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Poetry

  • Flashes of Emotion

    by Augustine Sam

    Flashes of Emotion--the 2015 International Book Awards Finalist--is a book of romantic poetry. The selection, both timely& timeless, allows us to tap into the poet's insights on a wide variety of topics from life and love to death and drudgery. This contemporary poetry has a classical edge that highlights a lively, refreshing, and innovative style. A 'must have' for anyone who has ever experienced love, pain, defeat, or joy...

  • Seven Last Words

    by Terry Minchow-Proffitt
    In Seven Last Words, poet and pastor Terry Minchow-Proffitt gives us seven poems based on Christ's final words from the cross, along with an in-depth interview with Mud Season Review. With brevity that begs to be savored, Seven Last Words renders a powerful portal into the love that continues to radiate during the darkest of times.
  • Me, Rain and a Hired Taxi

    by DAVOUD SAFDARIAN
    Me, Rain and a Hired Taxi is included with 188 couplets (do-bayti) which are new poems of Davoud Safdarian with romantic and social themes; poems are in Persian language along with translations in English; poet's first book Donbaal e Khorshid is the most downloaded Persian Poems book in Apple Appstore. When you read the lines in this book, you begin a heart-to-heart discussion. These verses are emotionally dependent and sympathetic with those in the author's previous book, I Want to Follow t... more
  • Watcher in Black and Other Poems

    by NC Weil
    Collected poems on mountaineering, love, and war.
  • We Deserve the Gods We Ask For

    by Seth Brady Tucker
    Poetry collection devoted to narrative persona poems, from poems devoted to soldiers returned to poems devoted to Popeye once the cameras turned off.
  • The Motherhood Conspiracy

    by Virgo eBooks
    The Motherhood Conspiracy explores the evolution of motherhood from inception through the death of the mother figure. It strives to capture the spectrum of experiences and emotions a mother encounters along her life's journey. Included in this selection are poems based upon my own experiences as a mother of a daughter who suffers from schizophrenia, bipolar I disorder, and Asperger's syndrome, an Autism spectrum disorder. I wrote this book to help me think, cope with, and document the varying le... more
  • The Many Silences of Love

    by H. Lloyd Weston
    With passion, humor, style, and musicality, "The Many Silences of Love" temps our senses with vivid imagery and beautiful language. Weston delves into the time-tested forms of communicating love in this fast-paced, social-media drenched world. Through his intense prose, he advocates for a return to the ""taste of rose-red lips," the "soft touch of hands," and the "quivering stream of tears" that should be a part of every loving relationship. Weston explores love in all its varied guises. W... more
  • 0982416903

    by Michael Meyerhofer
    Blue Collar Eulogies is the second full-length book of poems by Michael Meyerhofer, the award-winning author of Leaving Iowa. Poet Dorianne Laux says, "Michael Meyerhofer takes us with him everywhere he goes, from the back rooms of hash-slingers to the Star of Africa. He weighs a whale's brain and imagines the "cattle-dark eyes" of Neanderthals. I like these poems, kinetic and half-crazed, they remind me that poetry is an explosion, that energy plus mass equals a dark magic."
  • Damnatio Memoriae

    by Michael Meyerhofer
    Like most publishers, we at Brick Road Poetry Press list submission guidelines on our website. Additionally we go beyond the guidelines to include lists of “characteristics we like” and “characteristics we dislike.” In Damnatio Memoriae, the winner of the Brick Road Poetry Prize, Michael Meyerhofer gives the impression of having gone down that list to check off each item one by one with almost every poem in the collection. As to the characteristics we dislike, he avoids them all including no “in... more
  • What To Do If You're Buried Alive

    by Michael Meyerhofer
    This will be my fourth book-length collection of poems, due out in March or April. Subjects include Fidel Castro, Iowa high school wrestlers, rotary phones, tornadoes, quantum physics, ice cream, suicide, Buddhism, and of course, my childhood.
  • Selected Poetry and Prose by Meredith Stenberg

    by Meredith Stenberg
    A compilation of love poems, poems about nature; both whimsical and realistic and poetic stories.
  • Poetry on Real Life Experiences

    by Shashikant Nishant Sharma
    This is a collection of contemporary poems in English by an Indian writer and poet Shashikant Nishant Sharma. This is the first published book of the author, poet, urban planner, consultant, social activist. This book contains poems which expresses the experiences of the poet during his young age ranging from village life to urban life of Delhi. You will find poems with beautifully carved rhythm and rhyme. The expression of emotions is made in a lucid manner to capture your imagination.
  • Sipping a Mix of Verse

    by Denise Baer
    Sipping a Mix of Verse is a collection of poetry arranged by traditional and free verse. This first time poet weaves in life themes using strong imagery and color illustrations and designs. All photographs are from the author’s travels within the United States and Europe. Poetry is a dance of the heart. Bring the dance of poetry into your life.
  • A Queen Deferred

    by paula Sow
    A Queen Deferred is a compilation of life reflections through poetry. It brings to life the journey of many and presents a heart filled artistic expression of a variety of human experiences. A Queen Deferred is socially conscious and often politically in correct. It is tear jerking as one will find herself or himself close to any number of the poems within. We are one, and life happens. Understanding, compassion and the will to get involved comes forth through, A Queen Deferred.
  • Announcing the Thaw

    by Julianne Palumbo
    Announcing the Thaw is a poetry book about raising teens in which their growing up is both celebrated and mourned. The progression of poems reflects the poet’s struggle to replace that precious act of raising now-grown children with something equally worthy.
  • by John Tidball

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