An Ascended Spirit
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Vincelles is a collection of emotional poems about family and life. What were some themes you wanted to capture while writing your poetry?
Some of the themes I wanted to capture while writing my poetry are the values of family heritage; how energy, spirit, love and light transcend a person; being connected to your identity and your inner self; and finally having a sense of purpose that has a path you are in synchronicity with.
Your great grandfather was a significant person in founding the Vincelles village. How old were you when you really started to appreciate this and how has it affected you?
I was about eighteen when I came of age to recognize what history I had in my family’s lineage. I have a sense of deep pride in the contributions my great grandfather made to the village of Vincelles. The fact that when Vincelles created its coat of arms they placed a feather in the bottom left corner to represent his life of service instills me with honour. Vincelles has translated my poem Vincelles into French which appears in my book Little Angels and has placed it beside its coat of arms in Vincelle’s city hall which is a great tribute to me. This has affected my life to inspire me to higher heights.
My favorite poem from this collection is Beckoning Resonation. What is your favorite poem from this book?
My favourite poem in Vincelles is Marks What We Become because this in its essence is how I see myself becoming an ascended spirit.
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Posted on August 30, 2020, in Interviews and tagged Alex Chornyj, author, author interview, book, book review, bookblogger, ebook, goodreads, kindle, kobo, literature, nook, poem, poetry, read, reader, reading, story, Vincelles, writer, writing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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