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by Kathleen ZiskaWhen a tiny brown field mouse finds his way from a wood pile into a rather comfortable house to play a game, he makes himself at home raiding the kitchen, playing in the moonlight, and sleeping near a broom. But the mouse knows if the family ever discovers him, they will surely be scared silly! In this colorful children’s book, a little mouse embraces his adventurous self as he scurries to find fun, food, and forty winks inside a warm home. - See more at: http://bookstore.archwaypublishing.com... more
by Daniel B. HuntThe Modern Day Poet is a collection of poetry that attempts to define the poet in relation to modern society. The poetry is heavy with imagery for the more serious reader, but is presented in a format of story telling that is easy and entertaining for the casual reader. To begin the poet invites you to share in his dreams with a simple poetic wish. Then follow the birth of the poetic mind as the poet explores the modern world, an exploration that ultimately ends in a crescendo of defiant hope. T... more
by Daniel B. HuntArt is everywhere. It is an integral reflection of the human soul. Yet the negativism of society often tragically destroys the joy of artistic creation. As we grow older, it becomes more difficult to maintain the creative energy that originally made us want to become artists. We are consumed by our quest for money, our jobs, and our families. Our dreams of living a contemplative life, reflected through art, too often die. But it does not have to be that way. This collection of poetry will help y... more
by William T. ElliottA War Of Love is an eclectic collection of pretty, humorous and spiritual poems.
by Michele Krueger
Luther Burbank was an internationally respected American horticulturist who dedicated his 50 year career to introducing over 800 new varieties of fruits, vegetables, and flowers for the benefit of mankind. Arbor Day is celebrated each year in California on Burbank's birthday, March 7th. This collection of 32 poems for children celebrates his ground breaking achievements in the world of plant breeding.
by Tumika Patrice CainAfter the rain is the poignant account of life through the eyes of one woman written in poetic verse. After the rain will titillate your senses, arouse your passion for life and justice, and inspire your greatest essence for love.
by Tumika Patrice CainSit back, relax and let the heartfelt words of The Heart of a Woman, touch you, heal you, encourage you, inspire you and celebrate your very real experience. Through right and wrong, good and bad, highs and lows, happiness and sadness, times of plentiful and times of lack, pleasure and pain, love and loss…these are the seasons of our lives. Between the pages of The Heart of a Woman, the author takes readers on an emotional journey through life with a decidedly poignant, sincere and poetic me... more
by A.L.D. Chalom
"One" is the debut poetry collection by Swedish author A.L.D Chalom. Her poetry has amassed a great following on various social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, where she started writing poetry under the name printpoetics (@printpoetics) - what she calls a "productive procrastination" while editing her first full length novel. This collection is filled with never-seen material and so far unpublished poetry. The poetry is modern and light, the format... more
by C.A. BoonePoetry and Prose based on the author's own experience, feelings, and thoughts while battling anxiety.
by Melissa BurkeMelissa Burke is the author of three books prior to this one and now brings you her fourth book, 46, which consists of mostly poetry. Unlike two of her other books that try to bring you into the mind of someone with mental illness, this is simply poetry and a few stories for you to understand any way you want even though depression and mania do seep through the words. There’s love, there’s light, there’s darkness, there’s loss, there’s confusion, there’s pain, there’s the weird, there’s the craz... more
by Melissa BurkeThis book is written by a young woman with bipolar disorder, who wrote poems and short stories both in her manic and depressed states. The book is meant to both capture the readers as well as show how bipolar disorder can affect people. It's meant to shed some light on bipolar disorder and depression for those who don't suffer from those things, know someone who does or just want to understand what goes through the mind of someone with mental illness. It's also meant to show those who go th... more
by LaQueisha MaloneLaQueisha Malone is back with another compilation of poetry that relates to love, happiness, relationship issues, and different emotions that will leave you captivated. Sometimes these emotions can be overwhelming, and hold you hostage. Not all emotional captivity is unpleasant. Some emotions can be virtuous such as, love, happiness, joy, and peace. In Part One, Held Captive, her poetry reflects the different types of emotions causing a person to become depressed, sadden, hurt, or even betra... more
by Yolanda De Iuliis
A life collection of poetry by Yolanda De Iuliis, published September 2015. Written over a 10 year period of her life. This book gives you an insight in the process of growing up and becoming an adult through poetry.
by Ronald Paul SpeakesSnowPoems is a book of related poems that explores the cultural and historical landscape of an era rife with the potential for death and renewal – basically the three score and ten years following World War II, when the horrors of the Holocaust and Hiroshima hid behind the blue skies of space exploration and the viridian-screen of computer/cinema simulation. A work comprised of fifty-two poems with a four-section poetic narrative that weaves them into a life, the life of a generation, based ... more
by Martin RotheryI am not a poet! That is what I keep telling myself anyway! A poet is someone that takes the literary form very seriously and it would appear that I tend to be quite the opposite. I just enjoy playing around with words to create something enjoyable to read, something to make people laugh, something to make you think or just say “what was that?”. Who cares as long as it provokes a reaction? Yes, sometimes they are a bit of fun, sometimes a bit grim, sometimes thought provoking, but at the end... more
by John Thomas Allen and Alan GulletteThe collaboration of two poets becomes a surrealist seance that lasts 25 days. This is the record.