Literary Masters, Inc.
Publicists for Short Stories, Books, Poems and Songs
Long Island, New York 11971
New for 2011
Synopsis:
"Where Purple Shadows Fall" is a book of poems that
dares to tackle head-on the subject of what it means to
be human. Something John E. Cashwell does with
tenderness and inexhaustible curiosity. From his
eulogy of the Native American Indian ("Above the
Cliffs") to his love of country ("America") and the quiet
moments of spirituality in-between ("Mother of God")
there is an earned respect of life and the will to be free
in each writing. "Where Purple Shadows Fall" is a
collection we expect you to return to again and again.
For while the author has many in his library of works
to choose from, the forty poems offered here are
among his favorites.

From  
Where Purple Shadows Fall one is quick to
recognize that Cashwell's verse is a vivid testimony to
various aspects of his biographical itinerary. For it is
within  his prose poems that he traces most eloquently
an outline of his life's journey.
Then comes the shocking realization that there is
measured, rhythmic, free verse alongside Haiku all
joined under one cover-- the cover of a new Bard
rising in Northeastern North Carolina. Perhaps the
last of the Great Epic Poem Writers.
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Praise for Where Purple Shadows
Fall
:

“A cutting edge presentation of the finest poetic
prose of the 21st Century. No one goes as far in
creative diversity and experimentation.”__
Michele Z. Banda, author and member of the
Board of Editors, Literary Masters, Inc.

“From his eulogy of Native American Indians
(
Above the Cliffs) to his love of country
(
America) and the quiet moments of spirituality
in-between (
Mother of God) there is an earned
respect of life and the will to be free in each
writing.”__ Alan V. Galloway   

"A truly unusual writing from the author of
Toishan. Moving easily from epic poetry to
poetic prose with grace and style, Cashwell
every page. I enjoyed every poem,with a
special delight coming from
The Letter." ****
__Su Chang-Wu

"A relaxing work that affords many moments
of pleasure and reflection. It cannot be read like
just another book, rather with the time and
patience required of a fine wine in order to savor
the delicate rhythms and carefully crafted
rhyme" __ Jean Ann Morgan

Where Purple Shadows Fall is the collection
we have been waiting for. We expect you to
return to again and again. For while the author
has many in his library of works to choose from,
the forty poems offered here are among his
favorites."***__ The Editors at Literary
Masters, Inc.  
          

“Flashbacks”











      Widows and children
      fresh with shock and trauma
      eyes beyond expression
                             part of the crowd
                                            mourners.

      Black mourning band
      on a shiny badge
      ignored in the crowd
                            waiting with great dignity
                                             mother.

      A final salute amid
      black shrouds and glasses
      and gut-wrenching silence
                             then a piercing shrill
                                             bagpipe band.

      A grassy knoll  
      empty caskets
      maybe a single body part
                             silently lowered
                                             abyss.
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Author:                              John E. Cashwell
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