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  • Self-Conscious Mysticism

    by SweetLife

    The author captures a collection of thoughts surrounding life, surrounding the many aspects of external influences impacting everyday living.  The poems mimics the struggle of a people from slavery to modern times.  The pieces displays the merging of a past which demanded change cradled by future efforts of a dysfunctional government, muttering the challenges of today and times long passed* Like a bouquet of flowers, some words were offered in tribute to a love loss, leaving the rea... more

  • The Rhymes In Me

    by Giridhar Jaded
    Words when kept subsided for long, can turn into a violent ocean that brews in silence, yet has an enormous presence, deep inside. An ocean like that erupted as TsunamiOfPoetry and "The Rhymes In Me" is a collection of 250+ poems that emerged out of my conscience & took form as Poetry. Realms explored Poetically : Love, Life, Positivity, Passion, Dreams, Fitness, Healthy Living, Depression, Kindness, Global Warming besides a few others.
  • Ragged Eden

    by Michael Meyerhofer
    “In Ragged Eden by Michael Meyerhofer, I find what I look for in poetry: the daily made strange, the dark illuminated, the disordered given shape. These poems transform. They restore. They sing. All at once, intensely modern and classic.” –Paul Guest, Because Everything is Terrible “In these brilliant poems, Michael Meyerhofer explores the complex and crazy world you and I wake up to every day. He writes about superheroes and poverty and death and Carl Jung and parallel universes and dictat... more
  • Letters to The Past, Present, and Future Me

    by Cindy Peralta
    This is a book about the journey towards self-love. It's about guidance for the soul and the challenges that are faced towards the journey for happiness. This is a book about prosperity and acknowledgments to who you once were, who you are now, and who you want to become.
  • Sunshine by Design

    by Danielle Mallett
    Sunshine by Design is a poetry book full of personal stories about learning to accept the highs and lows life brings. Acceptance isn’t always easy, but with persistent light and love anything is possible.
  • Without Fear of Infamy (Annual Scurfpea Publishing Poetry Anthology)

    by Jennifer LeBlanc
    Each year since 2010, Scurfpea Publishing has produced an anthology of poems. It’s a juried competition with a different editor each year and no entry fee; consequently, each anthology has a distinct flavor all its own. This anthology includes poems by: Charles Luden, Katie Alexander, Steve Boint, Lin Brummels, Raymond Byrnes, Jennifer Carr, Craig Challender, Susan Spaeth Cherry, Kevin Cole, Jason Freeman, Jerome Freeman, Brit Graham, Monica Gulbrandson, Roberta Haar, Carol Hamilton, Constance H... more
  • Ángel Del Brasil: Cien Poesίas para Roberto Carlos

    by Soledad dos Rios
    El poema titulado “Capricho” explica cómo fuera concebida esta obra … caprichosamente, respondiendo a una voz interna. El libro es un tributo al cantoautor brasileño Roberto Carlos, cuyos temas y canciones impactaran de un modo intenso y singular a la autora. El libro es también una petición a quien consideró el mayor candidato para plasmar musicalmente su poesía primogénita, “Ave Sin Nido,” en honor a su madre fallecida.
  • Between Us and Imagination: New, Selected, & Revised Poems

    by Joseph Olsen
    Between Us and Imagination is an artistic feast for the senses! It is a hearty book of poetry and art that truly moves you from your mind and into your heart. The book comes to life with fun, elemental rhyming schemes that create a natural primal beat through the lines and overall tempo. The merging of intellect and emotion details common themes that interest the reader to explore deeper meanings in the realms of love and romance to the curious intricacies of the universe. Olsen takes us on an h... more
  • Metamorphosis of Rhythm

  • She's you She's me

    by Hend Suhail
  • The Bush Rodent

    by Charles Joseph Mloka
    The Bush Rodent is the author?s second poetry anthology in English focusing on various social, familial, economic, and cultural issues that are common in various societies. The author discusses them using simple language and different forms of poetry. This is a revised edition, which has been prepared to meet international standards and to reach a wider audience.
  • Poems Mostly of the Sea

    by Jenne Kaivo
    A collection of poems, in a variety of styles and tones, some dealing with deeper philosophical themes and others being spooky for fun.
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  • The Broken God

    by Laura Roklicer
    The Broken God is Laura’s first published book released by united p.c. publishing and distributed across the UK as well as in the US. It is a poetry collection that challenges all those worldviews and systems that do not play in favour of human satisfaction but rather keep us separated and unfulfilled. There is some beauty of tragedy, tragedy of love, bluntness of loss, and reflecting questions of existence in there, too. These are not poems about the beautiful landscapes of the world. These... more
  • On the Healing Road

    by the Poet Dena
    Therapeutic poetry is what the Poet Dena has offered us. It?s a compilation of poems describing living with and healing from depression and emotional trauma. Dena?s work takes us through many significant times in her own life, times that will especially strike chords within many adoptees. There is also a glorious, joyful side to this poetry. Eminently readable, perhaps your own new favourite poem is within On The Healing Road.
  • Paradox

    by Incognito
    What do you feel when you say I? After thinking about that for some time the next question would be “who is the one aware of yourself?” Most people would respond by saying “me” but in the same way you can’t look into your own eye without using a mirror, and fire cannot burn itself, there’s a separation between the observer and the self. Someone gave you a personality, nationality, and a belief system that became the role you play. The book Paradox is a collection of thoughts that simply shows th... more