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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Romance / African American & Black
  • Language:English
  • Pages:354
  • eBook ISBN:9798350914092
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350914085

Rakabai And The Goddess Felice’

by Xavier Dakuri

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A Black man travels to a strange land and finds racism is an earthly evil, that envelopes all of earth. He's convicted of crime he's innocent of, but learns to transcend this scar of colonisation. He falls in love with the volcano Goddess and devotes his life to praising her beauty, power, majesty with love poems, paintings. He creates sustainable farm of sprawling orchards, coffee, cacao, exotic fruit trees, all in praise to her, so he can be a part of the quilt shes designing in her dreams.
Rakabai, a Black Starbonian relocates to a Pearl island and tragedy befalls him. He realizes how vulnerable he is as a Black male on this planet. Seraphina, his starbone wife, is bipolar and he tries to get her treatment. Her sickness, creates another dimension in his efforts. He's convicted of a crime he's innocent of. He realizes how disconnected he is from the generic native, colonization had a color code, the memo must have been misplaced in their cultural upbringing, or in the elitist flavor of their innocence. He felt disconnected but not alone. Rakabai as a dreamer, poet, painter becomes enthralled with the presence of the Goddess Felice', the volcano Goddess and transcends spiritually into vortex of her spiritual powers. He begins a journey of paying homage to her through the souls of the people he meet. He writes love poems to her, like daily prayers, recreating her beauty, wisdom, blessings as he becomes one with her magical strides. The Goddess Felice', he found solace in her, she is the spirit of this earth, bowels spewing red gold,she answered all is prayers, his humility increased in grain fields.
About the author
Rufus was born and raised in segregated south, began writing poetry at age 5, and started painting at age 12. He joined Marines at age 16, served in the Battle of Khe Sanh, vietnam as a Scout with 6 man elite unit. Rufus has written 4 books of poetry and one novel, "Felicia's Prince of The Morning Star." His last book of love poems is " Requiem To A white Owl." Rufus is a poet, painter, novelist, and spiritualist. He lives on a coffee, cacao, exotic plant nursery farm in Hawaii. He writes about transcending the struggle inside yourself, how to evolve, enjoy, become one with the Goddess.