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Poetry

  • William's Christmas Dream

    by Linda Carol Morris
    This story takes the form of a poem about a young boy called William, who dreams of Santa’s crazy rush to deliver presents for william’s Mum and Dad and his dog, Tessa. Along the way Santa has a few hitches but William finds out about the very first Christmas and why we give gifts at this time. William is shown to be a good and thoughtful little boy who lives up to the true spirit of Christmas.
  • Poets Awake. Saints Alive. Lovers Among. Lives Attune

    by C. T. Eck
    The biggest news about C. T. Eck’s poetry-only book titled Poets Awake Saints Alive Lovers Among Lives Attune is that it arrives in 16 various categories. The subtitle states 247 Collected And Inspected Original Poems Comprising 16 Categories and here we can restate these “chapters” of categories for us: Song Style Poems; Instant Classic Poems; Humorous Poems; Audience Of One; Love Poems; True-Accounts-From-My-Own-Life Poems; On-The-Horror-Side Poems; Solid Staple Poems; Kissable Poems; Marri... more
  • Tears of Pain, Tears of Joy: One Mother's Story

    by Paula Morhardt
    When you start married life at 17, problems are everywhere you look. First baby, second baby, husband out late, children getting sick. Problems, problems, and more problems. But there are bright moments, too—the first daughter-in-law, the first grandbaby. Tears of pain and tears of joy were shed during the first 25 years of this marriage. Learn what being a mother meant to this woman, and how she handled it.
  • Strike a Prose: A Framework of Memories and Commentaries in Poetry

    by Cat Ellington

    Part of the Cat Ellington Literary Collection, Strike a Prose: A Framework of Memories and Commentaries in Poetry, features the books More Imaginative Than Ordinary Speech: The Poetry of Cat Ellington; and Memoirs in Gogyohka: A Book of Short Poems and Memoirs.

    ​​​​​Painted in Watercolors by Ateli, this distinctive compilation also includes previously unpublished bonus material from Quill Pen Ink Publishing—in association with the Cat Elli... more

  • More Imaginative Than Ordinary Speech: The Poetry of Cat Ellington

    by Cat Ellington

    From the author of Reviews by Cat Ellington comes a gracefully adorned compilation of eccentric beauty and elegant prose flowing with milky fluidity and honey-sweet intellectuality.

    Presenting More Imaginative Than Ordinary Speech: The Poetry of Cat Ellington, a mystifying collection of poetic productions that glide over multiple genres and wrap themselves around a variety of topics, including racism in America, spiritual warfare, same-sex relationships, delusional disorder, social netw... more

  • Blood Sisters

    by Jenifer DeBellis
    The characters and stories within Blood Sisters hold a familiarity that is as resonant as that song you once heard—the one you remember the melody to and have been searching for ever since. These lyrical coming-of-age narratives follow the girl next door through move after move, new school after new school. In her quest to find personal truths and understand the human condition, this collection’s speaker retraces experiences that shaped her relational, sociopolitical, and sexuality views.
  • Years Spent: Exploring Poetry in Adventure, Life and Love

    by Lalit Kumar
    This book is a collection of poems depicting various emotions as one navigates through life’s journey. The book is organized in five different sections, exploring the themes of adventure, exploration, success, love, loss and hope in verses. The message is simple. Let your inner curiosity lead you to explore, venture out into the unknown territories and ‘feel’ the grandeur of life.
  • Years Spent: Exploring Poetry in Adventure, Life and Love

    by Lalit Kumar
    This book is a collection of poems depicting various emotions as one navigates through life’s journey. The book is organized in five different sections, exploring the themes of adventure, exploration, success, love, loss and hope in verses. The message is simple. Let your inner curiosity lead you to explore, venture out into the unknown territories and ‘feel’ the grandeur of life.
  • all good apologies end in a #ashtag

    by Brian Wilcox
    A collection of the surreal, beautiful, and vulnerable words and experiences of an introverted observer of stories. All lines are truth insofar as they become fictionalized to make them at times believable and accepted.
  • Artscapes

    by Lee Woodman

    Artscapes is a 77-page collection of ekphrastic poems that dazzle with vivid imagery and expert wordplay. Lee Woodman has chosen to explore works from major museums, including The National Gallery, MOMA, The Guggenheim, The Prado, and the Louvre. Woodman invites readers to walk into paintings, enter worlds triggered by sculpture, and eavesdrop on conversations with artists. She will take you to a roaring boxing ring in Washington D.C., a cave in Indonesia with forty-thou... more

  • The Dawn of Speech

    by Joseph Wood
    "It's the high before the crash/It's wishing it would last". A beautiful poetry collection about love, loss, spirituality, and healing. Through the finely weaved verses, “The Dawn of Speech” tells the story of a young man on his search for purpose. Read "The Dawn of Speech" to follow along with the heartwarming journey!
  • Masters of the Craft - 2nd edition

    by Don Gutteridge
    A series of poems celebrating famous authors admired by the poet_ Bronte, Eliot,,, Dickens, cummings et al
  • Mud Ajar

    by Hiram Larew
    Plain and simply, a collection of wonder-filled poems.
  • The Phases of Love

    by Shah Asad Rizvi
    The Phases of Love is a unique and sublime collection of poems dedicated to love in its entirety. Divided into four stages, this rare and exceptional collection of verse contains 200 poems that pay homage to the heart’s truest emotion like no other collection before it has. Be prepared to have your heart touched, and soul laid bare as you are consumed by the words and the turning of the pages. You will be reminded of the excitement of new love in all its glory and magnificence. Feel the closenes... more
  • Outside My Garret Window

    by Bolivar T. Caceres
    Will the Garret Poet become what he desires most? The Garret Poet dreams of being a bard. He dreams of flying and singing like a nightingale — like any bird for that matter. However, his work holds him tight to his narrow room, where he watches the world he labors to be part of pass by his window. He loves. He yearns. He gives, and he takes life. He reads, he writes, he cries, and he broods over that which causes him existential strife. He does this in his garret room, offering all for the sake ... more
  • Poetic Gems

    by Elsie D. Morris

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