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Awake By Shawn Helgerson
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Life doesn’t offer a road map. That’s a good thing. Just imagine if we all thought the same, acted the same, and created in the same way. The beauty of any kind of expression is... More > taking an image from one head and putting it in the head of another by invitation. In creating that work, artists struggle with the limitations of our physical realm. Even supreme skill is limited in showing another the ideas and images in our heads. Poetry can be the best way to show those images. Not because they are the most accurate, but because they are the most freeing for the receiving mind. Journeying through these images and poems has been a tremendous experience. I hope that this map I’ve recorded through my experiences will leave a good trail for you to follow through yours. But don’t follow only mine. Look around. Create your own art from the things you see along your way. Through this, perhaps we can realize more of how we need to be. Awake.< Less
Rantings of the Average Teen - The free sample bit. By Jamie Hill
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Hi. My name is Jamie and this is my first ever attempt at writing a book so to be honest I’m not really sure what I’m doing. It’s ok though because so far I’ve managed to go... More > my entire life without much idea of what’s happening, where I am or what it is I’m supposed to be doing. It’s basically a bunch of poems based on my experiences so far, my views, my lack of morals and my disturbing keenness to take the piss out of things and make it rhyme. Anyway, since you will never have heard of me, unless you’re my mum and you’ve downloaded this to make me feel better, I thought I’d share a little bit of my book in the hope that it will convince you to buy all the other crap that I wrote. If you’re the kind of person that doesn’t like words much, the actual thing will come with funny pictures drawn by my mate, Andy. (if your reading device will support them)< 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
The Book of Clay By C. S. Nelson
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The Book of Clay is a patchwork quilt of hungers; poems stitched together to fashion a man. Clay is a simple Oklahoma farmhand who finds himself in the Dustbowl of the Great Depression. He sees the... More > family farms that have wrapped around him his whole life slowly dying, and there is nothing he can do. Clay has witnessed generations being robbed of what their hard work and bent bodies have earned – people willing to do anything to feed their families, begging for the chance. Clay knows down to the dirt in his bones that this is wrong. He stalks the night talking out his questions to the stars. A narrative in verse, The Book of Clay is the journey of a man of deep wonder and hard caring. As he threads a path west to the promised land of California, only the kindnesses he receives in the middle of all the mistakes of the world keep him going. Clay yearns only to speak comfort to sorrow and sorrow to greed, less afraid of seeming ignorant than of staying silent.< Less
The Book of Clay By C. S. Nelson
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The Book of Clay is a patchwork quilt of hungers; poems stitched together to fashion a man. Clay is a simple Oklahoma farmhand who finds himself in the Dustbowl of the Great Depression. He sees the... More > family farms that have wrapped around him his whole life slowly dying, and there is nothing he can do. Clay has witnessed generations being robbed of what their hard work and bent bodies have earned – people willing to do anything to feed their families, begging for the chance. Clay knows down to the dirt in his bones that this is wrong. He stalks the night talking out his questions to the stars. A narrative in verse, The Book of Clay is the journey of a man of deep wonder and hard caring. As he threads a path west to the promised land of California, only the kindnesses he receives in the middle of all the mistakes of the world keep him going. Clay yearns only to speak comfort to sorrow and sorrow to greed, less afraid of seeming ignorant than of staying silent.< Less
Rummages Across the Dead Land—Book IV: THE MAGIC MAN By Abhisek Bandopadhyay
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Growing up, my perception of my father was one of mixed understanding. He was considered by most to be a decentred individual who wasted his talent and potential in favor of addiction, a brilliant... More > man of many vices and harbinger of suffering to his family. But despite his faults, he was to me a man of singular kindness, who tried to shield me from his own darker nature during my formative years. Upon a time when both he and I were stripped of our guardians, he took it upon himself to set aside his dreams and predispositions, and did whatever it took, within his hard-earned and meagre means, to provide me with an education. Reducing himself to a human being with fewer and fewer needs, he became a bulwark that protected and sustained me in times of dearth, uncertainty, and emotional upheaval, and largely made me the man I am today. Written in the days following the sudden and unexpected death of my father, these poems venture into inconsolable symptoms of loss, grief, guilt, regret, and reigning despair.< Less
Clearing By Hiago Rodrigues Reis de Queirós
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Hiago Rodrigues Reis de Queirós, quite the opposite of what many think, had no godfathers, influential friends and any kind of support - even family - to develop his poetry. Many, despite,... More > debauchee him, telling him the pain of the pen, always go by the pen in the mouth. So after 5 years and 6 titles, adding 616 poems, he decided to organize this book, called: clearing, saying in the introduction: "Yes ... I have accounts with you to set ... you, who doubted of my letters, putting me among the literati forgers or poor ... you, the discredited see that skinny little boy and ugly, its just turning ... Pen between the fingers of pain, the poet is saying ... I have accounts ... yes, I Hiago Rodrigues Reis de Queiroz! And I set my accounts myself, as were the many times that of myself discredit ... but now no more, now settled accounts. I am one of the greatest Brazilian poets, and that thanks to you, who never believed in me. Thank you."< Less
Clearing By Hiago Rodrigues Reis de Queirós
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Hiago Rodrigues Reis de Queirós, quite the opposite of what many think, had no godfathers, influential friends and any kind of support - even family - to develop his poetry. Many, despite,... More > debauchee him, telling him the pain of the pen, always go by the pen in the mouth. So after 5 years and 6 titles, adding 616 poems, he decided to organize this book, called: clearing, saying in the introduction: "Yes ... I have accounts with you to set ... you, who doubted of my letters, putting me among the literati forgers or poor ... you, the discredited see that skinny little boy and ugly, its just turning ... Pen between the fingers of pain, the poet is saying ... I have accounts ... yes, I Hiago Rodrigues Reis de Queiroz! And I set my accounts myself, as were the many times that of myself discredit ... but now no more, now settled accounts. I am one of the greatest Brazilian poets, and that thanks to you, who never believed in me. Thank you."< Less
Remembering Kelley By Donna M. Kshir et al.
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Sometimes God brings special people into our lives. We may never understand what, why, when or how, but it is meant to be. He and His will knows just how much this person will help, encourage and... More > inspire one's life. Our time with Kelley may have been short, but she has touched each and every one of us with her heart, kindness, laughter and smile. These raw and unedited poems, letters and short stories were written by family, friends, loved ones and colleagues of Kelley Jo Snyder. Kelley’s loss devastated the very heart of this small country town nestled in the endless mountains of north-central Pennsylvania. We encourage you to share in our memories. You may laugh, cry or even smile, but you will know just why Kelley meant so much to us. Contributors: Donna Kshir, Laurie Smith-Tornerup, Lee Roberts and Tosha Packer. (This is a cost friendly Black and White Edition, but also available with the interior in full color.)< Less
Remembering Kelley By Donna M. Kshir et al.
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Sometimes God brings special people into our lives. We may never understand what, why, when or how, but it is meant to be. He and His will knows just how much this person will help, encourage and... More > inspire one's life. Our time with Kelley may have been short, but she has touched each and every one of us with her heart, kindness, laughter and smile. These raw and unedited poems, letters and short stories were written by family, friends, loved ones and colleagues of Kelley Jo Snyder. Kelley’s loss devastated the very heart of this small country town nestled in the endless mountains of north-central Pennsylvania. We encourage you to share in our memories. You may laugh, cry or even smile, but you will know just why Kelley meant so much to us. Contributors: Donna Kshir, Laurie Smith-Tornerup, Lee Roberts and Tosha Packer. (This is a cost friendly Black and White Edition, but also available with the interior in full color.)< Less

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