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Poetry

  • Sometimes I Think I Am Like Water

    by Smoky Zeidel
    In this moving book of poetry, Smoky Zeidel celebrates her walk with nature while exploring all the peaks and valleys of life through her kinship with the natural world. In Crescent Meadow, she shares her deep and abiding love for the flora and fauna of this planet we call home. Through On the Anniversary of My Father’s Death, she reflects on the cycle of life while remembering her father, who has sent her a gift every year since his passing. In I’ve Always Thought I Am Like Water, Zeidel takes... more
  • In Season's Dream

    by R. Tirrell Leonard, Jr.
    With the book broken up into the four seasons, the poetry reflects the imagery, mood and elements of the four seasons, and then goes beyond for personal truths. The best of the poems are: In Quiet Moments, Hurricane Sandy, Endurance, Oblivion and Fragment. Most of the poetry will evoke the imagery of the coastal sea and woodland interior of Massachusetts, and even some with the elements of fantasy, which may appeal to younger audiences. As with my last collection, there are snippets of rea... more
  • Treasures and Travails: An Anthology

    by Chuma Mbaeyi
    A collection of poems exploring popular themes of love, romance, hope, despondency, conflict, contradictions and the inspiration that comes from nature.
  • War Surrounds Us

    by Michael Dickel

    This chapbook, Michael Dickel's third book of poetry, collects poems written during and in response to the Israel-Gaza war in the summer of 2014. The poems evoke a resistance to the violence, and are acute observations of the effects on family and daily life – from the provocations before, through the devastating loss of human life during attacks on Gaza, and past the line of failed cease fires. The incongruence of daily life continuing as war rages is closely observed as the poet w... more

  • Victorious Living Growing in Christ

    by Eunice Y. Bluster
    What will you find inside this book? Scripture inspired poetry that will encourage you and where to find the inspiring Scripture in the Bible.
  • the three o'clock in the morning sessions: A love and broken heart poetry collection

    by Angie Martin
    A breathtaking collection of poetry, "the three o'clock in the morning sessions" leads readers through the familiar theme of love, lost love, and unrequited love with a gorgeous twist. The poems vary widely in emotion and is something to which all readers can relate. The musical, perfectly timed lines grasp onto the heart and soul and does not let go. This collection was written over the span of almost fifteen years and also contains two short stories: "the door" and "brief love".
  • Poetic Life

    by Jeremy Odom
  • Sweet Faded Ink

    by Chrissy Moon
    A sampling of one woman's lifetime of poetry, Sweet Faded Ink contains fifty poems. They reflect love, loss of love, or strength. Introduced here in a random order, the author's age ranges from 16 to 37. It's a narration of different scenes in her life, using various formats and focal points.
  • Lessons: Shattered Pieces Being Restored

    by LaDonna Marie
    We live in a day now that we experience so many things. Each life situations maybe ranging from joy, to sadness, and it becomes apart of our story. With the poetic scribes in this book, the author looks at the different life scenarios, the true, real and present issues. Author LaDonna focuses on thoughts about growing pains in life, the ones searching for love, and those who seek to become empowered to grow. It is the author’s hope that each person is able to find the strength to move forward an... more
  • 978-0-692-37999-8

    by Charmaine Dudley
    A motivational, inspirational, thought provoking, enlightening, wise, witty, empowering, innovative spin to becoming the purpose driven, fierce, fabulous, focused world changer and history maker that you were created to be. Filled with scintillating, wise, eye opening secrets of living an abundant, joyous, fullfilling and prosperous life. Laugh out loud funny, heart warming, tongue in cheek, family friendly rhymes, verses and nuggets that makes it a timeless treasure that you will want to share ... more
  • The Long Time

    by Donald Berger
    The book is a collection of lyric poems written over the last 20 years.
  • AMERICAN NOCTURNE

    by ELISABETH STEVENS
    AMERICAN NOCTURNE, Elisabeth Stevens' sixth book of poetry, is unfettered, wide-ranging. Unlike her fifth collection, SIRENS' SONGS, which was selected by Kirkus Reviews as one of the hundred best indie book books of 2011 and focused intensely on romantic and sexual liaisons, AMERICAN NOCTURNE explored a world-wide geography and more, ranging expanski
  • GOLDEN SHADOWS- SHADOWS GOLDEN UNDER THE SUN

    by AMITAVA MAZUMDAR
    All shades of emotion carry this book. Whether it is religion, sex, terrrorism- everything glinted with a subtle impression. I wrote this book while listening to the fajr, while passing through the lanes of brothels, when people get traumatized after a terror attack, while sitting alone before a tall monastic hill and listening to the silence only- I do solemnize silence that breeds thoughts and dreams that brought out my GOLDEN SHADOWS.
  • Poems, Thoughts and More

    by Maritza Martinez Mejia
    A bilingual book of poems in English/Spanish and author's voyage anecdotes. Un libro bilingüe de poemas en Inglés/Español y anécdotas de viajes del autor.
  • Poemly Speaking: Poetry

    by F.C. Blake
    Collection of poems reflecting on a life journey checkered with bewilderment, loss, stumbling, survival, triumphs, victory, growth, wonderment, and other peaks and valleys of experience.
  • Seven Last Words

    by Terry Minchow-Proffitt
    Christ’s final words from the cross—the seven sayings from the Gospels—have a compelling resonance. They have been pondered anew throughout the millennia by Christians and non-Christians alike the world over. Forged within the crucible of suffering, they have the capacity to awaken, to transform our way of beholding God and one another. In Seven Last Words, poet and pastor Terry Minchow-Proffitt gives us seven poems based on these sayings, along with an in-depth interview with Mud Season Review.... more

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