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The poet and artist, Lucian Eyers has been writing poetry, painting and drawing from childhood for more than forty years. Lucian’s adventure stories and spiritual poems tackle complex issues with clarity and wisdom. He explains that much of the inspiration for his poetry comes directly from his angel and spirit guides. Lucian has the rare ability to combine art and poetry that brings to the reader, laughter, hope and revelation.

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Lucian Eyers the poet and artist, explains in this interview why we are all here on this planet. He suggests by using his poetic mantras we can all improve ourselves and be happier people.

 

From the wisdom of the tree, the poet finds the answer to spiritual enlightenment. The poem reminds us that man and nature are one and to be disconnected from nature is the source of unhappiness. 'My Dearest Tree' is taken from the 'Second Sparky Book of Hours' by Lucian Eyers, illustrated and read by the author.

 

In this interview Lucian explains why we are experiencing adverse weather conditions and global disasters. In his poem, 'Acts of God,' which is taken from 'The Second Sparky Book of Hours,' he explains how we can determine who is responsible for these problems. He also gives us guidance as to what we can all do to help save our planet Earth and ourselves from further turmoil.

 

Christmas Eve is a short, illustrated story in verse. The poem is a gentle reminder of the meaning of Christmas. 'Christmas Eve' is one of the illustrated poems taken from the book 'The Second Sparky Book of Hours' by Lucian Eyers. Illustrated and read by the author.

 

Father Christmas is without a stocking for yet another year. This short, illustrated story in verse shows the importance of love over possessions and how we must be careful what we wish for. 'Timmy's Gloves' is one of the illustrated poems taken from the book 'The Second Sparky Book of Hours' by Lucian Eyers. Illustrated and read by the author.

 

'One Day' is a short story of how we delay our dreams for another day. The poet hopes the viewer uses this poem as a daily mantra to help live in the present. The poem is taken from 'The Sparky Book of Hours' by Lucian Eyers. Illustrated and read by the author.

 

In this interview Lucian talks about whether extraterrestrial beings exist. He also gives an explanation as to what their motives would be. In a short poem entitled, 'Talking to your Angel,' he gives guidance as to how we can connect to our higher self to find important answers. He also reads another poem from his 'Second Sparky Book of Hours' called, 'The Stranger'. This poem gives both a humorous and serious explanation as to what would happen should alien beings choose to visit us now.

 

'The Scarecrow' is a short story in verse about appreciation. The poem is taken from 'The Second Sparky Book of Hours' by Lucian Eyers. Illustrated and read by the author.

 

'The Bigger Picture' is a short story in verse reflecting human values. So often we are in awe at the achievments of mankind at the expense of Mother Earth. The poem is taken from 'The Sparky Book of Hours' by Lucian Eyers. Illustrated and read by the author.

 

'In this interview Lucian explains the importance of embracing our spirituality through his poems. He suggests that by accepting there is a God, our lives improve. However we must ultimately make that decision ourselves. He also reveals the wisdom of the tree and recites several conversations in poetic verse with his special tree in Hyde Park, London. The interview ends with an example of how we can improve our spiritual development. The poems are all taken from 'The Second Sparky Book of Hours', and are illustrated by the author.

 

'The Worry Worm' shows how we ultimately have control over our minds and therefore our worries. The poem is taken from 'The Sparky Book of Hours' by Lucian Eyers. Illustrated and read by the author.

 

A message from the poet's guardian angel transcribed into verse. 'Samuel Says' is one of the illustrated poems taken from 'The Sparky Book of hours' by Lucian Eyers. Illustrated and read by the author.

Lucian explains through his poems how we can improve our lives by looking at the world from a higher perspective. As an example as to how we can look at our life differently, he discusses the dilemmas of being vegetarian -- balancing our principles with the need to remain healthy. He also explains the consequence of our actions through failure and when we choose to abuse the responsibilities we are given. The poems are all taken from 'The Sparky Book of Hours', and are illustrated by the author.