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The Connection Helene Montessigny-Clement

The Connection

Helene Montessigny-Clement

Published September 30th 2009
ISBN : 9781426917240
Paperback
108 pages
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Meadowlarks Song Laying in the grass and listening Communicating with the universe My life is full of good feelings The moment I see a meadowlark I do not feel alone The cosmic exchange of words The meadowlarks singing, relentlessly up above GuidingMoreMeadowlarks Song Laying in the grass and listening Communicating with the universe My life is full of good feelings The moment I see a meadowlark I do not feel alone The cosmic exchange of words The meadowlarks singing, relentlessly up above Guiding me, watching over me I take this greatest gift in Locked deeply in my soul Never wanting to forget it Forever drawing it in my memory Helene Montessigny-Clements writing is dedicated to every reader regardless of age, gender, or race. Her in-depth poetry is unique- it is specific to the 19th as well as the 20th century. The Connection is about Polands heroic history- it portrays timeless portraits of Jozef Pilsudski and the late Pope John Paul II. It brings Polands history into the international forum: the uprisings of 1831, 1863, World War I, and World War II. The authors love of nature, both the Canadian Prairie and Polands countryside, the place of her childhood, is vivid throughout the poetry. Her poetry also takes a great deal of inspiration from Chopins timeless music and she dedicates her poems to this greatest composer of the modern era, especially as the 200th anniversary of his birth approaches. It is written in both English and Polish. Helene Montessigny-Clement emigrated from Poland to Canada in the early 1980s. She was educated in Poland earning a University degree and raised her family in rural Saskatchewan, Canada. The vastness and overwhelming beauty of the Great Canadian Prairies has provided lasting impressions and inspiration for writing.