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by Gisela PereiraDancing-you or Dançar-te is a passionate tale written in the shape of poems. Each poem is a moment of a story swaying through metaphors and literals of dance, myths, and philosophic thoughts. Bringing in mythological tales and gods, pagan beliefs, romance, spirituality, and mysticism. A magical book,exquisitely crafted and illustrated in watercolor paintings and simultaneously displayed in two languages, Portuguese and English.
by Chad SokolovskyProphecy Mechanic is the debut poetry collection from Chad Sokolovsky and was the first place winner in the Quercus Review Press annual book award 2016.
by Mohsen HarandiMy first goal for this book is to provide a simplified English view of the deep Persian philosophies reflected in the masterpieces of Hafez, Saadi, Rumi and Khayyam poems. Over centuries thanks to amazing devotion of many poetic heroes, the poem lovers around the world have been introduced to these teachings through translation. I am hoping these master's teachings engrained in me since childhood would enable me to provide a different reflection of these teachings through my original English p... more
by Mary Meriam
PUBLICATION DATE: SEPTEMBER 1, 2018. In ambitious and dextrous poems employing a variety of formal guises, Mary Meriam creates for us an impressionistic yet incisive vision of love and loss in her powerful new collection, My Girl’s Green Jacket . . . Meriam’s assured poems pulse with a channeled intensity, leading us as readers through an emotional and intellectual landscape . . . A collection as brilliant as it is emotionally nuanced, My Girl’s Green Jacke... more
by Victoria PolmatierIn Surviving Suicide, author Victoria Polmatier relates her grieving process during the first year after her adult son’s death by suicide. Victoria shares a journey through grief to acceptance and finding she could carry her love for her son and live her life fully once again.
by Paige Amelia Davies
Pages of My Diary is a story of the ups and downs of life, told through poetry. Each chapter covers subjects from addiction, to love, to mental illness. While each poem tells a story of its own, they've been woven together to flow one to the next, poem to poem, and chapter to chapter.
by Shangri-La Durham-ThompsonNina Solei?s smile touches the hearts of all those she encounters. When her grandpa first held her in his arms, he was overwhelmed by the way her smile affected him. Because he felt such joy, he decided to call her princess. He was also touched by her beauty, her loving and smiling personality, which became more evident at her first birthday party celebration. The narrator retells this event to a young child and emphasizes the lengths we will go to celebrate. Yet despite the cake and ice cream a... more
by Kathleen DunleavyA beautiful collection of poems written by a mother as she has travelled along the path of her life. This collection consists of some solemn and spiritual works, several Thanksgiving prayer-poems which depict all family members, a passionate 9-11 poem from a hands-on perspective, and three family deaths.
by Lummy KinsThe Black Book is an anthology of thought-stimulating pieces of literature in poetry format. It seeks to take its readers on an emotional journey, with the aim of broadening their worldview on various subject matters ranging from; love, death, humanity, politics, chaos, distress, pain, unity, loneliness and abandonment.
by Victorine NganguTHE POEMS OF COMMON SENSE / LES POÈMES DU SENS COMMUN is an incredible book consisting of twenty-one poems. One part of the book is the English version. The other part of the book is the French version. Each poem has its own flower. This book is for children and adults. It is an education for everyone. Whether people like to read the poems or not, anyone would love these poems as they stand for our everyday lives.
by Jeff g.o.Odyssey of the Mind: A Just Lyph Story is a book about mental health and the formative years of adulthood. The overarching theme of the book delves heavily into the concept of critical analysis and the use of creativity as coping mechanism for mental health issues. Formatted in the classical epic style, the intertwining tales of 7 young adults is broken up into 5 different episodic parts. Each page exists as a standalone poem, while also fitting into the overarching story between pages. There's ... more
by Mary Alice SutherlandA child's stuffed animals have an A to Z discussion while the child is fast asleep. Two boastful animal friends try to outdo each other, and a dog on a promenade gets into trouble with a bee. Read also about Witch Who Who, a visit to the zoo, and a frog's vision of itself. A fun book of light verse delightfully illustrated by the author. Perfect for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and 1st graders.
by Connor LynndanFor people who know what it's like to be a human. This is poetry that will speak to you, simple objects and nature that give out life lessons. The most popular Poems that speak volumes are, Two Plates And I, Mother, and A Dark Room. If you ever feel alone, or looking for a night read, or just some inspiration, there's a poem for every little thing.
by Travis CarperI wrote these three poetry pieces called Thematic Imagery back in 1999 during the WTO protests in Seattle. I think they are still applicable today. Enjoy! Also I did some Spoken Word during this time and you can find some live recordings on SoundCloud. Also I have a YouTube channel. Light, Love and in Service! Thank you all for going through this magnificent journey!
by Kristin HuntEarly on in this unique book—part poetry collection, part life story—Kristin Hunt recounts a disturbing experience she had at a sleepover with her volleyball team. As the party got underway, her white classmates began using racial slurs and laughing. Hunt, one of the few black girls at the party, tried to explain what was so wrong with these words but quickly realized that her classmates didn’t care. Hunt, a natural poet and writer, instinctively knows the vital importance of words, and she care... more
by Lorraine Lipani