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by Irene Mavromati"The endeavors of the fallen", is a poetry collection of a few poems that depict a journey over four years of joy, sorrow and some pain. Each poem is a state of mind and emotion, while the writer, like an acrobat, tries to find her standing both inside her head and heart, as well as in the outside world.
by Schiller MarcelinMarcelin’s poems are beguiling, remarkably lush and sharply satirical. They are like little heirloom mirrors that slightly distort and illuminate wisps of detail in Haitian culture. This latest collection of poems is culled from over 27 years and multiple continents. Each piece illuminates an ever shifting face of clouds that reflect his experiences and anchor his poetic foundation. His evolution from national labor union leader in his native Haiti, to international spokesperson & representative... more
by Richard Pacheco
Relationships abound in this work; in the poem Geography we have a sustained metaphor covering a failing interaction. Again in Last Supper: “We face each other /eating our lean cuisine /that tastes a lot like crow /or our own words.” and in Revisions this: “in my saga, l grow /more heroic, able & smart /and you deplete /like used uranium.” There is even a personal relationship disaster in Collision Course.
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by Mansur HasibAll literary enthusiasts will enjoy these poems -- many with deep philosophical messages. Middle school and high school students will enjoy the chronological journey of going through the young mind of someone their own age growing up in a different culture, writing poetry to master the English language -- while earning some pocket money at the same time. Teachers will enjoy sharing many of these poems with their students and asking them to interpret them. This is a preserved collection from ... more
by Genevieve DietzelA freshman in high school, Ariana, faces the daily struggles of mental illness and surviving school. Finding oneself is difficult enough, but once peer pressure and shame is added to it, it feels ridiculously upsetting and earth-shattering. She deals with her best friend's suicide and she learns, grows, and draws strength from the tragedy.
by ROBERT HOLEWINSKIThe following poems are memories of the year 1968 in South Korea. They are memories of the soldiers assigned to my unit, located in a small outpost, hidden in the mountains of that country. These poems are snapshots of life on that nuclear missile base which was high on the North Korean list of targets. Indeed, we were always on the alert for possible infiltrators who had come into South Korea and who were expected to be heading toward our camp. \t Although these poems can be look... more
by Toula Mavridou-MesserPocketful of Poesies is unlike any publication you have ever previously perused and that is quite a phenomenal pursuance. Pocketful of Poesies is a pick of perfectly plangent dark tales. An astonishing array of very short stories that take alliteration to a completely new level with absolutely EVERY word beginning with the same letter. This mind blowing volume of amazing alliteration, such as “Annie and Adam’s Adventure at Arthur’s Animal Aid Association,” “Betty Bets Billy ‘Bout Blowing Bigger ... more
by Ramon LoyolaIn this new collection of poetry, Ramon Loyola infuses his verses with the same sentimentality and poignancy evident in his debut work, not poems, just words. I Look For You In Other Truths is full of afterthoughts and musings on what you see, smell, touch, hear and feel as you navigate the alleyways of grief, love and loss. It's about the chances you take and the choices you make, the potential and the promise of loving again and the hope of not failing again. It's about the excitement of anoth... more
by Arisa WhiteA Penny Saved re-imagines the true story of Polly Mitchell, who was held captive in her home for 10 years. Poetically/fictitiously reinvented and renamed Penny, the book’s protagonist is held in her home for 12 years. The collection is arranged in three sections. In each, Penny’s voice is juxtaposed with another: we encounter the voice of the House in the opening section; the oldest daughter Elizabeth and her imaginary friend Jewelie in the second; and the third section concludes with the husba... more
by Davon ClarkThe Adventures of Prada Enchilada is a children book series developed to help kids learn through fun missions. In, The Many Different Balls, Prada Enchilada and Mimi Tortellini are in search of ten balls lost in Prada's basement. They need your help to find them all. Can you help them? Let's find out. Come along on this adventure.
by Tristesse GenevieveI had two wishes in my life; one for true happiness, and the other for true love. This is a poetry book with a sort of story line broken into three chapters. Poems of my darkest days, and tragic love. Followed by poems of my passage into light, and finding true love. It is an inspirational read for anyone who has, or is going through a dark time, or for anyone who just loves poetry.
by Sannel LarsonThe story is about a cuddly, naughty kitten named Melvin and his adventures (or should I say misadventures) with his loving owner. You see Melvin, like most kittens, just wants to play and have fun. Anything and everything that moves can become a wonderful adventure for Melvin! Unfortunately, things don't always go as planned yet somehow Melvin always seems to come out on top! The story is written in a very silly manner with some rhyming verses that will appeal to small children. The illustratio... more
by Sannel LarsonA day in a toddler's life is awfully busy, as the desire to learn and explore about the world around them never stops. Toddlers have an abundance of energy and some days it might seem impossible to keep up with them. However, even toddlers get tired at the end of a very busy day. Through jaunty rhymes and sweet, colorful illustrations this story captures all the joy and wonder of a toddler's busy day. Perfect for bedtime or anytime!
by Amanda Mclaren2nd part to my spiritual journey
Tick-Tock Boom Goes the Well: My Book Is a Story of My Struggles and My Motivation.What Kept Me Going and What I Struggled With.by Amanda MclarenThe book is poems relating to the beginning of my spiritual journey x
by Sannel Larson
This sweet story will give reassurance to little kids that there is someone invisible who is protecting them. Angels are everywhere - on the book, on the pillow case, behind the tree and they can see them if they look closely. It is an inspirational and charming story. The depiction of the Angels as silly and fun loving is great.
The book is wonderful and full of whimsy. 'Angels come in many sizes and colors, just like snowflakes, no two are alike' is a wonderful s... more