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by Aaron WoodsonNon-Fiction poetry book that uses expression as a creative art form to discuss love, life, pain, struggle, faith, relationships, and more.
by Mannat PreetAll our feelings do not always give us happiness. Some of them make us feel sad but at the end, you pray for happy endings. It’s not easy to release a pain identity, Particularly, if you’ve carried it around for a long time. It may help to remember who you were before? That experience or to consider who you might have become? if it hadn’t happened. You can still be that person, Someone, who doesn’t feel bitter or angry so frequently. If you want to feel peaceful and happy, Start by... more
by Eevi JonesUSA Today best-selling writer and award-winning children’s author Eevi Jones publishes a sweet new take on Dr. Seuss’ Oh The Places You’ll Go, that is meant to be gifted to graduating sons and daughters who are about to venture out of the proverbial nest. Written in verse, Forever My Always provides adolescent boys and girls with the wisdom with which we wish we would have been sent out into the world. The beautifully illustrated pages are a sweet tribute to our sons and daughters who are ab... more
by Kassie J RunyanThis is 2020 part two is requested sequel to This is 2020 a poetry collection that had categorized the events of the first half of the year into simple and modern poems full of unbridled passion, beautifully biased views, prose, and rhyme. Part two follows the second half of the year and into 2021 with the election, continued covid crises, the ongoing battle for equality, and the desire of a cat who has become dependent on zoom. There is a love and a peace here as we passed the initial turbulenc... more
by Paula MorhardtThis companion book to "Widow’s Walk" contains all the poems I wrote from the first day–when I found my husband of 42 years dead in his chair–to almost three years later. There are 45 poems in total–42 to equal one for each year we were married and 3 poems for my mother, who died the day after my husband. These are not happy poems; they are not poems about light and flowers and little kittens. These poems are hard, they are gritty, and they are real. My hope is that these poems touch your heart,... more
by Aamina HamidThe masquerade of steadiness to beautify the unsteadiness is the aesthetic elixir of life. This book aims to unravel the mysteries of emotions that seem to make or break the very foundation of our happiness. This book contains the raw emotions of a wandering young heart set out to explore the possibilities of the impossible. Love for the divine and love for another human heart dips a colorless existence into the vibrant blood of life. This collection of poems is also a part of the endless conver... more
by Grace M WellsIn a span of 2 years, one can go through feelings of love, disappointment, anger, heartbreak, and acceptance. With her eloquent use of words, Grace expresses her personal experiences with each of these feelings in this 7-part sequential poetry collection.
She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not: 365 Poems to Lift You Up, Crush Your Soul, and Lift You Back Up Againby Autumn SidersPoetry reflects life, and life is full of ups and downs. Read a poem a day or devour the collection in one sitting; either way, Siders captures the range of emotions that make us human. Whether you are riding high or stuck in the pits of hell, She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not has the perfect poem to match your mood, bring you down, or save your soul.
by Verle JeanThe author Verle Jean was born and raised in the Slim Buttes region of the Black Hills in South Dakota and was touched by the beauty of the country she grew up in. I know this book "Poems From A Gypsy Heart" will find the Gypsy spirit in us all. The cover and illustrations are done by the author Ms. Verle Jean. She knew from the age of eight years old she would be a poet. This book is a lifetime collection of her works of insightful reflections of God's creations. Please share in a wondrous jour... more
by John BowieDead Birds & Sinking Ships is a visceral relay of emotions and disfigured memories of childhood in the country and growing old in the city. It exposes love, loss, hurt and wanting. Knowing death waits to deny us the people, places and events that make us.
by Autumn SidersShake up Shakespeare with this humorous tale of the human reproductive system. You may know the story of "two star-crossed lovers," but you haven't heard a "tale of more woe, than this of Juliegg and her Spermeo."
by Autumn SidersLife should be lived with no filter. Autumn Siders' collection of poetry and short stories exemplifies that idea and more.
by Michelle Marie JacquotDETERIORATE is a poetry chapbook on disdain of the digital age. Dark but infused with humor, DETERIORATE contemplates and questions our modern world and its ramifications on humanity.
by Allen Lee IrelandDark and Light Verse is Allen Ireland's second collection of poems, aptly titled, since, in serious and not-so-serious verse, it captures the darkness and light both in the natural world and in the human spirit. The poet’s disillusionment is conveyed in various forms, but in nearly all of the poems the beauty of expression consoles, and art subsumes the anguish.
by Patricia B. Schoeler
This is a collection of poems remembering and honoring those
who lived and died on that terrible day in the history of our
country 9-11-01. This book conveys the deep feelings of everyone
who personally witnessed this tragedy and chronicles events as
they happened. May these poems offer comfort and solace to all
those who love and grieve for them.
by Patricia B. SchoelerSituations happen to all of us in life that may be hard to deal with. Trying to express our reactions to these events can be very difficult indeed. This is a powerful but touching book, written in a style that is easy to read and easy to relate to! Those who have read this book, conclude that the author was able to put into words what the rest of us feel, but cannot quite express.