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Poetry

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    by Joshua McDermott
    "Joshua Lew McDermott's first book offers poems astonishing for their range, both in their geographies and in their emotional register. The poetry is fiercely honest and self-revelatory, and expresses an expanse of feelings, from sexual ecstasy to scourging grief, from rage to sparkling joy, in language so clear and precise that every moment is rendered unforgettable, and immutable. Defying current poetic trends toward obscurity and emotional sterility, these poems mean what they say, and are bu... more
  • The Voice of My Mind

    by T. A. Fish
    Poems for the soul: An avant-garde poetry collection. Each poem is beautifully crafted with great virtuosity, that haunts with extreme depth and wonder. The collection deals with themes of grief, love, spiritual enlightenment, and philosophy. From beginning to end, the poems read in a mesmerizing and captivating style that expertly flow from one theme to the next.
  • Paddle to Paddle

    by Lois Chapin

    Paddle to Paddle is a book of poetry addressing the darker side of the human condition. Lois Chapin takes the reader on a journey through being born into an abusive home with a violent and mentally ill mother, to the guilt of leaving a sibling at home when she escapes at 14, to trying to build a better nuclear family herself, only to have it end in sex addiction and deceit. The promises she makes to herself to be a better mother to her own children evaporate when her daughter becomes addicted... more

  • Dream in Color

    by Allison M Whittaker
    Newly released “Dream in Color” by poet Allison Whittaker and watercolor artist Pritha Srinivasan is an unusual collaboration that offers a beautiful and thought-provoking journey through five chapters of human experience. The poet and artist spent several years where sometimes Srinivasan painted to Whittaker’s poems and other times, Whittaker wrote to Srinivasan’s paintings. Together, the dynamic watermedia and lyrical verse capture the subtle duality of an experience, frozen in time, evokin... more
  • The Not-so Crazy Cow

    by Dragana Vucic Dekic

    The Not-So Crazy Cow is a humorous, rhyming story about a cow who believes that the grass is greener somewhere else. Despite having royal treatment in her homeland of India, she longs to discover the big world. One day, she packs her bags, puts on her best hat, and sails from India to Europe. One wise stork tries to warn her of the upcoming challenges, but the cow follows her adventurous spirit to discover this for herself. Her journey is full of unexpected situations and very soon, the cow s... more

  • The Trickster: Poems for Very Clever Children & Silly Adults

    by Daniel Klawitter
    "There's no doubt kids will enjoy reading these charming poems, but you may want to buy an extra copy for yourself in case your kids won't share. Like Shel Silverstein before him, Klawitter plays to a child's funny bone as well as a child's thoughtfulness. An irresistible combination." --Robert Schechter: Poet, translator, and winner of the 2016 X.J. Kennedy Parody Award.
  • Bob Tails: & Other Stories of Nothingness

    by Sefton Booth
    Tiny mischievous souls full of character and creativity won’t put up with their lot in life and little Bobby decides to do something about it. Mr. Bob sets about burrowing his way through the entire house of flats meeting many other species on the way in the search of happiness away from loneliness. Join him for a discovery of lifelong learning. And other Stories... Included in this collect is So on and So Forth, Bleak, Catwalk, Nothing, Marmalade, Melosh and Tee He, detailing how nothing means ... more
  • Dead Čert: & Other Stories Of Devils

    by Sefton Booth
    Darkness is the yarn spun tight and deep within Beelzebub. The tales bound in this book are an exploration of juvenile doldrums and of the devil. Innocence at some point must be shed and the deaths of little Čerts are unfortunate, but inevitable. Come enjoy the adventure of a juxtaposition with youth and the experience of demons, which enters every corner of this book including : Dead Čert, Night Terrors, Footsteps in the Snow, (A#)Muse(db), Old Woman, “I Hate Ponces”, Cold Meat, Wanweird and Th... more
  • Beware of the Thought Bubbles

    by Ross Libby

    In this exciting collection of poems by Ross Libby, you'll learn about Dingbats, Whatchamacallits, Thingamajigs and more. You'll meet The Boy Inside and visit the Zipitty Zapitty Zoo. Just watch out for thought bubbles with claws and snakes that hiss at you!

  • Mustard Seeds

    by Daryl Horton
    Mustards Seeds is a collection of poems that explores how the various obstacles we encounter impacts our faith.
  • Dispositions

    by K. F. Oelke
    A futuristic metaphysical fantasy. The man walks, the beach, the desert, the city, the forest. Or is it a girl? The progression is thematic. The mind of a romantic exacerbated sensitivity, eroticizing whatever it regards. Perhaps on a quest, this is an epic after all, but for what meaning, what metaphysical sense? Or is it a beautiful virgin fairy forever lost in an evil world, and forever damned? In her struggle with Destiny does she finally give in, or is she pretending? Dispositions ... more
  • How Surviving Emotional Trauma and Cancer Later Helped Me in Life in Prose

    by Mario Fontenla
    The idea to write this book was born out of my empathy for others who are suffering like I have after traveling so much during my youth and suffering from the emotional trauma of constantly being harshly bullied, to finally settling in New York City for many years, where I started volunteering for the Red Cross about ten years ago, which launched my whole career in translation and interpretation and made me start to write poems after living to survive cancer.
  • A Penny for Your Thoughts

    by Penny Johnson
    Poetry is the song that poets sing to beautify the world. In A Penny for Your Thoughts, contemporary American poet Penny Johnson presents verses about nature, love, life, death, philosophy, and religion. She considers American life in the present day. With her writing, she hopes to teach, fulfill, entertain, heal wounds, and show the beauty of the world. Johnson offers her work as a gift to anyone longing for the uplifting and nourishing experience that poetry can provide. This poetry collection... more
  • Danish Northwest - Hygge Poems from the Outskirts

    by Peter Graarup Westergaard

    Danish Northwest is a poetry collection that shows “hygge” in its various aspects as practiced or rendered in the outskirts of Denmark, more precisely in the northwestern region of Jutland called Thy. The poems were originally published in Danish and in a dialect called “thybomål”. As with any translation, the English version can be considered in a sense a new collection of poems given the adjustments and additions needed to capture the essence of the original. T... more

  • Soulful Illuminations A Poetry Collection: Volume One

    by Josepha Gail
    And so begins the journey into the mind of Josepha Gail. A poet manages to evoke moments of splendor with just the tip of her pen. Soulful illuminations is a delicate and often beautiful reflection of nature in all it's glory. Josepha's words flow across the page with all the fluidity of the river. She invites each of us to stare into recesses of creation and marvel at it's masters work. Cycling through four sections, Soulful illuminations is an incredible debut and promises to bring a sense ... more
  • Cro Poem : The Rasar Chronicles Poetry Companion

    by M. C. Rose
    Cro Poem comprises 30 poems; each piece a heartbeat and an identity of its own, expressing the trajectory of a journey...an intrinsic combination of verse and narration! Cro Poem tells the story of Cro and his communion with the eternal Goddess Eagle, that leads to the conception of humanity. It delineates Cro’s evolution from a primordial being into a fully conscious human. It is, therefore, an exploration of the realities of the light and the dark.

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