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by Curtis RobbinsFor centuries, people have loved tales shared by poets—Homer, Chaucer, and many others. In the late nineteenth century, people were mesmerized by the tales of traversing the Bush Country of Australia as told meticulous detail by a deaf poet named Henry Lawson. In this collection of verses, poet Curtis Robbins—who is himself deaf—shares a tale of a group whom very few hearing people know about or understand.**The poems in this collection present a story told daily among deaf people. They focus on... more
by Nadia BenjellounA short poetry collection that incorporates an insight into the modern world while using the literary style of classics that have used creative and imposing usage of symbolism, personification, and analogies. The poems in this book explore the various aspects of human emotion, life as perceived by different points of views, and humanity itself. Along with those are arbitrary poems that hold great meaning and entire stories behind them and are somehow connected, along with hints about the author'... more
by Audrey Andujar Wright
The most effective "Cloud Server" tested throughout time and bearing Spiritual Gifts is the cloud of God's Presence. It comes with spiritual gifts, is FREE and leads to life eternal.
Your sensations of comfort are not dependent upon programmed behavioral responses for mandatory compliance or making payments to any system.
The Comforter is the free gift you get when you accept Jesus Christ of Nazareth as your Lord and Savior.
This book touches on ... more
by Audrey Andujar WrightThis compilation of poems is rolled out as one long poem which spans the journey of the spiritual growth of an adulterous woman in a nation spinning, while facing unspeakable adversity with grace and love. It also deals with individual spiritual growth and transferring love from a man to God, and also with National Politics in the USA and the threat of ISIS. It is not only poetry, but also draws influence from "Spoken Word" traditions.
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.