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 132
ISBN : 9781504362696
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Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 132
ISBN : 9781504362719
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Page Count : 132
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About the Book

"Bob Trabold's poetry is reflective of the rich life he lives.  His work powerfully yet gently centers on the spiritual core and peaceful aspects of human existence.  His poems are thought-provoking, insightful and most of all inspiring." Tone Bellizzi, Director, Davault Artists' Café

"Robert Trabold  masterful style of his long-awaited collection ‘Watching the River Flow By: Selected Poems"...with a poetic voice ...blends with that of the Endless River. With liquid poems, meditation, haikus, spirituality travel through the landscape of Europe translating artifacts of words bringing that verse back into the 21st century."

"...Drifting back to the days of his youth, standing up for civil rights anti-war and nukes, the environment and other social  injustices - his poetic eye comes full circle back on the road to the shore of the ancient river returning back to the ocean of time and the cosmic journey." James Romano, Performance Poets Assoc. of Long Island


About the Author

Robert Trabold, Ph.D. lives in New York City, has a varied academic background, speaks 5-6 languages and has done much work on social and religious issues with people and immigrants in urban America. He writes various kinds of poetry and some have been published in Soul Fountain, Newsletter Marie de l’Incarnation, Newsletter Therese Neumann, Antarctica Journal, Ravens Bread, Contemplative Link and on HYPERLINK “http://www.contemplativepath.com” www.contemplativepath.com. He has a blog www.bobtrabold.com and each month posts a contemplative poem with an article on meditation, silence, pilgrimages, etc. He is a social activist and participates in various movements to promote more peace and justice in the world.