Dianne Cikusa

Poetry, Languages, Inspiration, Philosophy

 

Dianne is the author of three books of poetry. She has also published two books of inspirational and wisdom quotes,  with a third due to be released shortly. Dianne has published numerous pieces of writing in online journals, writers' anthologies and print magazines including Cordite Poetry Review, Going Down Swinging, Poets Union Anthology, Zine West, Windmills and many others. A link to Cordite can be found here: http://cordite.org.au/author/wisconsin/ Some of Dianne's writing has additionally been produced in the form of digital media and as merchandise. One of her poems appeared in the 2010 Melbourne Overload Poetry Festival. Dianne was recently awarded two medals for her bilingual poetry book in the prize categories of Gold (Poetry) and Bronze (Best Ebook Cover) in the 2020 Global Ebook Awards. Her Amazon Author page can be found here:  https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B01EYIYO4Q

 

 

All books by Dianne Cikusa

The Jigsaw of Eight Thousand Pieces: Soul reflections

The Jigsaw of Eight Thousand Pieces: Soul reflections

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This book of 92 spiritual insights delves into the subtle world of the inner mind and the soul. These unique reflections focus on personal development as well as the conscious search for wisdom and emotional harmony.

 
Who saw Beauty cry, and failed to hold her left hand?: Meditations for women

Who saw Beauty cry, and failed to hold her left hand?: Meditations for women

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In this book of original insights and reflections for women, inner wisdom, enlightenment and empowerment are the gifts we are prompted to discover as we each move along our worldly 'life path'. On that path we may find both mystery and silence as well as wild rides and dangerous games, since life itself is filled with uncertainty. Whether life presents us with experiences of deprivation and hardship - or those of a profound and energetic joy - we can continue to approach the world around us with curiosity and openness, recognising in addition the distinct and irreplaceable presence that we represent as female individuals.

 
The Rain Sermon: Le Sermon de la Pluie

The Rain Sermon: Le Sermon de la Pluie

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*** Winner 2020 Global Ebook Awards ***
Gold in Poetry for The Rain Sermon: Le Sermon de la Pluie
Bronze in Best Ebook Cover for The Rain Sermon: Le Sermon de la Pluie

Through simplified character portraits, the poet presents life as an emotional image palette, exemplifying our human traits and idiosyncrasies.

Au moyen de quelques portraits simplifiés, la poétesse nous présente la vie comme une palette d'émotions représentant les traits et particularités de l'humanité.

 
The Sea In-Between

The Sea In-Between

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In this multi-faceted work, urban landscapes are combined with natural world depictions, encrypted in diverse emotional contexts and the machinations of the human mind. Here is a poet who is not afraid to step into the liminal space, moving through spatial time and consciousness in order to redefine an existing reality - or to claim a new assurance through revelation, inspiration and spiritual collaboration.

 
Hope and Substance - in Full Colour and Black and White Editions

Hope and Substance - in Full Colour and Black and White Editions

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Injecting subtle ironies and caustic comments on human attitudes and biases, the poet paints from a palette of virtues and vices, depicting consumerism and urban sprawl, self-imprisonment, ambivalence and emotional polarity. This book is at once figurative and literal. It is both the disguised and the unvarnished game of our human existence as well as a contemporary exploration of our global soul.