“A JOURNEY THROUGH LIFE with Wisdom to Share” is a special collection of powerful poems and prose about, Wisdom, Human Rights, Freedom, Peace, Friendship, Civil Rights, Love, Romance, War and Human Conditions, created from deep within the mind and soul of NOHEMI MOLANO LEWIS.

Nohemí Molano Lewis writes Prose, Free Verse, Narratives and Sonnets.  Her powerful poetry reflects wishes for freedom among countries, nations and people.  Also she describes and analyzes the many roles a woman plays in her life as Daughter, Sister, Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Great-grandmother and Friend.  In addition Nohemí writes about Ideas, Dreams, Issues and Wars.  Through her poetry, Nohemí conveys the tenderness she feels for her children and all those she loves, whether they are family or friends.

Nohemí offers the reader an opportunity to experience her innocent, sincere and profound work as a Laureate Latin-American Poet.  She comes with a tremendous reputation for being an outstanding writer and novelist (Colombina Searching for Happiness).  Her poems provide a mirror for the reader to reflect and contemplate.  In this collection, the famous author even delights us with a few poems in French and Spanish.

Nohemí’s poetry surprises us with the mother-son question about the mystery of motherhood in her poem “WHERE, SON, DID YOU COME FROM” and his special questions from his inner child, concerning the unknown and mysterious.  In her poem GOLDEN BUTTERFLY his inner child observes a chrysalis transforming to a Golden Butterfly.  Nohemí express:  “Dear son, we perceive, in some moments of our lives, when something dies or finishes, there is an Untouched Life, Full of color, returning to us Golden Peace”.

In her poem WITHOUT TEARS to her brother, who was very lonely, Nohemí wrote “Make an effort, dear brother, Smile… Raise your blue eyes, toward the forest, the prairies and the sky.  Go and sing with the birds!”

In ALL I NEEDED, WAS FAITH as a mother, encouraging her daughter to have faith by helping her understand the fact that “Changes in life, are necessary to grow”.

 
SPECIAL POEMS OF WISDOM

Civil Rights  YES I KNOW, BUT In this poem the author talks about learning experiences from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and ideals about Civil Rights, avoiding Hate and Fear, and to Truly Love.

Human/Constitutional Rights  AWARENESS.  The author, explains in this sentimental and wonderful poetry, about Corporations as artificial persons, and humanity’s efforts to reclaim Human Rights.              

My Freedom/Speaking Up  MY VOICE.  In the poet’s own life, she talks about her freedom and rights as a woman, as a wife and, as a mother.

Peace and Freedom  GRIEVING FOR PEACE.  Sentimental poetry, about her previous country, Colombia.

Peace and Freedom  GRANT ME THE CHANCE.   Poem, expressing her feelings about Peace and Freedom proclaiming liberty for Colombian’s husbands, daughters and sons.

Peace Movement  MY LTTLE LIGHT.  Poetry, about the Peaceful Occupy Movement, marching down Broadway with Pete Seeger’s voice, reclaiming Peace.

These sentimental poems remind us about the different occasions in life, when human beings have the right to speak up for Peace, Freedom, and Human Rights.


POEMS ABOUT WARS

Nohemi sadly expresses PAIN and HOPE in her poem MY HERO, to her son, regarding the confused war, with sentimental thoughts and hope toward him.  In this poem you hear her voice on war, when her son was in Vietnam.  War poetry is universal.  War is War, Pain is Pain, Loss is Loss, Hope is Hope; these themes rarely change, only the names of battles, countries, or the people involved.  Our greatest poetic masterpieces from Homer’s Iliad to several of Shakespeare’s plays are, essentially War poems.   


LOVE POEMS

“Using the right tone of voice to express love is an important aspect of mastering the genre.  We think of it simply as the sound you hear on the page when you read a poem.  For beginning poets, love poetry is synonymous with a passionate outpouring, a saying, and surrender to the emotion.  However, the greater the extent of passion, the more appropriate it is to control such energy” says Ruth Daigon, who has published hundreds of love poems.  In Nohemi’s SOLSTICE, you do not hear passionate outpouring… they are a living an experience with tenderness and control of energy.

And from her MOTHERS AND GRANDMOTHERS POEMS  in SIBONEY, her poem to her granddaughter, Nohemi gives us fun remembrances about her as a Grandmother and as a Great-grandmother.


“A JOURNEY THROUGH LIFE with Wisdom to Share” is a special collection of powerful poems and prose about, Wisdom, Human Rights, Freedom, Peace, Friendship, Civil Rights, Love, Romance, War and Human Conditions, created from deep within the mind and soul of NOHEMI MOLANO LEWIS.

Nohemí Molano Lewis writes Prose, Free Verse, Narratives and Sonnets.  Her powerful poetry reflects wishes for freedom among countries, nations and people.  Also she describes and analyzes the many roles a woman plays in her life as Daughter, Sister, Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Great-grandmother and Friend.  In addition Nohemí writes about Ideas, Dreams, Issues and Wars.  Through her poetry, Nohemí conveys the tenderness she feels for her children and all those she loves, whether they are family or friends.

Nohemí offers the reader an opportunity to experience her innocent, sincere and profound work as a Laureate Latin-American Poet.  She comes with a tremendous reputation for being an outstanding writer and novelist (Colombina Searching for Happiness).  Her poems provide a mirror for the reader to reflect and contemplate.  In this collection, the famous author even delights us with a few poems in French and Spanish.

Nohemí’s poetry surprises us with the mother-son question about the mystery of motherhood in her poem “WHERE, SON, DID YOU COME FROM” and his special questions from his inner child, concerning the unknown and mysterious.  In her poem GOLDEN BUTTERFLY his inner child observes a chrysalis transforming to a Golden Butterfly.  Nohemí express:  “Dear son, we perceive, in some moments of our lives, when something dies or finishes, there is an Untouched Life, Full of color, returning to us Golden Peace”.

In her poem WITHOUT TEARS to her brother, who was very lonely, Nohemí wrote “Make an effort, dear brother, Smile… Raise your blue eyes, toward the forest, the prairies and the sky.  Go and sing with the birds!”

In ALL I NEEDED, WAS FAITH as a mother, encouraging her daughter to have faith by helping her understand the fact that “Changes in life, are necessary to grow”.

 


Nohemí is one of twelve children from a third generation Colombian family.  Her grandparents emigrated from Tyrol, Austria.  She was born on the remote mountain plantation her father named El Tyrol, which he hacked out of the jungle.  Her family moved to El Salado, a small village in El Tolima.  After the murder of her father, killed because he was only trying to vote, her mother and children moved to Ibagué, then to Bogotá, capital of Colombia.  Nohemí received her early education in Colombia and later struggled for more after she took her children to the United States after they were abandoned by their father’s family.  She studied poetry in her hometown in Colombia under the direction of the Poet Laureate Luz Stella.

  She was the Special Assistant to the President of the Colombian Supreme Court, Dr. José Antonio Caycedo, when she started learning about injustices and abuses in her country.

 Nohemí legally immigrated to the United States in 1963, where as a single parent she raised her family of three children Herbert, Joe and Mary.  Nohemí sponsored Resident Visas for her sister Martha and niece Patricia to join her in the United States.  She taught and was a Dean at several colleges, translated legislation and news to Spanish for various Governors and DMV Directors of California, and televised it throughout the State.  She was a Television Director and Talk Show Host and aired radio programs in San José, Costa Rica, Los Angeles and Sacramento, California.  Nohemí was loaned by various Governors to The Office of Emergency Services, OES, as well as the Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA, for several years, providing information through the media, to the Spanish-speaking community, during disasters earthquakes, floods, and fires.

 Her Spanish Poetry work, Semblanzas y Recuerdos, was published by California State University, Sacramento, and distributed throughout the United States as a Literature Text for Graduate Students.

 Nohemí's poetry reflects her love for both her countries Colombia and the United States.  Her poetry is full of excitement, energy, vivid imagery, and colors anyone can relate to with excitement.  Nohemí takes us through her exquisite poetry with intimate feelings and unforgettable characters every step along each adventurous journey.

 Nohemí received many awards publishing her poems through various United States organizations.  She published her Spanish adventure novel Colombina Buscando la Felicidad, which is being well received in the international literary market.  Now Colombina Searching for Happiness in English, as well as French, will be available soon.  A Journey Through Life with Wisdom to Share contains special poems of wisdom giving us insight, and if we to take the time to use this opportunity to focus our attention inward and locate our inner peace, each of us on our own personal journey can apply this Wisdom and Share it with others, and if done properly will eventually reshape humanity and the planet.

 

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