Seraphim Beauty, my heart, my soul, my love, is a collection of poetry and prose about beauty and love. From the love you can only experience with a Soulmate, the love for a sister, to the unconditional love for a child, the words in these heartfelt poems are dedicated to helping you see the beauty of love staring back in the mirror, to remind you why love and beauty are at the creation of everything.
Seraphim Beauty is a very special collection of prose. It’s one-part poesy, one-part love letter, and one-part soulmate celebration. It’s for people who want to experience deep and joyous love, who believe in your soulmate being out there, and who would love to have a way to express those deep and everlasting feelings.
Martine Weber writes from her heart. Martine is a poet and writer and lives in the Netherlands. She studied Philosophy and Public Management in Leiden, the Netherlands, and at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Her creative reflections from looking at everything in different ways are generating unique and different insides into life’s mysteries. She literally sees poems in everything. She is blessed with a healthy dose of self-mockery.
Her compelling and illuminating poetic writings, rich with imagery, philosophical and spiritual themes, with a compassionate wink at human nature, have been published in various publications on Medium.
Martine Weber is also a songwriter and composer under her pseudonym Sofie Weber.
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A true dedication to love…Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 18, 2020 by Ms. M. Palmer:
Having read and thoroughly enjoyed her previous volume of poems, I was excited to see that this author had more to give. And boy, does she have more to give! In this volume she lays bare her soul and proclaims her love…her love for her soulmate, her love for her family and friends, her love for the world and her love for life. In ‘Every season comes back, years do not’, the author reflects on the transition of true love through the stages of life, it’s beauty, fragility and ultimate finality. This poem is hauntingly beautiful and takes you on an emotional journey, which at times makes your heart soar, at times weep with sorrow. I also love ‘My Sister’. It’s a sweet and touching insight into a sisterly love and connection that has transcended happiness, sadness, distance and separation. It left me feeling that whoever has this author in their lives, can consider themselves very lucky.
Enjoy reading it!