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by Sivateja MukkamalaReflections about life, family, relationships, conditioning of the human mind, consciousness and existence, freedom and liberation from cognitive distortions and mental health ailments in reflective poetry format.
by Steven KempThe year is 2007 and my mind is full of poems and a need to write. These poems I wrote are a diary of emotions reflecting the day that they were written. They are an eclectic journey through my year. They reflect an emotional journey whose intent is to diarise in rhyme the moment they were written. Oft the poems are whimsical, sometimes philosophical, and other times musing. The poems were written without edits, the poems in this compendium are of the moment, no revisions were ever considered. T... more
by Beatrice S. SolomonThis book is meant to encourage people and to let them know, no matter what they are going through, there is nothing too hard for God. Poems like Think No More About It, Lets Kneel, and Its a Simple Thing, let the reader know that they can come to God in prayer, no matter what the situation is. Some of Beatrice Solomons poems show the reader the reality of life. Poems like They Live and They Die, Some People, and We Dont Know, are proverbial. Hopefully, these poems will cause the reader to thin... more
by Jenny CareyThis is a book for children, with fun poems, the poems have been written with children in mind, and can stimulate their imagination, curiosity and development. The inspiration behind these poems came from my own experiences when I was a child, and what I would have enjoyed. Hopefully these poems will be read by children world wide and they enjoy reading them, and would be encouraged to expand their imagination.
by Linda Carol MorrisThis 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.
by Samar MirghaniDelightful Complex is a collection of poetry that burst from the cravings of seeking joy through accomplishing unique personas. This factor play substantial role in overcoming the existential glitches permitting the survivors to stop procrastinating and level up promptly.
by Tim SegrestThis is the continuation of my series of poems and short stories. I have just had my diagnoses raised to Acute PTSD and for the first time in my life, I felt absolutely helpless and weak as a man. Therefore, I felt this cover was appropriate. I went from invincible to a mere shell of a man I once was in a matter of hours. I remember the day even the hours, like it was yesterday. I remember the weather, what I was wearing, and what I was doing when I received the phone call from the VA. It felt l... more