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by H. O. TanagerOriginal haiku plus vintage images = Haiku Princess. Traditional haiku - at least the most interesting of the genre - include the "volta," or "turn," a rhetorical shift or dramatic change in thought or emotion. Pairing modern, slantwise thoughts with Victorian images, Haiku Princess expands on the idea of the "volta" of a poem to include a visual layer... because it just seemed right. Paired with Victorian illustrations, conveniently ordered from least-to-most profane (as interpreted by ... more
by JRobin Whitley
This is a collection of original poetry. Hard copies may be ordered from City Lights Bookstore where they are kept on hand to be signed by the author.
by Reginald ChandlerImagination is the source that creativity spawn from, without it the soul would be void. This book basically reach those places in your mind that you try to reach in dreams and fantasies. I addressed the beauty of love, life, heartbreak, death and many other subjects. Each poem I collected over a long span of time. The unique poems talk to the readers on different levels. Some subjects are touchy and they will make us question ourselves. I titled the book "Ethereal Paradise" because the poems I ... more
by Kay Bradford RodriguezMy second book of poetry from the heart.
by Kay Bradford RodriguezIt a book of poetry created from my own thoughts on life and living.
by Sondra Faye
by Antoine J. Polgar
Poetry by French-born American poet in which an anachronistic narrative of transatlantic memoir, nostalgia and a Euro-American sensibility is forged out of attempts to fashion a convergence of poetic genres and forms – such as the epic of contemporaneity, the lyric of experience and elegiac allusion - through the use of classical rhetorical instruments of apostrophe, imprecation and synecdoche, shaped by the historical imagination.
by Aulsondro Novelist HamiltonThe author, Aulsondro Novelist Hamilton’s “50 SHADES of L.O.V.E. – Learning Our Various Emotions” is a completion of poetic expressions that delve into life governed by Emotions and love. L.O.V.E. is the foundation on which all should stand on in order to better understand one another.
by LaclusterA collection of poem exploring what it means to live in a city already given up for dead. This Rustbelt adventure investigates nostalgia, hope, fear, love, lust, and progress. It is a dimly lit statement of solidarity with those who fight for an unimaginable future.
by Yardnom PordlawThis book contains poems and songs that might not be suitable for younger readers. Reader discretion is advised. From the mind of an Autistic individual comes a compilation of the written word that discusses love, faith, and the world in a fashion that only he could exhibit.
by Kevin M. Isaac
"Breakfast with my Fathers" is a journey of discovery, renewal and faith. It is also a seamless forward and backward trip in time to relish wonderful memories and create new ones. It is as much a celebration as it is a tribute to Fathers. Yet it remains sufficiently self-aware to capture life as it happens and to depict psychic reflections of life in a carnival of verbal photography.
by Robert Lampros
Illuminating Sidewalks is a collection of poems and essays about love, community, history, and faith in Jesus Christ.
by Danya Taylor
The Art Of Growing Up is a collection of free verse poetry that was written over the course of several years. This book of new wave poetry radiates the brutal honesty of what it means to truly grow up, and the ambiguousness that one can become lost in during the transition between adolescence and adulthood. The Art Of Growing Up is a direct reflection of the authors life and her harrowing memories that contain the ability to absolutely captivate any audience.
by Daniel WalkerWith an inspirational foreword by a 19 year old college student Ka’Lysta A. Greene, a deeply emotional introduction by Daniel L. Walker, and a personal testimony by his niece Brittney R. Smith. After the success of his #1 Bestselling novel God’s Rain: Poetry of Love, Life, and Family, Poet and Author Daniel L. Walker, Sr returns with his compelling and heartfelt stories of love, betrayal, and hope. So much has been sensationalized surrounding the life and death of Teirra Walker, but this book ... more
by Robert Lampros
Fits of Tranquility is a book of poetry and prose about hope, healing, perseverance, and joy, as well as faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and falling in love.
by M. Anthony SaccoCollection of interesting, readable, thought provoking poetry including various styles, themes, photographic prompts and micro-poetry. The second book of original poems by M. Anthony Sacco.