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  • Crush

    by Jill Niebuhr
    Times of struggle, loneliness, and conflict are common. Crush offers comfort in our difficulty. It offers hope that these times will pass, that we can get through anything, and it is very possible to live with love in our hearts and life. When you read how people that have passed touched Niebuhr's heart you will relate and lean on the good in people. You will remember we all have someone to look up to and not everything needs to be understood. We come to our truths in time. Crush offers up one a... more
  • Love Haiku

    by Nowick Gray
    A collection of love poems for her, a woman, a spirit called zen. What is love? At times romance, infatuation, metaphysical longing. Love hurts when unrequited, satisfies when it fills from within, reflected in nature's unconditional beauty. The haiku here follow the 5-7-5 syllable form. 
  • A Time for Love

    by Krystal Runkis

    Nothing can compare to the feeling of true love. You don't always find it when you are looking for it, and the effects of love make your veins run hot with fiery passion. In a heated exchange of free verse and spoken word poetry, you can step into the sensual world of true love at its deepest in "A Time for Love." Experience the happiness, pain and perseverance of two destined lovers finding themselves ever closer to each other in this exciting anthology of romantic poetry.

  • The Big Adventures of Tiny House

    by Susan Schaefer Bernardo

    The adventure begins when an old farmhouse gets salvaged and recycled into Tiny, a snug little house with a big heart -- and WHEELS! With the help of Big Truck, Tiny sets off across America to discover if he is still a real home.

    Tiny makes friends on the road, like Shiny the Airstream, Waverly the houseboat, and Buster the skoolie. He even goes to a jamboree! After thousands of miles, Tiny discovers that home isn't a place…it's a feeling in your heart.

    Th... more

  • All Lives Matter

    by Marvina Sims
    All Lives Matter is a compilation of various lifestyle situations expressed via poetry. Certain poems are Marvina Sims? personal testimonies. Marvina?s motivation comes from speaking directly with people and from worldwide occurrences. Be it diseases, substances, or divine intervention, everything in the world serves a purpose. Entities have either helped people, created barriers, or both. Accomplishments and devastations on one side of the world influence lives on the opposite end of the globe.... more
  • Poems from the Mind Of a Madman

    by Don J. Metivier
    Within this book are simple and deeply reflective messages. Every poem carries meaning for the reader to enjoy and philosophize with. Whether you are looking for poetry that delivers simple reading enjoyment or poetry that takes the reader to deeper levels of understanding. This book is for you. From life?s little curiosities to major ongoing world conditions, this book will provide the reader with an opportunity to scavenge through brilliantly thought out messages. The Poems from the Mind of a ... more
  • I Wake

    by Walter Schenck
    Powerful political poetry rendered in deep sarcasm against Obama, Kerry, and Hillary. The poems praise Jewish settlements in the West Bank as well as Trump. As always, Mr. Schenck has delivered a timely masterpiece of poetic revelation.
  • On the Night Before Christmas

    by Shelagh Watkins
    On the Night Before Christmas is a modern version of the classic poem, "'Twas the Night Before Christmas". The original poem first appeared in print in 1823 in the New York "Sentinel". Clement Clarke Moore composed the poem after a shopping trip on a sleigh. This version follows the theme of a father who awakens to the sound of reindeer. He runs to the window and sees Santa slip down the chimney, carrying a sack of toys with him. He watches as Santa fills the stockings hanging by the fireplace. ... more
  • When I Was a Child: I Was Always Afraid

    by Michael Cascio
    When I Was a Child I Was Always Afraid describes fears common to many children. What is especially lovely about this book is the way in which the father meets his son’s fears with respect, compassion, and skill, helping his child turn towards the things that frighten him. Together they investigate each fear to help the child see (and eventually feel) that the situation is safe. Working with (rather than hiding from) fears gradually enables children to release them. This sweet book will bring r... more
  • Still Beautiful

    by 4-U-Nique Publishing

    "Still Beautiful" takes readers on a path of nostalgia; a time where "Black is beautiful" wasn't just a phrase, it was a way of life. Kevin's words paint memorable portraits of social injustices, marches, afros, and grandmas's cooking. His poems show us how unity is important in getting through though times, and no matter the issue Black is the color of Beauty.

  • Poetic Therapy

    by Greg Ware
    Everyone wants to be enlightened in their life, but they also desire to be entertained! Poetic Therapy is the antidote to this dilemma as it accomplishes both goals with one inoculation. As an educator, comedian, hit songwriter and producer, Greg Ware is the most logical choice to administer this miraculous serum. The life-long benefits of these seventy poems may be more valuable than any other prescription. Father Time is running out on Mother Nature, and this soliloquy of syntax not only mirro... more
  • A Crack in the Door: Poems and Drawings

    by Zach Hapeman
    Sweet, sour and full of dark delight, Zach Hapeman’s poetry and illustrations cast a hopeful glow against the shadows that creep in the corners of your room. This procession of playful verse, silly ideas and strange tales will make you shudder, laugh, puzzle and wonder. Nose-picking ghosts, menacing gingerbread men, ghastly witches and a girl who loves cheese curds are just a few of the unusual characters wandering these darkened rows. Full of beautiful, chilling and ridiculous moments, this boo... more
  • Words of Yellow Hammer an Unacceptable Injun

    by Milton Blake
    Milton Blake climbs into the skin of a cantankerous, eloquent Native American called Yellow Hammer, who stares with unblinking eyes at the staggering history of the American Indian. During this epic, poetic journey, the indigenous people’s extraordinary lives, great chiefs, and unwavering spirit are vividly revealed and truly honored.
  • God & Other Poems

    by Maryrose Carroll
    Paul Carroll made an indelible mark on modern American Poetry and literature by fearlessly publishing the magazine Big Table. In this, Carroll's last book of his own poetry, God and Other Poems, Final Poems, he searches for the nature of self, of life, of death, of God. Knowing that he had less than a year to live, these poems reflect grace, courage, humor and emotional tranquility. Paul Carroll had an inherent understanding of the world he viewed from the top of George's Gap in the mountains of... more
  • Marco Poems

    by Daniel Muro LaMere
    A chapbook of eight poems creating a narrative arc around the life of Marco, a broken hero. These poems pay homage to Minneapolis, punk rock, and the complexity of the human spirit.
  • Assortments of Grace: A Collection of Poetry

    by Cheryl Denise Chandler
    Assortments of Grace: A Collection of Poetry . A collection of easy flow writings that'll infuse the very essence of hope, love and encouragement to, Keep on Keeping On! Seasonal writings that are child and young-adult friendly. Selected writings if read in characterization with emphasis. Will indeed delight the youngest of our future readers. Therefore, a body of work that will be a blessing for the entire family. Inspirational, reflective and emotionally soothing writings that spe... more

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