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by Pamala Ballingham
Tributaries: A Book of Poetry harnesses the power of words to reveal deep meaning in complex matters of life and death. Inspired by the wonders of nature, author Pamala Ballingham contemplates the phenomena of love, the ache of grief, and the beauty of wildernesses all around us. Written mostly in free verse, she also includes a rich collection of Haiku. Life is confounding in a lot of ways. These poems—these little words, offer a powerful glimpse into the otherwise inaccessible mystery... more
by Barbara RoyPoetry about life, love, loss and faith. This collection of poems was written between 1994−2011 by published freelance writer and Fortune 500 content, communications and training consultant, Barbara Roy. Some were inspired by experience, some by life (real or perceived), some by observation of other peoples’ lives, and some by hopes and wishes. The hope now is that they will, in some way, be inspirational to you, the reader.
by Jeff McMahonAnother fun filled collection of drawings and rhymes following in the wake of Swimming to the Moon. If you enjoyed that first collection, you re sure to enjoy Running to the Sun, another hardcover volume chock full of the weird, wild and wonderful, with some life lessons tossed in as well. Stir it all up and you ve got another timeless collection of fantastic art and poetry that you ll want to pass along and share with your family and friends. These poems and drawings are sure to tickle your fun... more
by Jeff McMahonWords of wisdom, whimsy and wonder fill this collection of tall tales and silly stories. As you wander through the pages you just may come across a rare Giraffapotamus, or meet The Remarkable Hector McTwee, and maybe even take a ride on a Unicornicycle. There are Cannonballs and Cartwheelers, Tree Climbers and Trampolinists, Moon Swimmers and Moose Riders, and an amazing assortment of funny, strange, and unforgettable rhymes that will have you wondering just what's coming next. A timeless collec... more
by D.C. Heitzmann
Four chapters for four reasons for one story and one lesson. What's an arsonists heart?
by Melanie Houston
When Melanie Houston started on a fresh journey of writing, it began with one poem. From one season to another, her path intersected with women and men who inspired her to paint with a poetic flow, creating Rivers of Grace. In this first volume, her poetic river takes you to places that are peaceful as well as those that evoke passion and sentiment. Bringing fresh revelation and speaking to social and spiritual matters of the heart, Rivers of Grace is a compelling chronicle... more
by Shabnam KaurThe collected poems of Shabnam Kaur: an anthology of more than 300 verses based on identity, relationships, and weltanschauung, composed between 2012 and 2017.
by Shabnam KaurDisinfibulation is Shabnam Kaur's seventh book of poems: a collection of 70 verses based on a personal experience of womanhood. Unclasped, the lips gape and spew verses.
by Shabnam KaurThe Full Moons of 2016 and 2017 is Shabnam Kaur's sixth collection of poems: a chapbook of 24 poems on the full moons of 2016 and 2017, based on personal relationships, and inspired Linda Goodman's astrological poems.
by Shabnam KaurAquamarine is Shabnam Kaur's fifth collection of poems: a chapbook of 31 love lyrics.
by Shabnam KaurLycanthropisation is Shabnam Kaur's fourth book of poems: a collection of 48 poems about breaking, healing, and becoming. A bildungsroman in verse.
by Shabnam KaurAlmost Love Poems 2 is Shabnam Kaur's third book of poems: the sequel to Almost Love Poems. More verses about 'almost love' in its myriad colours and greys.
by Shabnam KaurAlmost Love Poems is Shabnam Kaur's second book of poems: a collection of 55 verses about 'almost love' in its myriad colours and greys.
by Shabnam KaurEurydice Bides in Hades is Shabnam Kaur's first book of poems: a collection of 50 verses of identity crisis, estrangement, and apathy.
by Joseph A. Pintoa distilled spirit. pained prose from a bar... these are conversations heard both outside and inside my head, interludes drawn from sights seen in front of and behind my eyes; an encapsulation of regret and regression, death and demise. they are the interpretation of lives unraveling before me. become my companion interloper as you sip from this collection, or slam it back in a gulp. pain is beautiful. pull up a chair.