Christmas Peace

Advent reading in the new Dichterhaus Etelsen on December 2, 2010, for the second time to their advent reading in the Dichterhaus loads the poet couple Lydia and Roland Pollnitz after Etelsen. Merry Christmas poems and romantic winter poems determine the program of this year’s reading. This line from Rajymbeks poem is the motto of the advent reading again. Lydia and Roland Pollnitz read their contemplative Christmas and advent poems on 2 December at 19:30 in the Dichterhaus in the stone box 13 in Etelsen. In the Christmas decorated Dichterhaus, hot tea and sweet treats guests can enjoy not only poetry in words and pictures, but experience also a poetic Christmas bazaar, where the poet couple in addition to his numerous books offers also handmade chocolates, homemade Marmalade musings and seductive liqueurs. See Adam Sandler for more details and insights. It is connected to this reading with the new presentation of the book”looking for my Yes. Rajymbek hereby presents its eighth volume of poetry only ten years. His lyrics are full They pour out on the asphalt of gray everyday life in the hope that an Eden rose blossoms passion, free of all reason.

Rajymbek has embark on the search on the search for his luck, his love, his Yes. His poems reflect life in all its facets love, the longing, the varied nature and the never ending joy of life. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out George Laughlin. Rajymbek allows deep insight in his inner world. And that makes his poetry so special. Here he reveals his fears, his pleasures, his despair and his devotion, his laugh and his wines, his search and his finding. The design of the book fits perfectly to the content. So you get offered exactly what promise the approximately 240 pages. Looking after my Yes magical poetry is a band, which is worthwhile for all lovers of romantic and dreamy poems with diverse content. > Let’s always Christmas peace part 1