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Poetry

  • One Thousand Cranes

    by Elena Tauros
    One Thousand Cranes explores strengths and vulnerabilities in the mind of a person. Collection of poems that reach the distant corners of the imagination, bridges between fantasy and logic. Personal pages which are accompanied by the pictures, quotes, and notes section.
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    by kirsten hopfensperger

    The book, rearranged, embodies vulnerable stories of deep, jagged trauma, and the isolating path of finding self-acceptance. The author strips her soul onto the pages in this raw and heartfelt collection of experiences throughout her life. As the readers follow along on this journey, they become one with the aching that comes from loss and loss of self, while encompassing the resounding hope that shines healing light into the darkness.
     
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  • Little Wolf, Little Warrior

    by Kelley Christine Phelan
    With a gifted imagination and artistic soul, Kelley Christine Phelan was led down a path of intimate creative writing. A number of events led to a sudden shift in consciousness while she was at one of her lowest points, with a broken heart: self-realization, a Kundalini awakening. For a split second, she was brought into union with the creator and felt nothing but pure nirvana. During her dark night of the soul and transformative healing process, the only way out was in. Writing down her life ex... more
  • love and other company

    by Celia Sinclair
    This collection of poetry consists of six unique chapters. It is a personal journey through the phases of lust, love, loss, and all the heartache, exhilaration, and self-discovery in between. Words to remind you, although you may feel broken, you will heal. Although you may feel inadequate, you are enough. And you will gain the capacity to love again. When you do, devour every piece of it – unforgivably. May you be willing to open your heart to love and other company.
  • Head of a Gorgon

    by Raegen M. Pietrucha
    Head of a Gorgon is a narrative in poems that reimagines the myth of Medusa, transporting this ancient tale of sexual violence into contemporary times and examining it through a survivor-centric, feminist lens. Via persona poems that enable readers to hear this story primarily and directly from a protagonist often sidelined or silenced in other tellings, this devastating collection brings the visceral physical and psychological experiences and effects of sexual trauma out of the shadows and into... more
  • O My Beloved

    by Lawrence Edwards
    In O My Beloved, Whisperings from the Divine Heard by Kalidas, poet, teacher, and clinician, Lawrence Edwards, PhD, continues to share the mystic's view of the Divine as he did in Kali's Bazaar Penned by Kalidas. In this collection, the Great Goddess, whispers to Kalidas, servant of Kali, words that give voice to the depths of the sacred, especially feminine forms of the Divine, known globally as the Divine Mother, Lover, and source of all. In this way we hear the voice of Kali, Tara and more. D... more
  • The White Colossus

    by Enne Baker
    The White Colossus evinces nature and cosmic energies, the relationship between gods and humans, the annoying essentials of life, and the exploration of death through chilly imaginations. The twenty poems in The White Colossus make up Baker's first collection and present refined craftsmanship in their imagery and vast meanings.
  • A Source of Inspiration

    by L J McDaniel
    This book is a collection of writings in response to my own past experiences. It contains more than twenty mesmerizing poems, half of which compose a mystical short story called The Tale of Leo and Luana. Each poem is unique in its very own way, yet most, if not all, tend to follow a simple common theme of love, inspiration, and encouragement. The Tale of Leo and Luana, for example, is a fictional short story that embodies a one-of-a-kind journey of love and everything that comes with it, such a... more
  • Awakened by My Angels

    by Maxine Allen Rifenburgh
    This book is based upon poetry written as the words flowed through my head that I immediately knew I had to write down. Some of the poems are heartbreakingly written from my perspective of being hit and called names that broke my heart and soul during my marriage. Other poems are written from hearing my angels as I wrote down the poems and still others from my dreams at night with the message I gained from the dreams. I reconnected with God and my angels over this period. We are not left when fa... more
  • Memoirs of a Little Old Man - Revised

    by Stormy Froom
    This book gives hope to those in the depths of despair. This book of poetry and art can be a quick listen or one to ponder over many times. I recommend this book to anyone interested in personal healing and growth or to those who work with individuals who are beginning a pathway of healing.
  • Learning to Love and Live Again: A Collection of Art and Heartfelt Poetry to Bring Hope and Healing to Your Heart

    by Rene S Sanders
    Learning to LOVE and LIVE again This unique collection of art and poetry reveals a heart in motion - from tormenting devastation to settled peace. Rene’s raw expressions describing her inner journey can help those who feel shattered to move into hope and healing. —Dr. Joseph Winger, Pastor, Boulder Street Church Rene’s poems touch the heart of the one who is grieving, as her unique and genuine expression of her grief invites you to see inside her world of suffering and victory in the hand... more
  • The Humbling and Other Poems

    by Robert Tiess
    The aspiring and inspired debut poetry collection by Robert J. Tiess. Over 100 memorable poems on humility, love, truth, peace, time, redemption, and hope. Includes Obsidian with Sheens of Gold, Interior Kingdom, The Song of Walt Is Our Song, Amid the Jersey Turnpike Whales, Love's Special Relativity, Tao, Withstanding, the Phoenix poems, and other fan favorites, along with new works. Also included: author biography, three brief essays, a glossary of poetry terms, reading suggestions, and more.
  • Little Known Stories, Prose in Format

    by Eric B. Miller
    One life ends, another goes on. Little Known Stories is an account of these two lives, of forty years together and the unfinished business death leaves in its wake. It is a story that matches the character of life, where the commonplace holds sway, where tragedy cannot be avoided, and humor cannot be helped. It is also an appreciation of a life that sought a place for itself in the world, and by a bad turn of fate, instead found its way here.
  • Euphoric Wonderland

    by Ryan M. Becker

    Open your heart to a compilation of musical poetry and surreal expression drawn from madness and mania.

    Artfully weaving a rhythmic tapestry of touching poetry that flows like music, this deeply personal memoir invites readers on a fascinating deep dive into the author’s raw and heartfelt world of living rhythms and authentic feelings. As a deft amalgamation of spoken word, truth to power, clever wordplay, and thoughtful reflections, Euphoric Wonderland illum... more

  • Mix Tapes and Photo Albums

    by Andrea Janov
    Mix Tapes and Photo Albums is a coming-of-age poetry collection about a small town punk rock scene told by a girl who loved Francie Nolan and Ben Weasel equally. Each poem assumes the title of a song which creates the soundtrack to a group of teenagers who push the boundaries of their small town, test where they fit, and find solace in their local punk rock scene. This poetic mix tape sings to the kids who will hear their first Sex Pistols song, start their own bands, write their own zines, scra... more
  • Eyes of Optimism and Pupils of Faith

    by Shayan Raei
    About the book This book is a collection of poems that explore what it means to be a human, a soul and an entity in this life. I know deep down, each person is here for a specific reason and it is not that easy for anybody to realise what that reason is. The world, is changing at even a faster pace now, so many of us want to attach to what was, so many are attached to what is and many are could be looking towards to what is becoming. Which is the evolving human consciousness, of who we are. In s... more

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