Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.

Poetry

  • Songs of A Nomadic Heart

    by Aarushi Vijay
    "Songs of a Nomadic Heart" is an authentic poetry collection that celebrates love, people, experiences and life through the eyes of an eighteen year old Indian girl. The book contains poems that will touch your heart, speak to you and thus invoke emotions.
  • Jasmine Fractals: Poems of Urban India

    by Sheri Vandermolen
    A six-year resident of Bangalore, Sheri Vandermolen brings India into vibrant focus, with her evocative imagery, rich narration, and sharp wit, inviting the reader to join her in an engaging exploration of the subcontinent. The volume's forty-five poems span experiences as commonplace as trips to the local city market and as distinct as a visit to the 2013 Maha Kumbh Mela, in Allahabad (considered the world's largest single-event gathering of humanity, with thirty million people in attendance on... more
  • Jasmine Fractals: Poems of Urban India

    by Sheri Vandermolen
    A six-year resident of Bangalore, Sheri Vandermolen brings India into vibrant focus, with her evocative imagery, rich narration, and sharp wit, inviting the reader to join her in an engaging exploration of the subcontinent. The volume's forty-five poems span experiences as commonplace as trips to the local city market and as distinct as a visit to the 2013 Maha Kumbh Mela, in Allahabad (considered the world's largest single-event gathering of humanity, with thirty million people in attendance on... more
  • Elsewhere, We Became

    by Ari Augustine
    Elsewhere, We Became is an original collection of poetry that explores the intricacies of identity, loss, and how humans define "home". Augustine's darkly lyrical poetry and prose are refreshingly bold, weaving together childhood loss, evolving identities, and the shifting views of love. Elsewhere, We Became exposes the strange messiness of life through a kaleidoscope lens of a girl on the hunt for her place in the world.
  • Lyfe

    by Poetre
    When asked to describe his work, his answer is almost always, ?my poetre is not poetry.? This means that what he does, what he writes, isn?t just words thrown together, but a piece of himself forever etched into the annals of time. He even adopted the moniker, ?Poetre,? so that it would be known that he is the physical embodiment of all he writes.
  • The Husbandman

    by David Rosenfeld
    With Magna Charta forgotten, the Declaration of Independence ignored, the Constitution distorted, and our liberties under the Bill of Rights imperiled; with central banking and fiat money under the Federal Reserve, with Congress a rubber stamp for an authoritarian presidency, and with legislated socialization of our private property; these poems may entertain the sympathetic reader?s possibly otherwise unvoiced disdain for a trend. Sometimes humorous, sometimes serious, sometimes vaguely hinting... more
  • The Goddess Collection

    by Ailie Wallace
    What does a 21st Century Goddess look like? Ailie Wallace answers this question by exploring women's rights, feminism, gender roles, sexual assault and more, and compares modern women with the Goddesses of ancient Greece. The collection also contains artworks contributed by female artists.
  • 1987598032

    by John Sierpinski
  • The Cosmic Hello

    by C. Alexander
    "Couples therapy sessions slowly morphed into solitary therapy sessions. My therapist kept coming back to the question of my passions, and where I was headed. I knew it was writing. So I wrote. I wrote my pain of loss. I wrote my confusion about the existential questions that plagued me as someone who grew up in the bible belt, but had a hard time swallowing the bigotry I saw. I wrote my struggle through heartbreak and single life. I wrote my triumphs in self-confidence, and ultimately I wrote a... more
  • Love Me Like The Stars

    by Alesia Carter

    Love Me Like The Stars is a collection of poems, prose and thoughts told through stories of lust, romance, heartache and salvation. Consisting of four chapters, as well as color photography and illustrations designed by the author, this strikingly poignant and addicting collection of poetry is based on Carter's own personal experiences. She creatively digs deep to navigate themes surrounding love, heartbreak, loss, trauma, anxiety, depression, self-worth, single-motherhood, intersectional... more

  • Words Can Be Great

    by Manley Peterson
    This rhyming book shows you just how many amazing words there are to use in your life. If you choose the right words, your message will be powerful. Great for all ages and vocabularies.
  • Unsettled

    by Aditi Babel
    Aditi took her first international flight as a six-month-old from the vibrant Indian capital of Delhi to the metropolitan city of Dubai. Since then, she has lived in five and traveled to over thirty countries. In this collection of poems, she explores themes of identity, commitment, and belonging as she navigates first dates, lust, and love in a new home on her path to self-discovery.
  • during the music

    by r soos
    during the music is inward looking and ennobling to the reader. I can't say that about many books, and reading this is an experience in losing ego. By capturing the essence of the moment between moments, the stray thoughts that seem small at the time are actually the essence of life. - John Brantingham
  • Tributaries: A Book of Poetry

    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

  • My Own Worst Enemy: a collection of poetry about life, love, loss and faith

    by Barbara Roy
    Poetry 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.

Loading...