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I Give You My Words... Musings of an Introvert By Dayelle Brown
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“I Give You My Words…” is the follow up to my debut book “As the Words Flow… a Collection of Prose and Spoken-word Poetry”. I wanted to go back in a sense, and... More > re-tell some pivotal stories that led to me finding my way through memoirs, short stories, and poems. I also wanted my writing to exude transparency, honesty, and duality. Sometimes we forget the stories that make us us. More often than we’d like to admit, we lose focus on being ourselves that we never embrace our ‘one-of-kindness’. This time around I wanted to start some uncomfortable, but much needed conversations. All while lending my words to the sometimes indescribable, yet universal, moments in life. And in doing so, after all the healing and reflection was done, I have evolved and so have my words… These are my words, and they still linger…< Less
strange things i've named By julius henry
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in this book of experimental prose and poetry, julius henry unleashes a world of madness; a world where nothing is sacred, every taboo is shattered; where blood hungry satyrs walk backward through... More > liquid streets. strange things i’ve named is a work of uncompromising vision unlike anything you’ve read before. from the book: "I am a man—I am a god—witness the birth of a new form of literature— witness the rotting corpses of our buried pasts—the soaring fountains of meat and blood—where words flow like water—the cacklin jackals laugh at your satire—your emptiness is open—brutal honesty grips you like black cancerous fists—and eyeballs are cinematic windows—all words are mere words but liquid words excite me—I hold cancer like vodka—see—and uncontrolled visions of bloody orgasms explode in your head—"< Less
Heart on the Mountain By Philip Sheridan
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Heart on the Mountain - a collection of poetry that describes a journey and a vision both literal and metaphoric upon the land. The devastation of near a fatal motorcycle accident on Friday 13th... More > September 2002 leaves Philip Sheridan with horrific injuries to his legs, arms, and head. After many long operations, discharged from hospital with his right leg amputated below the knee, thus begins his immense struggle to recover and regain his life. In the journey he undertakes Philip draws upon his knowledge, skills and experience as a children's therapist to heal the broken places of his being with creative writing. He captures the raw essence of the horrendous undertaking he must now embark upon in poems of rare honesty and integrity. 'I just read your book. I will read it over and over and over. I love it. Thank you for putting such amazing words down for the rest of us to enjoy.' - Martha Stephens Goodwin 'Truly inspiring, moving, perceptive and thought provoking.' - Mary Rose< Less
Soul Bleeds The Poetry, Melodies, and Other Wanderings of Karen Wiesner By Karen Wiesner
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Every poem ever written shows us the eyes of the poet. Looking without. As love mirrors the heart, poetry mirrors personality. Many poets write about things outside of themselves. This mirrors their... More > personal character and the way they look at the world. Looking within. Other poets take the outside world into themselves and use the intimate emotions to reveal their own hearts. Just looking. Then there are poets like me, who do a little of both...or a lot of neither. If you're looking for flowery observations on nature, rhyming pieces with any type of standard or pattern, seemingly meaningless verses that you have to know the "code" to understand, you won't find it here. The 39 poems included a combination of honesty, raw emotion, vivid imagery, gritty reality, story metaphors, introspection, depression, and even "song-like" verses. Great poetry is something I can relate to, that moves me, that takes the human condition and makes it both frail and somehow beautiful in its starkness.< Less
Smash a Lightbulb: Poetry for Lowlifes By Jeremy Void
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Horror, suspense, and humor, mixed with a splash of insanity, and a Punk rock beat traversing the pages and tainting the words with a terminal angst that can only be found deep down inside the... More > madness that lurks inside Jeremy Void’s mind. He brings you quick, precise verses that will slice through your skull and fester in the darkest regions of your brain. You will laugh, you will cry, and you might even rip your eyes out of their sockets. You will hate him, and you will love him. So move over, Jim Carroll and Patti Smith and Richard Hell and other well-known Punk rock poets of our time, and make room for this new upstart poet called Jeremy Void. He will rock you, and he will shock you, and halfway through your eyes will be glued to the pages within this book. Jeremy Void brings you Punk rock poetry for a new generation. He tells it like it is, shows you what it isn’t, and delivers raucous punch after raucous punch of brutal honesty that is so truthful it seems impossible.< Less
Open Your Heart: Inspirational Prayers and Photographs By Ray LeJeune
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Sweet song that comes to me when it’s dark and I’m alone, thank you for easing my loneliness and helping me to forget my fears for just a little while. Linger in my heart like you... More > linger in my ears, and bless this day with God’s grace, like birds singing in the early morning. Amen. Building a spiritual foundation of truth and honesty can lead us to a better understanding of our physical and emotional worlds, and also help us navigate the joys and obstacles in our lives. In a collection of inspirational prayers and photographs, Ray LeJeune opens his heart to share creative wisdom that reveals how he overcame challenges from the outside world as well as within his own heart, soul, and mind as he healed through prayer, journaling, and spreading love. Through his artistic presentation, LeJeune leads us to open our own hearts to embrace God’s grace, love, and gentle guidance in our lives.< Less
Open Your Heart: Inspirational Prayers and Photographs By Ray LeJeune
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Sweet song that comes to me when it’s dark and I’m alone, thank you for easing my loneliness and helping me to forget my fears for just a little while. Linger in my heart like you... More > linger in my ears, and bless this day with God’s grace, like birds singing in the early morning. Amen. Building a spiritual foundation of truth and honesty can lead us to a better understanding of our physical and emotional worlds, and also help us navigate the joys and obstacles in our lives. In a collection of inspirational prayers and photographs, Ray LeJeune opens his heart to share creative wisdom that reveals how he overcame challenges from the outside world as well as within his own heart, soul, and mind as he healed through prayer, journaling, and spreading love. Through his artistic presentation, LeJeune leads us to open our own hearts to embrace God’s grace, love, and gentle guidance in our lives.< Less
One Foot in the Grave By R. A. Christmas
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We all die—but we all die differently. It's not death's certainty, but it's unpredictability, that troubles us—the when, where, and how of death, rather than the fact. Whether our... More > deaths come by accident, illness, old-age, or other people, it's always too late to turn back—hopefully not writhing in agony or blubbering like cowards. “Death,” according to poet Wallace Stevens, “is the mother of beauty”--and these poems, beautiful and not. Most are meditations on what (or who) kills us--and what makes that killing somehow endurable—faith, a sense of humor, honesty, and courage. This poet is an often married Mormon man, growing older (but perhaps not up). He writes about the things and people in his life, as artfully as he's able. But he doesn't know a danged thing more about his death than you do about yours.< Less
I love the woman who By Tom Geddie
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A sometimes brazenly sentimental collection of poems, often but not exclusively about love and its consequences and rewards. “This collection is pretty amazing . . . Your words sing.”... More > – Terri Hendrix “I love the courage and kindness of your poetry, its honesty that’s dark yet leaves the road open for hope . . . You do know they’ll be teaching classes about you as a poet some day, don’t you?”– Elizabeth Burnam “A trove of gems. They don’t reveal themselves all at once, and they suggest more than they reveal. You will want to keep it close by awhile, a collection to ponder and marvel over, each visit inviting another return.”– Richard Dobson “I love your perspective. Of the earth, of human beings, of universal consciousness.” – Tiffany Shea “Your poetry crashes me like a computer.” – Amanda Shires “Vivid and fresh.” – J.P. Schwartz “Your poetry is so thought provoking for me; so much depth.” – Chris Brittingham< Less
Open Your Heart: Inspirational Prayers and Photographs By Ray LeJeune
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Sweet song that comes to me when it’s dark and I’m alone, thank you for easing my loneliness and helping me to forget my fears for just a little while. Linger in my heart like you linger... More > in my ears, and bless this day with God’s grace, like birds singing in the early morning. Amen. Building a spiritual foundation of truth and honesty can lead us to a better understanding of our physical and emotional worlds, and also help us navigate the joys and obstacles in our lives. In a collection of inspirational prayers and photographs, Ray LeJeune opens his heart to share creative wisdom that reveals how he overcame challenges from the outside world as well as within his own heart, soul, and mind as he healed through prayer, journaling, and spreading love. Through his artistic presentation, LeJeune leads us to open our own hearts to embrace God’s grace, love, and gentle guidance in our lives.< Less

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