Craddock has taken themes of nature, time, cosmic consciousness, mysticism, transcendentalism, personalism (which Walt Whitman explored in his esteemed volume of poetry Leaves of Grass) and has pursued their meaning with contemporary scientific discoveries. There are tides in nature and tides in human societies, countries, and civilizations that embrace, interact, or reject changing perspectives of nature.
Eagles Soar on High Thermals highlights and explores individual and social awareness sown into contemporary and past perceptions of life and nature. The reader will embark upon a fascinating, refreshing journey into nature encompassed within the cosmic galactic to the microscopic ecosystems of life from natural landscapes to human interactive sentiment and viewpoints of lifestyles, merging into mystic perceptions.
This is a must-read for inquisitive minds desiring to pursue poetic expression, thoughts engaging with insights into enduring mysteries of life and nature.
About the Author
Terence Craddock studied Renaissance, romantic, Augustan, Victorian, and twentieth-century poetry at Canterbury University. His nature poetry is unique, contemplative, and diverse, penned with a painter’s constructed tone symmetry light shade, an appreciative love of inspiring nature. He has lived in Istanbul, Turkey, in Jakarta, Indonesia, and now in New Zealand.