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by Maurice Bishop
"My heart on paper recite words that can't flow through my windpipe."
Maurice "Wisdom" Bishop is back with another compilation of poetry that will move you emotionally. The powerful, spoken word poet, serving in the United States Army takes you on a journey through life on the streets as he saw it. Battling with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, suicide attempts, and the death of his only child, he prevails.
Bishop feels it'... more
by William KofoedI do not know why most poets write poetry but I know why I do so. I write because a thought gets in my head and bounces around till I write it down. You could say that I don't try to write but that I am forced to write. Now I do try to write "good" poetry that people will enjoy reading, but I don't try to write poems for people to read. Most people find that they like some of my poems and hate others of them.
by Sarah SteeleJoin these twenty-six monsters in your silliest journey through the alphabet yet. Be sure to remind the monsters at every chance you get that...."The ABCs do not scare me!" Creatively illustrated, cleverly rhymed, you'll walk away from The Monsterbet inspired, happy, and achy (from all that laughing). Warning: while children of all ages always beg for more of The Monsterbet, moms seem to always gag and run away. Dads, give the moms a break, and read this book to your kids.
by Sarah SteeleIn The Shoephabet, shoes take on a new form as letters, hand-drawn exclusively with colored pencil. The engaging rhymes highlight each shoe's personality and bounce off the tongue with their toe-tapping cadence.
by D. R. Nguyen\tThere’s something about the night, staying up at two or three in the morning, unable to sleep, while everyone else is in bed. The world feels like a lonely place deep in thought with the TV playing in the background for comfort while playing with our phones trying to sleep. D. R. Nguyen captures what it feels like to feel isolated from the world and chasing a dream through poetry, prose, and free verse. In his captivating book “Dark Days Lonely Nights.”
by Dorothy McDonaldPoems I wrote while in a mode of worship over the last five years. These are poems that worship God Almighty. I hope they inspire you to worship Jesus Christ while you read them. Also, check out Think, Pray, Meditate you will find more poems incorporated into the book.
by Eric Christopher Jackson
"What have you done in your life that makes it seem impossible to recover from? A crucial mistake? A misunderstanding? A tendency to cling to immaturity? A row of decisions that scream irresponsibility? Or have you committed the greatest sin: Not really doing anything? No goals. No dreams. Believing life & success come easy. You took time for granted & now it feels like your time is up. Wasted.
I know the feeling. You wake up every morning wondering: Why am I still here? There&rsqu... more
by Eric Christopher Jackson
"Speak" is my second collection of writing. It features poetry, including "Skin" and "My Last Prayer" and short stories like "Just a Fan" and "The Judge." Short scripts (Too Cold for Meowing), essays (A History of Blood), and personal stories like "Escaping Pornography" are also included. My goal in this book is to be more transparent as an individual in order to help and inspire others. Most of the work was written between 2012 and ... more
by Eric Christopher JacksonNovember 2013 | Publishers Weekly Cover Feature "As I began my journey into adulthood, I realized the persona of what I was led to believe a man should be was a standard I could not meet. I believed in God, but I did not believe in me. I felt fear. I felt anxiety. I felt insecure. And I could tell no one about it. Instead, I began to write my feelings down in the form of poetry on scraps of paper. This process helped me to be honest with myself about who I saw in the mirror. As you read thr... more
byWalter Schenck presents a new, exciting version of the Book of Jonah, with an expanded clarification of biblical events. It is written in free verse, poetry, block verse, and prose, while maintaining the essence of the original narrative. If anyone thinks they know what the Book of Jonah is about, think again.
by Surazeus Simon SeamountHermead of Surazeus is an epic poem in pentameter blank verse about the greatest philosophers and scientists who contributed to the growth of civilization. Volume 5 contains in 20,780 lines of blank verse the following episodes: Library Of Demetrios Phalereus, Garden Of Epikouros, Spheres Of Arkhimedes, Organ Of Ktesibios, Parallels Of Eratosthenes.
by Garrett Ray Harriman
Kishōtenketsu is an ancient Chinese and Japanese literary structure that presents stories in four distinct parts: ki (introduction), shō (development), ten (surprise), and ketsu (conclusion). Unlike many Western flavors of plot, here surprise supersedes conflict as the foundation of tales worth telling. Part flash fiction, part prose poetry, and across multiple genres, LOST IN THE 4REST collects 52 four-sentence pieces that experiment with this fascinating storytelling tradition. Ea... more
by Walter SchenckThis poetry book looks at the 2016 election, his love for his wife, ands views on everyday subjects.
by Walter SchenckWalter's poetry thats on the political, religious, and various stages of life in an easy to read style.
by Henry CunninghamThe Geometry of Freedom is a collection of poetry about liberating the human spirit through exploration of our innermost workings and of our inextricable connections with our world. Henry Cunningham takes us on a colorful journey of elation, examination, and celebration, reassuring us always of our potential, our responsibility, and our power. The collection is divided into three sections inspired by the awakening of our will, the importance of duty and playfulness in our world, and the boldness... more
by Weam Namou“Sometimes, a book of poems transcends the form and becomes pure experience. I Am a Mute Iraqi with a Voice is a startling call to memory and mourning for an Iraq that is “dead,” an ululation for all that is lost in war after war after war. In these poems, Iraqis are divided not by politics but by location and circumstance; those fortunate enough to live in America are wracked with guilt, and those left behind are trapped indoors. Namou interrogates this split within herself, with poem after poe... more