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Poetry

  • Artscapes

    by Lee Woodman

    Artscapes is a 77-page collection of ekphrastic poems that dazzle with vivid imagery and expert wordplay. Lee Woodman has chosen to explore works from major museums, including The National Gallery, MOMA, The Guggenheim, The Prado, and the Louvre. Woodman invites readers to walk into paintings, enter worlds triggered by sculpture, and eavesdrop on conversations with artists. She will take you to a roaring boxing ring in Washington D.C., a cave in Indonesia with forty-thou... more

  • The Dawn of Speech

    by Joseph Wood
    "It's the high before the crash/It's wishing it would last". A beautiful poetry collection about love, loss, spirituality, and healing. Through the finely weaved verses, “The Dawn of Speech” tells the story of a young man on his search for purpose. Read "The Dawn of Speech" to follow along with the heartwarming journey!
  • Masters of the Craft - 2nd edition

    by Don Gutteridge
    A series of poems celebrating famous authors admired by the poet_ Bronte, Eliot,,, Dickens, cummings et al
  • Wondering Ardor

    by Tracy Taylor
    A wonderful collection of wonder filled poems, daydreams, nightmares, and simple thoughts. A quick read for a bored mind looking for something different and strange.
  • The shadow of Realization

    by Anjali Kushwah
    Poetry gives rhythm to life and flows to the soul. If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry. This book has four sections fear, heart, mind, and reality. As being humans we have so much confusion in understanding the simplest thing called emotions. I don't know why but we run from our feelings instead of observing them and responding to them. In this book, I have discriminated so many emotions, and written some pieces. Hope you will not just like it but ... more
  • ENDlove ENDpain

    by hydrus
    ENDlove ENDpain is my latest collection of poems that deal with the human struggle of being in love. The emotional roller coaster and the ups and downs that our souls take on this journey. This path is one of endless bliss but sometimes agony. Love is always a conflict of raw emotion and trust. It is a journey we seek to take and at times we regret we do. It is a struggle between good vs. evil but mostly in ourselves. An overthinking paradox of what to do, how to be, what was done, and wha... more
  • Mud Ajar

    by Hiram Larew
    Plain and simply, a collection of wonder-filled poems.
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  • The Phases of Love

    by Shah Asad Rizvi
    The Phases of Love is a unique and sublime collection of poems dedicated to love in its entirety. Divided into four stages, this rare and exceptional collection of verse contains 200 poems that pay homage to the heart’s truest emotion like no other collection before it has. Be prepared to have your heart touched, and soul laid bare as you are consumed by the words and the turning of the pages. You will be reminded of the excitement of new love in all its glory and magnificence. Feel the closenes... more
  • Outside My Garret Window

    by Bolivar T. Caceres
    Will the Garret Poet become what he desires most? The Garret Poet dreams of being a bard. He dreams of flying and singing like a nightingale — like any bird for that matter. However, his work holds him tight to his narrow room, where he watches the world he labors to be part of pass by his window. He loves. He yearns. He gives, and he takes life. He reads, he writes, he cries, and he broods over that which causes him existential strife. He does this in his garret room, offering all for the sake ... more
  • Poetic Gems

    by Elsie D. Morris
  • Romantically Erotic Deadly Spiritual Society

    by Jennifer Mauvea Garnatz
    Stripping Myself My writings are not all about me.They are the joys, the pains of more than a few of us. Look within, you may discovery our self looking back at your consciousness instead of at my nakedness.
  • Flowers That Die

    by Gideon Halpin
    In this collection of poems, Sad Boy is both protagonist and narrator, enchanted by beauty while seeking eternity. He crosses rainbows and falls from the clouds of love, the sting a reminder that it’s all for real. Caught between prayers and punches, Sad Boy searches for satisfaction in a world where everything fades. In the end, he is neither sad nor a boy. All that remains is a covenant to dance in the sun until his face resembles a crumpled napkin.
  • Pain Painter Poetry: Pride, arrogance, insecurities, and negativity put the pain in poetry.

    by Brittney King
    A romantic, heartbroken, abandoned, under-resourced still finding room for both empathy and sympathy for the world around me. Pressure can make diamonds but it can also produce coal so be careful how you respond. These stories start off with great sadness, but there is always opportunity for a more fulfilling life. I tell stories of the unheard; feelings that are never exposed, but the healing has to take place. Poetry is my safe space. This is the no judgement zone. This book is not just for po... more
  • Black Forest Dreams: A Journey through Germany

    by Joseph Kuhn Carey
    “Back to The Black Forest, A Journey Through Germany” contains fifty-five travel poems that were written over the past eight years after a moving, meaningful trip the author took to a number of German cities with my wife and (then) ten and twelve-year-old sons, in order to explore his German heritage and visit relatives in the Black Forest, where his grandmother, grandfather, and great uncle (on his mother’s side) were born and worked as farmers until emigrating to America in 1927. ... more
  • A Life Cycle

    by Nicole Asherah
    A Life Cycle, Nicole Asherah’s debut book, follows the introspective process of transformation after emotional hardship through poetic language. Asherah serves as a guide through the sections of her book while also allowing the readers to see the words as their own. A Life Cycle is broken into sections after a traumatic event that represents the final tipping point. What follows is The Shattering: a deep dive into the suffering of fully losing one’s sense of self and safety, The Healing: a journ... more

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