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Clumsy Girl's Guide to Falling in Love, Book 1 of the Friendship Heirlooms Series By Karen Wiesner
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Nuggets of faith can be passed down as heirlooms from friend to friend, heart to heart, soul-mate to soul-mate. Zoë Rossdale is the clumsy girl who always has her elbows, feet, eyes, and... More > brass-red hair going in the wrong directions. After a lifetime of being evaluated critically—and found wanting—she’s trying to change…until she literally runs into the only man she’s ever gone loopy over. Curt Bertoletti has spent years trying to forget the seriously messed-up Zoë. Even as he vows that he won’t stray again, he can’t help remembering how well they fit together. At the end of the day, Zoë will always be Zoë—the clumsy girl with her dress tucked into her pantyhose, the girl whose idea of falling in love is to stand at the edge of the precipice, throw out her arms and confidently jump into a free-fall. Can they both live with that fact? Forever?< Less
Clumsy Girl's Guide to Falling in Love, Book 1 of the Friendship Heirlooms Series By Karen Wiesner
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Nuggets of faith can be passed down as heirlooms from friend to friend, heart to heart, soul-mate to soul-mate. Zoë Rossdale is the clumsy girl who always has her elbows, feet, eyes, and... More > brass-red hair going in the wrong directions. After a lifetime of being evaluated critically—and found wanting—she’s trying to change…until she literally runs into the only man she’s ever gone loopy over. Curt Bertoletti has spent years trying to forget the seriously messed-up Zoë. Even as he vows that he won’t stray again, he can’t help remembering how well they fit together. At the end of the day, Zoë will always be Zoë—the clumsy girl with her dress tucked into her pantyhose, the girl whose idea of falling in love is to stand at the edge of the precipice, throw out her arms and confidently jump into a free-fall. Can they both live with that fact? Forever?< Less
Past, Present, and Beyond: Selected Thoughts of Amicus By Amicus
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Adversity is the mother of creativity, it seems, as it turned a normal farm boy into a world traveler and critic of all things. Journalism is not the most comfortable profession one might pursue. It... More > not only seems, but is, a very long time since I looked upon the words of Longfellow, Tennyson, and Wordsworth, or Keats, Shelly, Leigh Hunt, Algernon Charles Swinburne, Rilke, and Goethe, and turned my nose up at the modern hair shirts of Dylan Thomas, T.S Elliot, Robert Frost, Ginsburg, Ferlinghetti, and Kerouac; just the ones I remember at a moment’s notice. You will find few rhymes and meters and enjambments forsooth in what you are about to read…although a formal education left a small mark in terms of structure and continuity from time to time. Some are cerebral, more are emotional, as life molded this time traveler from one century into the next. The loves of my life, aside from my children, were two; the girl I married from high school, and a brown-eyed girl in Kentucky…both broke my heart.< Less
reflections of perceptions By Angela L. Gibson
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"reflections of perceptions" is a collection of selected poems, in English and Spanish, from 1983 to 2007. The poems serve as snapshots of life events and moments in time covering such... More > areas as love, passion, loss, death, grief, aging, and the interconnections between them all.What critics have said:“…great feeling throughout – has a crisp taste so that you can smell and feel fall!”“…awesome use of word imagery, line breaks, and word play.”“…fantastic way of describing natural beauty through unique words and thick emotion! Love it!”...”raw and real...”“…I love the meter, the light-heartedness, and the positive feeling associated with such a hard thing.”“…I can picture it all crystally clear!”“…what a talent! The words come alive!”“...very honest and very sexy…”“An astute and insightful collection of poems that reflect on the subtle twists and turns of life, death and fate."< Less
13th of 31st By Deniz Galip Oygür
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13th of 31st: A Glimpse of Sorrowful Shades of Love Deniz Galip Oygür was born in Ankara, Turkey, in 1976. He graduated from Hacettepe University English Language Teaching Department in 2000.... More > Besides his artistic aspirations in poetry and music, he is also the founder of the DUY Language and Life-Skills Acquisition Approach and the alternative education brand, Café 4 Kids Playshop. He is the proud author/editor of the Conquering SAT Color Coded Series by Metropol Publishing, the first SAT Critical Reading explanatory book prepared outside the US. Furthermore, he has published articles on the late Isaac Asimov's works on OMNI (omni.media) and the politics of Middle East on The Swamp (swamp.media). In his developmental stage of poetry (1998-2010), Deniz sincerely hopes you'd find it a thrilling and ecstatic journey wrapped around a glimpse of sorrowful shades of Love, from love divine to love material, into his mind where "words are flying out like endless rain into a paper cup..."< Less
Esodus: Internal Reflections and Conversations With The SUN By Asar Imhotep
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Inspired by classical African meta-physics, Asar Imhotep (The Black Lotus) has compiled a compelling collection of essays and poetry that reflects his insights and perspectives on various issues,... More > including the relevance of Satan, the error in obtaining freedom, the conceptual conductivity of the human body, the importance of emotions during a rite of passage, and the self-destructive nature of allowing your enemy to become your deity. Asar introduces to us a poetic discourse that is deeply rooted in an ethnopoetics whose tradition has heavily influenced the art of our time, such as Hip Hop. The themes range widely from the metaphysical (I am that I am), to the bliss of love (Let me love you), to the power of self-affirmation (I’m so Black), to the pure indulgence in classic word wizardry (Still not convinced). Esodus: Internal Reflections and Conversations with the Sun is sure to inspire you to think big, think often, think critically, and expand the boundaries of your imagination.< Less
New Zealand Born - A Discriminating View By Christopher Mark Piper
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This sequel to "NZ-Born Vol.1 (A Catholic Perspective)" includes many poems cut from that original-work, deemed too-contentious or highly-philosophical in nature. Ironically, this included... More > the title-poem "New-Zealand Born" itself. Thence; evolved the theme for Vol.2 - "A Discriminating View", which is intended to be ameliorative of truth in society! The opening chapter launches immediately into Education, as a revolutionary-tool employed by radicals to dumb-down and desensitize generations of young-adults, as it stands in Aotearoa-NZ and the world in general today. The object of the work became ultimately counter-revolutionary: the nature of simple sonnet treatises being such, that entire lessons or apologetic-summaries are able to be taught and discerned in a but a few telling words - This is the great power of (real) poetry: it can operate at many-levels, and is able to communicate much more than short (or even lengthy) discourses are able. This book's controversial-nature invites criticism!< Less
Morph By Graham Norman
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MORPH from themonkeytalkspress Don’t talk of content when I want technique or treat my words as if I’m not allowed to string them along the line, or make a break; what I want to say, I... More > know; I might need help with how. It’s craft I crave, not criticism. I wish to make a table and four chairs at least honestly, aspire to Ernest Gimson, and, if my art is good, from solid native wood. Examine the precision of my joints show how to make them clean and tighter I am not here for scoring points but to marry grain with grain using a smoothing plane or a sharp chisel and a well oiled maul. You see, the timber’s mine, from my green woods where some are stunted, others tall; it’s here I chose my balks, strip off their pungent barks. Let’s make a unity of craft and art, dear grafters, help to a common purpose, engineer the precision part, build our Great House for the common muse.< Less
A Resume' of a Desperate Woman By Valerie Miller-Simpson
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Revise your resume` with some confidence! Evolution It’s called survival of the fittest for a reason. Most species that survived are the ones that evolved and became adaptable during the ages.... More > Get to know who you are and go from corrections to perfections! Become the best you! You are your own scale of 1-10 (every part of you) Face facts man does look at the outward appearance and people daily read you as a resume’ from head to toe! We live in a materialist world and presentation is essential! The saying they will like me as I am does not hold true in every instance; especially if your personal scale rating is low. If you rate yourself a 1, 2, 3 than others will also see and view your ratings and you may get rejected! Celebrators are open doors for other celebrators, but misery is no joke. Everyday ask yourself critically where am I on my own personal scale? Sell yourself to yourself. If you are not buying you, don’t expect others to buy you either!< Less
39.5 By Jason Gastrich
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As I am publishing my 7th poetry book called, 39.5, I wanted to reflect on poetry. Did you know that more than a billion Christians/Catholics and more than a billion Muslims think God speaks to... More > mankind with poems and songs? For instance, all of them accept the book of Psalms. I’m a big believer in the “write what you know” adage. Who wants to read something written by a person with no knowledge or experience of the topic? It’s probably impossible to write about something without understanding it anyway. It’s certainly impossible to teach it. 39.5 is a collection of 39 poems I wrote in 2014. They’re about life, relationships, and searching for meaning on the streets of Long Beach, California. My poems are often deep, yet to the point. Sometimes they celebrate life and sometimes they’re highly critical of the way things are and the way people are.< Less

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AS WE FORWARD AS WE FORWARD By Drew W.F. Rigby
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