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by Rodolfo Valera Cabado
The book is a collection of the author's "mostly unbidden scribblings over a period of fifty years - those that survived both fire and flood".
The book is divided into two parts. Part I contains his surviving poems and Part II contains his only surviving three-act play, "Orphans and Orchids".
by Joseph HutchisonThis anthology, of poems touching on World War I consists mainly of American poems written during and after the Great War. Taken together, these poems re-frame, echo, contradict, and challenge our assumptions about that war. World War I created the thoroughly Modern world we live in now, and while the Trench Poets mourned the old world’s passing, other poets invested their hopes in the Modern world they saw being born. One way or another, these poets were looking toward us, and what they said ab... more
by Joseph HutchisonEyes of the Cuervo/Ojos del Crow is a bilingual edition of poems written over two decades by Joseph Hutchison, Colorado Poet Laureate (2014-2019) during annual visits to the Caribbean coast of Mexico. Inspired by the natural and cultural pleasures of the "Mayan Riviera," these poems celebrate love, friendship, the sun-warmed sand and the sparkling sea, touching always on the unseen "something" that enlivens the heart and the mind. All the poems are beautifully recreated in Spanish by Patricia He... more
by Phyllis Cole-DaiThis is an award-winning collection of more than 150 mindfulness poems, mostly by contemporary or recent poets. These poems call us to the Here and Now, and help us to dwell there. The Here and Now is all that truly belongs to us, and as the poets say, it’s enough. An inspiring read for lovers of beautiful, accessible poetry, this book is also a valuable resource for literature teachers, spiritual directors, meditators, interfaith clergy, mindfulness trainers, social workers, counselors, poet... more
by Brenda Baker
Poetry for the heart and soul. A finalist for the Book Excellence Awards of 2019. In her debut poetry collection, Brenda Baker explores our shared humanity and what it means to be human. Throughout, she introduces a wide range of characters from all walks of life - inviting the reader to share intimate stories of love, loss, heartache, pain, and joy.
by Elizabeth MaasCollection of. Children's short stories & rhynes Filled with dynamic lessons , moving to the beat and drum of a child's imagination
by Charley ElbowDragons burps, unicorn horns and the moon, friendship, difference and whiffy socks, witches, wizards and ghosts, a little sadness, adventures of Chameleon Cat and more. An engaging, fun, thought-provoking and inclusive book of over 170 poems and very short stories. It offers suggestions for ways readers may begin to express their own ideas, thoughts and creativity. "..a lovely collection of poems" - Give A Book charity.
by Jacqueline StoneA collections of writings symbolically about my life experiences and how I realized I am a writer.
by Geoffrey Bevington
by Sneha Sundaram’Sunshine Blooms and Haiku’ is award winning poet Sneha Sundaram’s debut book of poems. This book is an exquisite collection of English language haiku and senryu exploring the nuances of this Japanese poetry form. Inspired by nature, ‘Sunshine Blooms and Haiku’ is filled with little moments that celebrate life. The Haiku draw you in as you travel through the seasons. Spring, Summer, Monsoon, Autumn and Winter are all represented in their full glory. The little poems leave a big mark. ... more
by Matthew JohnsonLarry Moffi of Settlement House writes of the poetry collection: "The poems of Matthew Johnson’s remarkable first book are vibrant, restless and yes, provocative. Their language deftly calls forth rich cultural perspectives of today and days gone by. From Sinatra to Paul Laurence Dunbar, from Charlie Parker to the Jim Crow South, Shadow Folk and Soul Songs cast a thoughtful net. This impressive bounty is both timely and urgent in addressing the seasons of our lives."
by John W. Leys
Myths are stories without authors, composed before we wrote things down, when everything was recorded on the poet's tongue and in the bard's breath. They stem from a time when the border between dream and reality was barely drawn, when the wall between this world and the other was but a thin membrane, at best. Myths were our first attempts to make sense of the world around us, using inspiration and imagination, before the philosophers invented epistemology and the scientific method. T... more
by John W. LeysEdited by David L. O'Nan This bookzine is a book dedicated to the Inspiration of Leonard Cohen has left on many lives. Poetry, Quotes, Artwork photos, stories. It has been 3 years since his passing, and it is still hard to come to full grip with this. Contributors include Geoffrey Wren, Paul Robert Mullen, Attracta Fahy, John Everex, Lennon Stravato, Joan Hawkins, Christina Strigas, ps Pirro, Sarah Marquez, Xerado, Norb Aikin, Ediney-Santana, Neel Trivedi, Amanda McLeod, Robert Frede Kenter, Ja... more
by John W. Leys
Written/Edited by Nicholas Gagnier. The followup to SWEAR TO ME, ALL THE LONELY PEOPLE brings over 20 writers from around the world in a search for acceptance from the people we were taught to be.
by John W. LeysThe Darkness of His Dreams by John W. Leys is an intimate journey by way of verses—a sequence of poignant and thought provoking ruminations. Readers will travel the ages through the keen lens that Leys has trained on history, philosophy, humanity, and his own life experiences. The Darkness of His Dreams is fine bourbon. Drink its words and feel pleasantly full.
by Linda Albert
Good poetry has the power to help us deeply connect with others while accessing our higher selves. At its best, poetry can act as a reflective mirror and catalyst for personal growth and societal change. Charting the Lost Continent succeeds at both and comes at a time in history when its message is more important than ever as both men and women collectively work toward female empowerment, self-acceptance, and gender equality. A certified Jungian Archetypal Pattern Analyst and co... more