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by Margaret (Meg) Coyle Irsay,Ray Takuji Sato


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In her first published collection, Margaret Coyle Irsay combines her written poems with beautiful photographic images of these same poems expressed through movement. Together they form an artifact of her ongoing intention to live consciously and witness for Love in the world.

In her first published collection, Margaret Coyle Irsay combines her written poems with beautiful photographic images of these same poems expressed through movement. Exquisitely produced, this book is a hand engraved invitation to join her in the dance of Love without conditions.

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Author: Margaret (Meg) Coyle Irsay. In her first published collection, Margaret Coyle Irsay combines her written poems with beautiful photographic images of these same poems expressed through movement. Together they form an artifact of her ongoing intention to live consciously and witness for Love in the world Sinc, The Incredible Behind The Scenes Story Of The Sinclair Stevens Investigation.

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According to an online webpage spiritandplace. In 2011 she released a new book of poetry, the second volume of her self-published series Words Collected on the Road to Silence. org, Margaret Coyle Irsay (Meg) was born in Arlington Heights, Ill. in 1960. She is the sixth child of eight born to Ruth and Ed Coyle. She attended Illinois Institute of Technology, Northern Illinois University and Southern Methodist University. That same year she raised more than an eye-brow when she after an intense two-year self-study she cut all of her hair. This led people to believe she was sick to what she had to come clean about and say it was her own choice.

The book begins with Sal relating how he came to know Dean. Dean had been released from a reform school prison and had come to New York to take part in its artistic and intellectual scene. Sal is enamored with Dean; he is a frenetic madman with a lust for alcohol, drugs, and women that is equally matched by his lust for living. Dean's energy sets off Sal's own desires for adventure and exploration, so after Dean returns to his hometown of Denver, Sal decides to set out on his own journey to meet up with his friends.

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I am sorry to have disturbed yo. He turned to walk away, but before he could take his first step, Rebecca heard the words leave her mouth. A short time later, she heard yet another knock on the door

I am sorry to have disturbed yo. A short time later, she heard yet another knock on the door. Dropping what she was doing, she went to the door to find the Colonel with a cloth sack in his hands.

You don't know me, margaret, but I know you. ' Well, this upset the lady and it gave her the blues So she called up the police, said 'what shall I do? ' The chief of detectives came round to her home And eavesdropped upon them on her upstairs phone 'it's me again, margaret.

In her first published collection, Margaret Coyle Irsay combines her written poems with beautiful photographic images of these same poems expressed through movement. Together they form an artifact of her ongoing intention to live consciously and witness for Love in the world. Exquisitely produced, this book is a hand engraved invitation to join her in the dance of Love without conditions.

Comments: (2)

Anen
Meg Irsay is an amazing soul. She dances through this world with grace and love.

Now, with her thoughts in print, she has given the world an amazing gift. They are messages of truth that each person can receive in their own way. Each time I read a passage, it speaks to me in a different way.

Messages to Me is a gift that you give to yourself and then share with others.

Indeed, they are messages from up above.
Fonceiah
This book is a gloriously naked celebration of Spirituality and Love as the breath of daily life. It weaves poetry, prayer, prose and photographs into a tapestry that can appear like finest silk from one direction, and the roughest homespun from another. There is an uneven quality to the poetry that annoyed me at first because it didn't fit with the expectations I created based on the lovely feel and visual appeal of the book. Reading and pondering a bit more, I realized that the seeming incongruity between the words and the visual impact of the book were similar to my own state-of-self when engaging a new experience. The exterior is poised, polished, visually appealing. The interior is raw, sometimes rumpled and sometimes radiant. The book was simply reflecting my own reality so clearly that I nearly missed it.

The author, Meg Coyle, greets readers in the beginning of the book by saying, "I will leave it to you to follow whatever movement brought this book into your hands and invite you to let it into your heart. It was written from mine, hoping to find yours." Moving through my annoyance that my (completely unrealistic!) expectations weren't being met, I found the opportunity to witness a woman's heart opening to me in a genuine gesture of generosity and compassion. What will you find? In the author's words, "The invitation has been issued to each of us to cross the line we have drawn in our lives between what we think we know, and move at last, into the larger wisdom that is always calling us."
Messages to Me: Words Collected on the Road to Silence download epub
Author: Margaret (Meg) Coyle Irsay,Ray Takuji Sato
ISBN: 0978946804
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: One Body Book; 1st edition (January 2, 2007)
Pages: 125 pages