A Rhythm of Life

      Patricia L Graham
A Rhythm of Life

This is a poetic compilation which includes some prose and is somewhat autobiographical in nature. It spans from childhood to present day so has some mature themes, making it suitable from young teens up. It is a journey which I invite you to embark on. There is a definite spiritual context running through it. It is best read in HTML and PDF format for the foreseeable future. ThanksWell time has come again to let you know that Nick Klaus is still struggling to find his way out of the Grand Library of Books United. This new adventure takes him straight to the heart of the Incurable jumblelium. Now, I know what you are going to say, what on earth could an incurable jumblelium be? The answer is easy. An incurable jumblelium is basically a jumblelium that cannot be cured. Here to whet your appetite, and don't go thinking that you can eat a jumblelium, especially if it is incurable, he is willing to give you a couple of sample chapters. A little wink of sort, he sends your way. Have fun. Perhaps you can find the way out for him, and if you do, please write to me at once, because more than anyone in the universe, I cannot wait to meet him. Nick Klaus also asks me to warn you that he will not be held responsible if you feel confused during the reading of this new adventure. In order to prevent such a tragic fate, which would certainly happen if you got trapped in the jumblelium, he recommends that you read some of his previous attempts to escape, at least read “Nick Klaus and the Room of the Lost Footsteps.” This is only way, he tells me, to prevent such a dreadful and unwelcome state from seizing you (or so he gracefully confided in me) . . .
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