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by Michelle de VilliersOphi wants to be a real star: a space star. The problem is, he is a sea star and not a blazing star -- which may just be the right thing to be after all! Join Ophi in his poetic quest to travel to outer space and cry for him when his dream is crushed. But is it really that bad? Sea stars have hidden talents that rock stars don't! Written in verse, with colourful illustrations.
by D. J. LeMarrThe story of Lucifer's fall from heaven is well known. His wicked nature is legendary, surviving for many years, yet as all conflicts go there are two sides. These opposing sides each with their own reasons and justifications. Knowing only part of the story is worthless. The Keys of Death and Hades is the first book in the Epic of Lucifer. It is the story as it happened through the Wyrm's eyes. What could be so precious that Lucifer would dare defy the will of God, supreme creator of all, fail a... more
by Sean KennedyThe poems have diverse styles of rhyme and blank verse. I've experienced several crises in my time on the planet; some of which have a humorous touch, but others feature the grim or regretful side. Readers may interpret them as they wish. The complexities of cricket are laid bare, and I was never any good at the game. But I was a world record holder as part of the crowd of more than ninety thousand at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in 1961 when Australia played the West Indies. Finally, ther... more
by Allen Lee Ireland
Loners and Mothers explores the complicated psychology of loners within a variety of contexts, their obsession with family, and their many means of escape from what they perceive as a dark and frightening world.
by Kelcie D. BrunsonLife is constantly changing and over time it brings about a change in each of us. Living With Reason epitomizes this evolution of the spirit which occurs simply by living and going through experiences, both good and bad. Although the good tend to be more in demand, it is the tough situations that highlight our true character and develops us with each encounter. As we grow and try to figure this thing out, we learn to accept that we are going to make mistakes on this journey and that is okay. Wit... more
by Cecil WellesThis book represents a sample of the author?s thought clarification. Somber, crazy, joyful, or eclectic in subjects, the sonnet format provides a steady bedrock of expression. Some subjects are deep, some barely scratch the surface, some try to resolve a conundrum, and some are a passing whim. All start with a single word or phrase with no end state in mind until the poem is done.
by don edwards
by Charles JosephCHAMELEON (Omnibus Unum 2012-2016) is a dazzling four-year collage of Charles Joseph’s thought provoking poems and stories, assembled at the close of 2016. In this sharp, entertaining volume, you will find sixty-six collected and uncollected reasons why his following has continued to grow day-by-day, reader-by-reader, since the release of his first chapbook War Paint in 2012. Filled with a hodgepodge of themes from loss to everyday observations and everything in between, Chameleon drags you into... more
by Elaine Parker AdamsHaiku Bouillabaisse is a collection of 72 haiku poems, nine in each of eight sections. The poems cover Youth and Old Age, Good Times and Bad Times, Garden and Yard, and Crisis-September 11 and Crisis-Hurricane Katrina. Some of the poems present classical themes of nature, others address social issues. The author's hometown, New Orleans, is prominent. A photograph introduces each section, and notes accompany each poem. The notes discuss how the poems evolved. The poems should be digested ca... more
by Dave Morrison
Memoir. Mosaic. Miniatures. Meditations. Morsels. Beads on a string. Love notes to the Muse. Poems. Not-poems. Songs of praise. Psalms.
"Compelling and wise as the mystical musings of Rumi, these psalms sing it loud and yet whisper secrets in your ear. You can take these beguiling poems to heart.”
~Kristen Lindquist author of Tourists in the Known World
“Morrison's Psalms are distillations on his peren... more
by Ideas With Ink
Time Capsule is a poetic journey about various aspects of life, written by Ideas with Ink. Separated into different categories, such as Existence, Odes, Dreams, Questions, Answers, Love and more, the visualization created by each poem is incredible, reaching into the innermost portion of your soul. TimeCapsule is eloquent, heart-warming and emotional, and recommend it to readers who ponder on the depth and meaning of one's existence.
by Andrea DorbuChaos is a journey of insecurity, heartbreak, and happiness through short stories and poems. It allows readers to embrace finding light in even the darkest parts of life.
by Dave MorrisonClubland is a collection of poems about rock bars, written in form and verse. “Morrison’s rock star past haunts much of his writing, but his eye for detail and his razor-sharp sense of humor elevate his words into something much more than that — something visceral and anchored in the real world, whether it’s in the past or the present.” (Emily Burnham, Bangor Daily News) “Morrison can be trusted to not waste your time; every poem is worth the read. He never missteps in his wistful yet fr... more
by Dave MorrisonDave Morrison’s poems are full of surprises; tenderness when you least expect it, dark humor you don’t see coming, earnestness colliding with smartassery, and onion-like layers of meaning. Hailed as 'A hearty weed in the garden of American poetry' Dave Morrison's poems have been published in literary magazines and anthologies, and featured on Writer’s Almanac and Take Heart. After years of playing guitar in rock & roll bars in Boston and NYC, Dave currently resides in coastal Maine. Shake Hands ... more
by Dave MorrisonWhen poet Dave Morrison was diagnosed with tonsillar cancer he reacted the only way he knew how; by writing poems. "In these honest and courageous poems, Morrison shares his turbulent journey through the landscape of cancer, its painful paths and nearly unclimbable hills, its tremendous skies with bright stars of gratitude. These poems encompass a geography of emotion, from self-deprecation and moments of despair, to humor, love, and resilience. Morrison describes the beginning of illness, the l... more
by Aaron Ozee
The cursed winds of the fiery mists flowing about the innocent graces of the forcefully broken. Painfully protruding the poetically damned souls still wandering the world in search of sinister practice.