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Mississippi Poems By Linda Larson
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Linda Larson’s deeply felt poems evoke a specific time and place -- Mississippi in the 1960s — along with more universal truths about family and relationships, the brutality and... More > tenderness we visit upon one another, and the tools with which we must equip ourselves in order to survive. — Joseph P. Kahn, Boston Globe< Less
Mississippi Magnolia By Munayem Mayenin
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Mississippi Magnolia is a collection of, what Munayem Mayenin, calls ionnets. Ionnets are a six line unit poems having two stanzas in them. In Mississippi Magnolia Mayenin tries to craft what love... More > is: so ancient yet so new, so known yet so unknown, so close yet so beyond reach and finds a form suitable to bring that love home in English Poetry-into this form of ionnets.< Less
Mississippi Magnolia By Munayem Mayenin
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Mississippi Magnolia is a collection of, what Munayem Mayenin, calls ionnets. Ionnets are a six line unit poems having two stanzas in them. In Mississippi Magnolia Mayenin tries to craft what love... More > is: so ancient yet so new, so known yet so unknown, so close yet so beyond reach and finds a form suitable to bring that love home in English Poetry-into this form of ionnets.< Less
A Clinton, Mississippi Quilt By Paula Chambers
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A short history of Clinton, MS written in poetry form, with each poem describing a quilt block.
Mississippi Crow Issue 4 Ebook sale item By Nadia Giordana Editor
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Stories, essays and articles featured in this issue: Adelle Bradford--About Small Things, Kasin Hunter--Naked Armadillos are Wierd, Shawn Nacona Stroud--Natural Evolution, Eric Vance... More > Walton--Opposable Thumbs and Other Desires of Miles the Cat, Daibhidh MacAdhaimh--They Started Laughing Again, Norman Wilkins--Dangerous Detour, William Parsons--Loose Change in Norway, Delma Luben--Writers Helping Each Other, Mary Deal--Foreshadowing, Chef Chuck--Clambake n Company along with many outstanding poems.< Less
Mississippi Crow Issue 5 Full Color sale item By Nadia Giordana Editor
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With full color inside pages, Issue 5 of the Mississippi Crow magazine features the poetry of Michael Lee Johnson, "Circle of Thoughts" (short prose nominated for a Pushcart Prize) by Myrna... More > D. Badgerow, "Let The Dialog Speak" (article on writing) by Mary Deal, "How To Cook Roast Dragon" (a delightfully humorous short story) by Robert Max Freeman and many other stories, poems and artwork by nearly 60 talented writers and artists.< Less
Mississippi Crow Issue 4 Full Color sale item By Nadia Giordana Editor
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Full color inside pages and cover. Stories, essays and articles featured in this issue: Adelle Bradford--About Small Things, Kasin Hunter--Naked Armadillos are Wierd, Shawn Nacona Stroud--Natural... More > Evolution, Eric Vance Walton--Opposable Thumbs and Other Desires of Miles the Cat, Daibhidh MacAdhaimh--They Started Laughing Again, Norman Wilkins--Dangerous Detour, William Parsons--Loose Change in Norway, Delma Luben--Writers Helping Each Other, Mary Deal--Foreshadowing, Chef Chuck--Clambake n Company along with many outstanding poems.< Less
Words and Music (Poems for the King) By Michael Abrahamian
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This book is a collection of every poem I have written about Elvis Presley. If you love Elvis and poetry this book is for you. This book is a compilation of every Elvis poem from my previous books.
Labyrinth of Memories: Poems of a Transient Childhood By John Hindle
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Memories recollected in which vintage melancholy goes down smooth as remorse on a sunny Mississippi day.
I Want to Show You: Poems By Jane Gilgun
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THROUGH POETRY, Jane Gilgun tells the story of one woman's life. Born in coastal Rhode Island, USA, Jane galloped Sadie Cummings, a race horse, on Narragansett Beach, tramped through the Spring... More > Woods, and found beauty, mystery, and hurt in the people and events in her life. She shows how the themes of childhood weave themselves into her life as a horsewoman, a nature enthusiast, a woman in love, a social worker, a violence researcher, and a seeker of the spiritual. Written in imagist, lyric, and narrative styles, these poems convey the rhythms of a life fully lived--the sharp, sometimes painful intrusions of beauty, the transcendence of erotic love, the fears and intrigue of bodily changes, the horror of violence, and the warmth and comfort of everyday life.< Less