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  • The Broken God

    by Laura Roklicer
    The Broken God is Laura’s first published book released by united p.c. publishing and distributed across the UK as well as in the US. It is a poetry collection that challenges all those worldviews and systems that do not play in favour of human satisfaction but rather keep us separated and unfulfilled. There is some beauty of tragedy, tragedy of love, bluntness of loss, and reflecting questions of existence in there, too. These are not poems about the beautiful landscapes of the world. These... more
  • On the Healing Road

    by the Poet Dena
    Therapeutic poetry is what the Poet Dena has offered us. It?s a compilation of poems describing living with and healing from depression and emotional trauma. Dena?s work takes us through many significant times in her own life, times that will especially strike chords within many adoptees. There is also a glorious, joyful side to this poetry. Eminently readable, perhaps your own new favourite poem is within On The Healing Road.
  • Singing and Dancing Across Liberia

    by A. J. Kandakai
    This book of genuine and authentic Liberian songs shall serve as a primary source material for the general, as well as serve as an instructional tool by music teachers of young Liberians enrolled in institutions of learning scattered across Liberia. An additional dream of this author is that music lovers in diverse communities such as Clay Ashland and Cebu City, Bomoja and Birmingham, and the depressed areas of West Point and metropolitan Washington, DC, can assemble their dancing partners on da... more
  • Paradox

    by Incognito
    What do you feel when you say I? After thinking about that for some time the next question would be “who is the one aware of yourself?” Most people would respond by saying “me” but in the same way you can’t look into your own eye without using a mirror, and fire cannot burn itself, there’s a separation between the observer and the self. Someone gave you a personality, nationality, and a belief system that became the role you play. The book Paradox is a collection of thoughts that simply shows th... more
  • FLYING 1, FLYING 2, FLYING 3, FLYING 4, FLYING 5, FLYING 6

    by Alexandra Psaropoulou
    FLYING 1,2,3,4,5,6 is a collection of poems. Each book is one long poem accompanied by the poet's graphic design on each page, therefore making the poem appealing and easily read by a wide audience. It belongs to the category of visual poetry. There is a main theme running throughout the series in which the poet wishes to share "The Flying" she experiences herself. The series continues up to FLYING 9.
  • loverboi.

    by Ricardo Bouyett
    Loverboi. is a collection of spoken-word poems and prose that weave in and out of the process of healing from trauma and heartbreak. I invite readers to celebrate self-love, romantic love, heartbreak, reconciliation, and the universal journey we all take part in that ebbs and flows through the constant cycles of growth.
  • God Loves to Color with Broken Crayons: 100 Inspirations

    by Natasha Riser
    God Loves to Color with Broken Crayons: 100 Inspirations is a collection of inspirational poems relating to life and all it entails.This work is a masterpiece that allows you to connect with God in a way that is uncomplicated yet profound. Readers will find encouragement, strength, inspiration, and love for their journey as they read each inspiration designed to assure the reader that they are not alone on the journey.
  • Poetry on Inspiring Women -Book Three

    by Deepika Pais
    In this book, tributes have been written to the following ten women who made an impact in society: Mary Shelley, Catherine the Great, Vera Atkins, Cleopatra, Elizabeth Fry, Mary Anning, Joan of Arc, Isabella of Castile, Catherine of Siena and Wangari Maathai.
  • Near and Far

    by Al Zolynas
    This new collection from an award-winning poet and editor features 91 poems that embody the dimensions of time and distance, and capture the flux between the immediacy of and the detachment from felt moments.
  • Prolific

    by Timothy Prolific Veit Jones

    "Prolific" is a collection of the early work of Timothy Prolific Veit Jones. It is a coming of age book of poetry written by Jones when he was a young adult, and has been re-released with a specific focus of engaging young adults whose interests in social justice, romance, literature, spirituality, and education converge.

  • Musaic: 40 Days, 40 Nights

    by Timothy Prolific Veit Jones

    "Musaic: 40 Days, 40 Nights" are two stories told through poetry in a unified voice. "Musaic" is the story of a writer who falls in love with his muse, and the emotional carnage on both sides that occurs as a result. It charts the attraction, consummation, and dissolution of multiple relationships personified in one person, and it details the fracturing of the patriarchal tendency to put women on pedestals, and view them as fantastical creatures rather than entering into a... more

  • Ofrenda: Para Las Ancestras

    by Timothy Prolific Edwaujonte

    Timothy Prolific Edwaujonte’s Ofrenda para las ancestras is a journey of healing, a conjuring of spells to eulogize loved ones, resist oppression, and honor lineage. 

    This book is an offering, a tribute to ancestors, Orishas, and is a prelude to a the author’s forthcoming project, Water + Blood.

  • Rain and Embers

    by Ali Nuri
    A raw and unfiltered debut, Rain and Embers explores far-reaching themes of migration, trauma, abuse, racism, religion, philosophy, intimacy, love, loss, forgiveness, and redemption. Ali Nuri was born to a Shi’a family in the southern marshlands of Iraq at the height of the Iran-Iraq War. As a persecuted religious sect, they were attacked by the tyrannical government under Saddam Hussein and fled across the desert to escape. He spent his childhood reeling from the trauma of being uprooted and f... more
  • Dalisay

    by Casey Tainter
    Dalisay reveals passion, heartbreak, regret, and strength fused within every line. This compilation of relatable poetry is just the beginning. Introducing four heartfelt chapters: Her, Love, Heartbreak, and Dénouement. Follow her journey as she takes you through the shadow of her heart, showing you how beauty is born from brokenness. Each breathtaking poem unfolds within your mind like a familiar image.
  • Garden of Ravens

    by Krystal Jane Ruin
    A collection of dark poetry that journeys through folklore, twisted tales, mental breakdowns, and depression. We hide in shadows We wither under layers Sunlight is for beautiful people Darkness is for us

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