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Desert Flower By Bella Russell
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I write using my own style with different forms, rhythms, and rhymes. My book "Desert Flower" has popular poems from my first book, "Feelings of Love and Loss" and my book in... More > progress, "Through the Windows to My Soul". I feel there is a love poem that everyone can relate to, happy or sad. I tried to combine as many levels of love into my poetry to accommodate the satiating need to fulfill a desire for love. This book is dedicated to memory of my father and son. It is also dedicated to my husband who has inspired most of my poems. I have drawn on my experiences in my life to write my words down. Each new poem relates to a special moment in my life. "Time" was written as I waited for a connecting flight to go to my wedding. "A Marriage" was written on my wedding day. The sadder poems are from previous relationships in my life.< Less
Backside of the Desert By Jessica Sesto
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Backside of the Desert By Jessica Sesto
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As Deserts Fly By Robert Leal Rodriguez
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Sometimes, the words just flow. They pour out like an open emotional faucet. Afterwards, you read what you wrote. Then you realize where you were... and want to go back, because it felt so good. But... More > you can't... so you write again. You want to go there again, because it's the only place....< Less
The Desert's Messenger By R. C. Richens
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The world can be a wondrous place full of magic, mystery, and wonder. In a fresh new voice, author R. C. Richens presents a collection of poems that show the world from a small, desert town's point... More > of view. Divided into categories of Nature, Spiritual, America, and Miscellaneous, this collection is sure to fill minds both young and old of the beauty found in everyday life.< Less
desert song By Atanasio Pruna
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This is an exercise of an unconscious poem generated through Python and regular expressions, it fetches the word desert from Gutenberg Project books, in its context. There's a lot of ambiguity,... More > nonsense and bullshit, as in many poetry books.< Less
Desert Blooms By Judy Cicero Hilbert
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A chapbook of poetry and prose composed by 20 senior authors whose collective wisdom is exhibited in this special collection of their work.
Desert Blooms By Judy Cicero Hilbert
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A chapbook of poetry and prose composed by 20 senior authors whose collective wisdom is exhibited in this special collection of their work.
The Desert Hat By Ed Rosenthal
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The “poet-broker” Ed Rosenthal was inspired by surviving alone in the Mojave Desert for six and a half days. The lyrical result of his ordeal, "The Desert Hat," consist of 36... More > poems illustrated with 12 photographs of his hat and Salvation Canyon where he spent most of his time. Rosenthal’s poetry does not recount his experience in detail; it is not replete with maps, photographs, and a day-by-day account of his adventures. Instead, we gain an insight into what it means to be truly lost and found, to survive the strangest of desert nights and return to the heart of the city… with a newly found wisdom and zest for life. With an introduction by Ruth Nolan and photos by Maja Trochimczyk, and Ken and Wendy Sims.< Less
The Desert Hat By Ed Rosenthal
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The “poet-broker” Ed Rosenthal was inspired by surviving alone in the Mojave Desert for six and a half days without food or water. The lyrical result of his ordeal, "The Desert... More > Hat," consist of 36 poems illustrated with 12 photographs of his hat and Salvation Canyon where he spent most of his time. Rosenthal’s poetry does not recount his experience in detail; it is not replete with maps, photographs, and a day-by-day account of his adventures. Instead, we gain an insight into what it means to be truly lost and found, to survive the strangest of desert nights and return to the heart of the city… with a newly found wisdom and zest for life. With an introduction by Ruth Nolan and photos by Maja Trochimczyk, and Ken and Wendy Sims.< Less