A Poet Asks “What is your EGO-logical Footprint?”

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In a new allegorical tale about being part of a rising consciousness, author Liz Longo maintains there can be a "masterpeace." In her new book, The Bird and Its Albatross, Longo discusses how mankind can intuitively help one another to resolve issues to not remain one's own, or another's, arduous albatross. "Creating calm - celebrate civility." says Longo.

Using birds of Australia to glide one along a poetic path to unravel a soul’s, a poet is writes for the progression of peaceful ways.

A work of art and literature to remind us of humanity's greatest attributes; the work serves to kindle a warm soul. Images were created in acrylic, gouache and ink on paper by the artist author. A simple narrative meets classic poetry, haiku, tanka, limerick, Italian sonnet, English sonnet and free form poetry.

In a juxtaposition, allowing nature a voice to reflect on the actions of humanity, Liz Longo maintains “We are reviving the health of the physical global environment; people can in-kind renew themselves to bring down levels of world chaos”. Simple pragmatic suggestions made to living more naturally amid nature are a breath of fresh air.

Create calm - celebrate civility.

Liz Longo is a native New Yorker residing in Brooklyn. Her Italian family arrived on Ellis Island in the start of the 1900’s with two simple dollars and not a word of English.  The boat broke down on the way but that’s another story.  Other adventurous ancestors floated over in the mid-1800‘s from Hamburg, Germany. As a result, Liz very much relates to and appreciates the ever changing population, bringing new smiles, flavors and spices to the city. 

A Bird and Its Albatross:
A Tale of Renewal ISBN: 978-0-9825039-4-2
Status: Returnable
Author: Liz Longo

Publisher: Serendipity Media
Retail Price: $18.95
Full color, 8x10
Category: Inspiration, Poetry
Please contact:
Gina serendipitymediagroup(at)gmail(dot)com ginammeyers(at)gmail(dot)com 
or 559-940-4572 to schedule an interview.  

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