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A Particle of You–Love Poems

The world could definitely use more love poetry right now. A Particle of You by Cendrine Marrouat and David Ellis fits the bill


In this new collection from well-established authors Cendrine Marrouat and David Ellis, enjoy a series of love poems delicately crafted to stimulate emotional and endearing aspects of our deep connections with each other.

Cendrine and David have selected poems for this volume that perfectly capture feelings and nuances relating to romantic notions. They explore how love can fundamentally shape and change you, how it can feed your innermost muses/desires and ultimately how it can define you as a person, if you fully embrace it with every fibre of your being.

Love need not be scary or complicated. This collection shows us that even the simplest of intimate gestures can mean more to us when speaking from the heart and soul.

Here’s a sample:

The Garden Beyond the Looking Glass 

(Inspired by the Greek Fable The Magician’s Horse) 

Once upon a time 

There, in a large forest 

Beneath the stars at night 

Stood a trace of human life 

A living soul, with hunger and thirst 

Lost in the flame of a fire, flickering 

A glow spoke from it 

Pure gold in a looking glass 

Smouldering ruins, discovered, heard 

Behind a mirror, there was nothing to lose 

The sound of the earth, answered 

“Fly once more and see the way!” 

We must look back again behind us 

When not able to advance, retrace steps 

Hear the twinkling, the water, the fizz 

Gather it, open a door of promise 

Let anyone see and set out through beautiful paths 

Everything loved from that moment, celebrated 

Not to be left behind

You will find the sun glittering, in all directions 

A rose in rebellion, disguised as a garden 

Where the right of nothing but ‘be themselves’ is good enough 

Be a hero for many and see a reward embroidered within

Author Biography:

Cendrine Marrouat is a poet, photographer, author, and creator of literary forms. She has released more than 40 books, including Tree Reflections (2022), In Her Own Words: A Collection of Short Stories & Flashku (2022), After the Fires of Day: Haiku Inspired by Kahlil Gibran & Alphonse de Lamartine (2021), Songs in Our Paths: Haiku & Photography (2020-2021), and In the Silence of Words: A Three-Act Play (2018). 

Cendrine’s work has appeared in many publications. She is the creator of the Sixku, Flashku, Sepigram, Vardhaku, and Reminigram.

David Ellis is a poet, multi-genre writer/author and co-creator of literary forms, with a fondness for found poetry. 

He has released several poetry collections including Life, Sex & Death (which won an Inspirational Poetry Award), Soul Music the Colour of MagicLemons, Vinegar & Unvarnished TruthsSee A Dream Within (based on the entire collected poetic works of Edgar Allan Poe), along with a Fifty Shades of Grey parody 50 Shapes of Cakes

Think of him like a thriller novel – fast paced, relentless and impossible to put down!

Cendrine and David are the founders of Auroras & Blossoms, a platform dedicated to positive and inspirational creativity. Its flagship publication, the PoArtMo Anthology has given a voice to artists ages 13 and over from around the world for the last three years. 

Cendrine and David have co-authored many books together, including Seizing the Bygone Light: A Tribute to Early Photography (2021) and Rhythm Flourishing: A Collection of Kindku and Sixku (2020). They have also created several poetry forms: the Kindku, the Pareiku, and the Hemingku.

Website: https://abpositiveart.com  

Email: info@abpositiveart.com 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ab_positiveart  

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abpositiveart

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