Monterey, CA (PRWEB) June 25, 2013
Compiled over thirty years, The Dreamer and the Hummingbird is author Paul Sybert's dramatic collection of heart-rending lyrics and soul-shattering poetry. Written in appreciation of the muse sent by God. Sybert writes in celebration of how this muse touched his ordinary life with extraordinary love and inspiration.
A description of love in all its form, The Dreamer and the Hummingbird touches a chord within us all, celebrating the joy of life. Romance, have all hope and love have all encouraged Sybert to put pen to paper to create his unforgettable song lyrics and verse. Within his words, he explores music, nature and God, revealing a passion for the very existence of our world.
Gentle and beautiful, this collection is a stunning tribute to our Maker and humbly shows Sybert’s appreciation for his gifts of communication through the written word.
“ Example Poem:I have Heard the Gently knocking
I have heard the gentle knocking of the Holy Breath upon my door.
The knock I heard was clearer than it’sever been before.
The times that I remember His touch enlightening me
Were times of greatest darkness when His light helped me to see.
I have heard the gentle knocking and have felt the healing touch,
I have seen the holy light He brings, the light I love so much.
Yes, I have the gentle knocking and have felt His presence near.
In peaceful consultation He says go forth and have no fear.
I have heard the gentle knocking and deep inside I know.
His light goes on before me wherever I may go.
Since I’ve heard this gentle knocking and Him in my soul,
The gentle healing touch He brings has blest and made me whole.”
Paul Sybert’s poetry and lyric are very Shel Silversteinesque.
Paul Sybert holds a BS in electrical engineering. He has worked as an engineer a software analyst and programmer, a songwriter, and a minister.. Sybert has written poetry and lyrics for more than thirty years. He currently lives in Monterey, California. Go to Paul Sybert website: http://www.paulsybert.com and go to page “Order CD from Paul (listen here).” Or “books.”