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by Elie AzarThis book is for all the people who found themselves unable to share their emotional burdens with the people they care about. To the people that weren’t able to give justice to their feelings, and to the fire running through their veins. To the ones that got so insecure, that the words of those around them became the bricks of the walls they built around themselves. I hope my book will make anyone who reads it feel less alone, less isolated and okay that they are unable to set free the chaos goi... more
by O'Neil PembertonVoices speaks to the many facets of our lives . . . from falling in love, growing old, rage against society and injustice, to our legacy that we leave behind when we die. A passionate and moving collection of poetry from a wounded soul who lives everyday to survive and flush out the many reasons each of us is here on this earth.
by Emanuel KaneThe book explores the troublesome mind of the individual who puts the nation above his interests. The persona goes through emotional, romantic, and psychological problems without community support. Kane continued, “My poetry is meant to fill the emptiness in our society with caring for the voiceless and poor, something that has driven me since being orphaned as a toddler and missing the warmth of my mother
by Jass Khattra
"Solitary Seasons" is a collection of thoughts divided into four seasons of the year (Summer, Autumn, Winter, and Spring). It deeply explores the curiosities, emotions, love, and loss experienced while going through an unaccompanied period of life. Thoughts published in the book are the expressions of a young mind who was unable to verbally express them, therefore they had to be written down.
by Justin P. DodsonJustin continues to be with us; he has brought so many people together to continue to bring hope and truth. His signs have been real; butterflies, cardinals, stink bugs, unfound pictures and letters. Peaceful and happy dreams, visions, and the Sermon of The Prodigal Son have been given to us by the Holy Spirit. His Dance was always Hope, Peace and Love. Prayers to all who read his message. Always take the hand and walk to the Light.
by Dominique Webb MALiterary flare passions from the roots of rejuvenation with regeneration as side, which, rather than being supernaturally constituted, shows semantic drift towards a somatic of colloquial derivations. For that brush of jacket collars in the side street you thigh on waste whilst twisting to the pub, for the old bars of money that cool your hips for auditory sprinkles songs drumming the tune of your cognitive motor to transmute chemistry up from your cells. In the dialects and runs from payment ro... more
by Nancy Kay PetersonSelling the Family shares the reflections of a sole surviving family member as she sorts several generations of belongings for a final estate auction, a quintessential experience in rural America. The poet recounts the deaths of her immediate family and watches an auctioneer's staff organize the sale of what to the family were thoughtfully acquired possessions collected over several lifespans. She sees childhood treasures tossed together for bundled bids, her father's WWII memorabilia appraised... more
by Anran LikenThis is the second collection of poetry with 44 poems on it. Just like the first collection, each one comes from my heart. I have cried some more, laughed a lot, felt every emotions and you could feel that while reading the book. Emotions rule our life whether it is love, anger, passion, crying, laughing. We all have felt these at some point in our lives. For me to let you enjoy more, there will be a third collection of poetry coming soon.
by Javier AngolaLiterature and philosophy what are these magical fantasies, so superior and everlasting. Without love or being loved what could be its discipline. Everything has roots for such a strong word, and what are roots if they don't create something new and particular, something like a whole new topic or maybe a story, a tale, whatever you want to call it. But if we look deeper we also know we can name it like most things around us, we want to feel that patronage that ownership, possession; we want it a... more
by Balogun IyanuA brilliantly woven collection that corroborates mankind as children of evolution traversing the sands of time. This poetry collection is a testament of engaging themes of life, love, nature and survival woven to make satiric, put notice on, and intellectually edify humans as common passengers in the vehicle of time. A must-have poetry collection compiled to reverberate and transcend across time. From the Author My objective of writing has always been to be the voice for what is not voiced... more
by Chaz AllenThroughout Allen’s first collection, The Thirteenth Circle, many stories were shared about the nature of the poems within and the experiences that birthed them. Poems from Quarantine seeks to continue that narrative. Containing 70 more original poems, Allen returns in true form with his latest collection. Filled with autobiographical excerpts, and provocative artwork, Allen continues to guide the reader through his mind along the way. Each piece within represents a new, as well as familiar, face... more
by Chaz AllenThe Thirteenth Circle is a collection of 66 poems written by American Poet, Chaz Allen. Aiming to provoke thought about one's nature, and autobiographical in style, the author shares explicit details of his life and what inspired certain pieces. The Thirteenth Circle is a debut which explores man’s relationship with faith, temptation and possessing a sense of self. Through a combination of poems, drawings, and autobiographical excerpts. Allen tells his story in the hope others can relate and fin... more
by Gary W. Burns2019 Readers' Favorite Poetry Award: Honorable Mention - Inspirational This calming and inspiring book of poetry, written by multi-award winning poet Gary W. Burns, is a helpful tool for meditation and healing. Offering moments of transcendent reflection the poems in this collection foster well-being and engender personal growth. Kindling reflection on one's Nature the poetry opens the vista of contemplation. The various themes that run throughout the book include love, peacefulness, nature, ... more
by Liana DeMasi
"In Which She Takes Multiple Lovers" is a three-part poetry book that portrays the journey of a queer person as she grapples with her history, romantic encounters, and rebirth, through her own demise and self-realization.
by Marshall DeerfieldTravel By Haiku: Volumes 6-10, Far Out On The Road With Friends is a collection written collaboratively by 6 individual journeyers that explores the potential of contemporary renga in connecting back to the roots of nature. It documents the stories and the community found on the road, with links to those ancestral visionaries who first mapped it out, like Jack Kerouac in his American pops, Sonia Sanchez in her bluesy kus, and Basho with his extensive journaling. This collection offers a serious ... more
by Ryan MeyerRyan Meyer departs from the horror themes of 2018's Haunt in his new collection of poems, Tempest. He explores fear, hope, and self-identity through striking fictional vignettes and surreal personal accounts. Tempest is thus a marriage between the dichotomies of musical, rhythmic poetic dialogue, and the deeper, innate anxieties that accompany change. Discover your truest self and brave the Tempest.