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Umm Al-Jamal: A Poetic Tale By Ái (皚)
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A free verse narrative poetic tale of the real events that took place during the poet’s visit to the ancient ruin city of Umm Al-Jamal. The sexual violation attempt that is described in the... More > poem led to the assailant’s identification and confession along with his subsequent incarceration for at least one year in the municipal jail of Mafraq, Jordan. In her poetic narrative, the poet expresses her views and emotions concerning the events, while also reflecting on the issues of relevance more generally from the perspective of women's and human rights.< Less
RUN BETWEEN THE RAINDROPS By VICTORIA HUGGINS PEURIFOY
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Poetry that considers what if running between the raindrops could wash away blown up pride. The author visits intimates observations such as Grandmom's Hands and what they mean. Thinking about... More > one's heart and pain wreaks havoc. She lets everything around her generate poems that make you think..If the ocean could talk...what might it say. a female prisoner's Christmas in jail. Memoirs are added just for fun. If you like all types of poetry you will love this book.< Less
21: Thus Far (Samurai Edition) By Nicholas Kelly
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Collected writings and poems of a twenty one year old who has been to more than ten different countries, lost his beloved grandmother to a fourteen month battle against cancer, ruined his first... More > chance at marriage, spent the day in jail because of a chair, lost his biological mother, battling against his inner "demons" and did it all before he was able to drink a beer...< Less
21: Thus Far (Samurai Edition) By Nicholas Kelly
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Collected writings and poems of a twenty one year old who has been to more than ten different countries, lost his beloved grandmother to a fourteen month battle against cancer, ruined his first... More > chance at marriage, spent the day in jail because of a chair, lost his biological mother, battling against his inner "demons" and did it all before he was able to drink a beer...< Less
This is Me By Students at East River Academy
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This anthology is a compilation of written works from both young men and women who are incarcerated or Formerly incarcerated 18-21 year olds. Their poems, letters, and essays are personal stories... More > about their lives, and where they are from, which has greatly influenced their choices and future. In this book, you will read about the diversities in their youth and the hardships they go through in jail and at home. Each of these young men and women have decided to share their pieces of identity to the world so that others may understand their lives and the importance of who they are to society.< Less
The Cult Murders By Leonard Cline
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Leonard Cline (1893-1929) was the author of two significant literary novels, GOD HEAD (1925) and THE DARK CHAMBER (1927), the latter of which was praised by H.P. Lovecraft, who called it... More > “extremely high in artistic stature” in his essay on “Supernatural Horror in Literature.” While in jail in 1927-28, having pleaded guilty to manslaughter after the shooting death of a companion, Cline turned to writing for the pulp magazines for quick money. He wrote three novels and a handful of short stories under the pseudonym “Alan Forsyth.” THE CULT MURDERS is the first of Leonard Cline's three pseudonymous thrillers. Leonard Cline (1893-1929) published three novels, and a number of short stories, essays, poems and translations. He worked primarily as a newspaperman, on papers in Detroit, Baltimore, New York, St, Louis and Chicago.< Less
Puniverse (Vol. 37) By Stephen McLaughlin
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jail by comparison kail by comparison kale by comparison mail by comparison male by comparison nail by comparison pail by comparison quail by comparison rail by comparison sail by... More > comparison sale by comparison scale by comparison shale by comparison snail by comparison stale by comparison tail by comparison tale by comparison Stephen McLaughlin is a senior editor at the PennSound poetry archive and hosts the podcast Into the Field for Jacket2. He created the 3,785-page PDF anthology Issue 1 with Jim Carpenter in 2008, an excerpt of which was included in Against Expression: An Anthology of Conceptual Writing. His first book of poems is Infinite Unexplored Domain of Poetic Values by Easter Halloween (Principal Hand Editions, 2011). < Less

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