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      Poetry

      $14.00

      Hardcover, 103 pages.  "The plays presented here in book form range from the lightest fantasy in Happy Monday, through a portrait-study of a woman, the young widow of a farmer, in Singing Threshold; simple storytelling in The Bridge, to a...

      $8.00

      by Josephine Esther Ross. Softcover, 108 pages.Second Edition. Josephine met Meher Baba during his first visit to America at Harmon-on-the-Hudson in November 1931, and many of the poems in this book result from that meeting. In June, 1937, she married...

      $25.95

      by Rick M. Chapman. Hardcover, 80 pages (Heavy art paper illustrated in full color). Published 2011. From the Forward: “I heard God laughing at the attempts of so many of us trying to translate the poetry of a 14th-century Perfect...

      $2.00

      by John Mijac. Booklet, 41 pages. Another great collection of poems devoted to Avatar Meher Baba.

      $20.00

      Softcover, 138 pages.  A New Collection of One Hundred and Thirty Eight Ghazals by Bhau Kalahari.  “In Sun Rays, Bhau speaks directly to his Beloved and occasionally to the ‘people of the world’. Regardless of whether Bhau is praising or complaining to...

      $29.95

      by Marla Faith. Story by Meher Baba and Hafiz. Softcover, 57 pages. Size 8-1/2 x 11”Art and poetry by Marla Faith and guests. A short parable by Hafiz is retold by Meher Baba, and then illustrated with colored pencil drawings...

      $15.00

      by Francis Brabazon. Hardcover, 50 pages. Poetry and eloquent prose about the 1962 darshan in Poona.

      $12.00

      Poems to the Divine Beloved. by Brian Darnell. Softcover, 175 pages. Part I - The PathPart II - WinePart III - DevotionPart IV - Surrender See also A Jewel in the Dust, another great collection by the Brian Darnell.

      $5.00

      by Michael DaCosta. Pamphlet, 82 pages. A collection of writings, stories, poems, and anecdotes, including the text of a talk Michael on the theme of Meher Baba and counseling.

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      by Craig Ian Ruff. Softcover, 115 pages. From Craig Ruff’s introduction:“The Moment Within is not a poem or a story. It is an unveiling of hidden life… each one of the 411 entries that are collected here came unexpectedly. They...

      $16.00

      Selected Poems of Rumi. Softcover, 117 pages. Compiled by Daniel Ladinsky.

      $10.00

      60 Wild and Sweet Poems of Hafiz. Version by Daniel Ladinsky. Paperback 67 pages. “A poet is someone who can pour light into a cup, then raise it to nourish your beautiful parched, holy mouth.” —Hafiz

      $10.00

      Poems of Two Continents. by Nancy Wall. Softcover, 46 pages. “With love and gratitude to all the Mandali of Avatar Meher Baba and to my extended families both here and in India, particularly to Dara and Amrit Irani for their...

      $12.00

      Softcover, 142 pages.  The Well at World's EndMax Reif Max Reif lives across San Francisco Bay from the city, and for years has taught, played music, and done "dramatic readings" of children's picture books for the pre-schoolers at Meher/White Pony...

      $15.00

      by Irma Sheppard. Softcover, 86 pages. The Well of Longing is a book of poems which trace from the author's childhood through adulthood and into senior years, a time span of seventy years, the stepping stones leading toward increased awareness,...

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      by Francis Brabazon. Softcover, 78 pages, Published 1971. A volume of matchless poetry by the one called "Baba's Poet."

      $23.95

      By Mickey Karger. Hardcover, 146 pages. I am the great Rememberer and Forgetter.In one life I slay you in childhood, in another I grow you into an old man;in both, before the beginning of each, I wipe the memory away.I...

      $8.00

      The Advent of Avatar Meher Baba. Poems by Michael Mathias. Softcover, 61 pages.

      $10.00

      Softcover, 130 pages.  Poems by Jeff Wolverton and Bob Jaeger. Delightful and fun, each page has a poem by one of them, faced by a poem from the other. “Bob and Jeff have written modern poetry here— not the sonnets...