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Mascara Mayhem & Plump Heart Poetry By Jennifer Amanda Camerlengo
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Jennifer Amanda Camerlengo was born and raised in Massachusetts She is a social anti-socialist poet who writes mascara mayhem filled rants and plump heart poetry.
Mascara Mayhem & Plump Heart Poetry By Jennifer Camerlengo
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Jennifer Amanda Camerlengo was born and raised in Massachusetts She is a social anti-socialist poet who writes mascara mayhem filled rants and plump heart poetry.
Mayhem: Collected Poetry of Chris Aguilar By Chris Aguilar
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Spanning ten years of life and poetry. This first collection of poetry from Southern California's award winning poet includes themes from love and spiritual enlightenment, to a struggle to realize... More > ones true identity. Published in numerous journals and magazines throughout his career as well as having published chapbooks, editors have hailed his work as "Powerful Stuff"< Less
Mayhem: Collected Poetry of Chris Aguilar By Chris Aguilar
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Spanning ten years of life and poetry. This first collection of poetry from Southern California's award winning poet includes themes from love and spiritual enlightenment, to a struggle to realize... More > ones true identity. Published in numerous journals and magazines throughout his career as well as having published chapbooks, editors have hailed his work as "Powerful Stuff"< Less
The Man Who'll See the Poet By Geraldine Murfin-Shaw
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This book takes up the story where 'At Least She Never Drank Much' - the first volume of Geraldine's autobiography - left off. Her erratic journey through life continues to intrigue as she walks out... More > of her job and into an enchanted world of witches, weirdos and wannabe poets. Two offbeat characters she meets at an Earth Mysteries Group kick off the changes that Fate has in store for her, and a charismatic stranger she meets on a train takes her on a magical mystery tour through Cumbria’s Lakeland, opening up her latent spirituality and leaving her hearing the Voice of God in her head. Like the Cat that Walks by Himself, Geraldine threads her own path through witches’ sabbats, predatory preachers, performance poets and passionate romances, coming out at the end of it with The Man Who’ll See the Poet - the only man who ever saw her as she was, instead of what he wanted her to be. There is magic and mayhem in this charming book, which has Ms Murfin-Shaw's uniquely individualistic touch.< Less
Sconnettts 51 Shakespearean Sonnets By Scottt Raven
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Sconnettts is a collection of poems written between 1998 and 2014 by Scottt Raven reflecting on various aspects of love. This limited edition only includes the original 30 based on Scott's romantic... More > relationships, a few bonus Sconnettts and the several poems about his family. Permission was granted for all dedications that appear in print, while the quotes that conclude the book have been written by women who once were or still are in actual relationships with Scottt. These appear in the form of Lovers' Complaints mimicking the original Shakespearean Sonnets.< Less
Sconnettts By Scottt Raven
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Sconnettts is a collection of over 70 poems written between 1998 and 2014 by Scottt Raven reflecting on various aspects of love. Additional subject matter includes sports, action movies, TV shows... More > and more. This edition is laid out chronologically with the first poems written when Scott was still a teenager. Permission was granted for all dedications that appear in print, for poems 1-34, while the quotes on the back of the book have been written by women who once were or still are in actual relationships with Scottt. These appear in the form of Lovers' Complaints mimicking the original Shakespearean Sonnets. Every Thing is connected.< Less
From Mayhew to Me By Toumas Mallender
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Join British poet Toumas Mallender as he travels the streets and alleyways of London from the Dickensian slums guided by Mr Mayhew to the modern metropolis. Henry Mayhew was a 19th century English... More > social researcher and journalist. He published an extensive series of newspaper articles in the Morning Chronicle. These articles were later compiled into the book series, London Labour and the London Poor (1851), a groundbreaking and influential survey of the poor of London. The first fifty poems of this collection were written using words taken from these articles. Each of these poems is then twined with a counterpart written at the locations that Mayhem visited over a hundred and sixty years ago. Many aspects of this great city have changed however there still lingers a great deal of similarity to the London of Mayhew’s era and that of the city today.< Less
One Thousand Minds Brimming: poems & art By Mong-Lan
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In Mong-Lan's new collection of poems, One Thousand Minds Brimming: poems & art, desire, love and mayhem lay bare reality’s vicissitudes. Mong-Lan’s observations about personal... More > history and past wars in Vietnam and Cambodia are poignant, indeed heartbreaking. These poems defy gravity and darkness, and emerge undiminished; more so, like diamonds. They illuminate the spirit, and dissect the human heart with grace, humor and clarity. Mong-Lan's artwork has been exhibited in galleries and museums in the United States such as the Dallas Museum of Art, and in public exhibitions in Tokyo, Buenos Aires, Bangkok, Seoul and Bali. ". . . A true original, unafraid of sentiment and at the height of her artistic prowess, Mong-Lan’s new book proves she remains one of our leading poets.”—Ravi Shankar, editor of Drunken Boat. “. . . I praise these poems of praise which collapse distance and makes us feel, as O’Hara seemed to say, poetry is just a telephone call away.”—David Shapiro.< Less