A journey into darkness and back to the light. The Moon makes it look so easy.
Winner of the 2016 Royal Dragonfly Book Award, Moon Full of Moons is a collection of poetry about resilience, renewal, and creating a deep happiness in the midst of sadness and ongoing loss.
The book is divided into nine chapters, each named after a phase of the moon. Moon Full of Moons is a journey of survival, empowerment, and a determination to discover a light that has known darkness. This moving collection of over 100 poems explores innocence, love, mental illness, family, grief, forgiveness, healing, acceptance, and joy. Raw and honest with lush, evocative imagery, Moon Full of Moons is "self help in a whole new way."
Everything is made from the remnants of what was. So - yes - you can build from it again.
"Kat Lehmann writes in an honest, magical way, opening up fresh possibilities the mind and heart. Every word and phrase in the book reeks of so much soul, giving one hope and joy as one traverses through this journey." - Barnes & Noble reader
"A gentle refocus from the wise and gifted Kat Lehmann." - Amazon reader
"A delightful and deep book of words and wonder for the phases of life, love, loss, and renewal." - Amazon reader
"I will read and reread it as nourishment for my soul." - Amazon reader
"Moon Full of Moons offers rich material for poetry therapy. The overall concept and structure of the moon's phases as a kind of mythical journey has a wide variety of interesting possibilities and many of the poems touch on themes very salient in a therapeutic setting: lost innocence, despair, mental illness, grief, family, motherhood, love, forgiveness, regaining personal power, experiencing connection with creation, finding happiness." - Journal of Poetry Therapy (2017); 30: 61-62.
"Wonderfully unique...Lehmann is a master of word painting and poem construction." - FIVE STAR review from Readers' Favorite
"there is a heartbeat to these poems, making this a memorable and beautiful collection." - hedgerow: a journal of small poems