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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
by Candice Louisa DaquinProduced and Written by Nicholas Gagnier
by Candice Louisa DaquinBook #4 poetry.
by Candice Louisa DaquinPublished by Finishing Line Press. A short collection of poetry By Candice Louisa Daquin
by Candice Louisa DaquinBook #3 poetry.
by Candice Louisa DaquinBook #2 of poetry.
by Candice Louisa DaquinPoetry collection #1.
by Candice Louisa DaquinCo-Editor along with Christine Ray, Kindra Austin, Rachel Finch. In response to the #metoo movement and the Judge Kavanaugh Hearings of 2018. Poetry about sexual assault, abuse and survival.
by Candice Louisa DaquinSMITTEN is an anthology of 120 poets, artists and authors from across the globe, who have come together to write about women loving women in a powerful project of love and raising visibility of LGBTQ relationships.
by Kindra M. Austin
TWELVE is the yearlong journey of grief and healing. You'll feel the mourning of a daughter, love of a mother, and the highs, lows, and plateaus that make the healing process an intricate one. Above all, you'll feel the steel of a woman determined to hold onto life.
by Kindra M. AustinAll the Beginnings of Everything is a tour du force, one woman carrying the kaleidoscope of her family tree. In many ways, phantasmagoric in its debt to allegory, metaphor, and visceral self-talk. It’s a world outside of time, revealing how everything started and the patterns we never see tattooed beneath our skin, multiplying with every choice. All beg the questions, what is fate, and what is within our control? Can we save ourselves and others from prior outcomes? Will the tapestry of our ance... more
Horizon's Place And Time Meet: A Collection of Poetry: Collection of Poems by Cara E. Moore by Cara E. Moore (2013-09-26)by Cara E. MooreCollection of Poems by Poet Cara E. Moore including photographs taken by the author. Horizon's Place And Time Meet is a collection of poems that span over 20 years and have been featured in Art Galleries, National Writer's Association Mayfest Competition, Poetry Journals, Poetry Workshops, Public Readings and as a feature at the Funky Craft Fayre monthly event. Photographs taken by the poet are also featured to illustrate poems. The title is taken from the first poem, Horizon's Place And Time Me... more
by Dhruv GuptaAn Orphan's Rapbook is a collection of 15 rap-poems written in the persona of an orphan. Straight from an orphan's heart, these poems revolve around the themes of friendship, family and justice, and are bound to take their readers on an unforgettable journey through the emotional turmoil of a young orphan's mind.
by Bethel SwiftConversations with Good Men is a three-act poetic journey that explores the concept of "goodness" and witnesses a feminist’s awakening while grappling to better understand belief, upbringing, place, desire, and self-worth.