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A New Romanticism.

A New Romanticism

Andrew Chavez

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Now in a new edition updated and revised by author Andrew Chavez, A New Romanticism is a selection of prose and poetry offering thoughtful reflection to challenge the core tenets of religious and secular thinkers alike. Written especially to draw attention to underutilized yet remarkably powerful and profound human attributes, A New Romanticism explores the profound emotions of hope and despair, the majesty of the natural world, the glacial flow of time, and the twin cycles of creation and destruction. "That God Has Been Pronounced": That God has been pronounced dead / Does not delete or otherwise make it unnecessary / To attend to what are called higher laws or higher powers / Because the death of God / Is merely the death of a misinterpretation. / The sources that inspired the misinterpretation / Are still with us and very active. // Higher laws. / Higher powers. // Belief. / Faith. / Trust. // But nothing is enough. / Nothing is ever enough.
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