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The Forge in the Forest Being the Narrative of the Acadian Ranger, Jean de Mer, Seigneur de Briart; and How He Crossed the Black Abbe; and of His Adventures in a Strange Fellowship By Charles G. D., Sir Roberts
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts, KCMG FRSC (January 10, 1860... More > – November 26, 1943) was a Canadian poet and prose writer who is known as the Father of Canadian Poetry. He was "almost the first Canadian author to obtain worldwide reputation and influence; he was also a tireless promoter and encourager of Canadian literature. He published numerous works on Canadian exploration and natural history, verse, travel books, and fiction." "At his death he was regarded as Canada's leading man of letters. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_G._D._Roberts< Less
Black Man’s Sorrow and Other Poetry: In Honour of Mother Nature By Tawia Tsekumah
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A collection of provocative poetry and short narratives in honour of Mother Nature. The poet mainly expresses praise and awe at the universe for supporting humanity and all living things since the... More > beginning of time. He personifies nature as if it were a woman standing right in front of him. This writing implies a rejection of anthropomorphism of God or gods and regales the pantheistic feeling. It is characterized by direct expression, sarcasm, cynicism, humour and hope delivered very rich with emotions. The author also speaks of love. He ends with personal opinions and aphorisms.< Less
Black Man’s Sorrow and Other Poetry: In Honour of Mother Nature By Tawia Tsekumah
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A collection of provocative poetry and short narratives in honour of Mother Nature. The poet mainly expresses praise and awe at the universe for supporting humanity and all living things since the... More > beginning of time. He personifies nature as if it were a woman standing right in front of him. This writing implies a rejection of anthropomorphism of God or gods and regales the pantheistic feeling. It is characterized by direct expression, sarcasm, cynicism, humour and hope delivered very rich with emotions. The author also speaks of love. He ends with personal opinions and aphorisms.< Less
Existing Fully Is A Revolutionary Act: Poetry, Photography and Prose at the intersection of Race, Gender and Sexuality By André Jackson
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This book is a small exploration of personal narrative as it revealed itself while the author completed an MFA in Fibers. The works are personal and autobiographic with reflections, self portraits... More > and poetry working together to explore gender, race and sexuality.< Less
Mama Moo Moo and other Poetry for Kids (and those who won't grow up) By Lissa Kristine Jorgensen
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A book of poetry over a decade in the making. This book features poems written from the age of 10 on up. From poems about sports to silly narratives to poems that came about simply because they were... More > part of a school assignment, this book expresses some of my best and worst poetic moments over the past decade.< Less
Le Dernier Tour d'Ivoire ~ Three Seasons Quick and collected poetry By Tim Stump
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Three Seasons Quick is a satire of the subliminal control of media and a tragic romance. The protagonist, Wilhelm Durst Siavëj, undergoes a series of abstractly nostalgic events, carefully yet... More > unconsciously aided by the narrator, that leads him to much pscho-social disturbance. The story in text is inspired by the format of Charles Darwin's "On the Origin of Species", and due to the setting in England, in British English grammar. The poetry is somewhat, let there be many tangential offspring of my thoughts, on the same line of thought as the short story above mentioned, with various subsequential subjects. The Faith in Christ enters, though not blantantly, into some of the poetry and story, but is simply an expression (as all poetry is) of things seen or assimilated. Some, namely "Le Ballet de l'Américain", "Beating round the Burning Bush" and "Dirge for National Honour" are oriented round politics and current events.< Less
Le Dernier Tour d'Ivoire ~ Three Seasons Quick and collected poetry By Tim Stump
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Three Seasons Quick is a satire of the subliminal control of media, and a tragic romance. The specious main character, Wilhelm Durst Siavëj, undergoes a series of abstractly nostalgic events,... More > carefully yet unconsciously aided by the narrator, that leads him to much psycho-social disturbance. The story in text is inspired by the format of Charles Darwin's "On the Origin of Species", and due to the setting in England, in British English grammar. The poetry is somewhat, let there be many tangental offspring of my thoughts, on the same line of thought as the short story above mentioned, with various subjects. The Faith in Christ enters, though not blantantly, into some of the poetry and story, but is simply an expression (as all poetry is) of things seen or assimilated. Some, namely "Le Ballet de l'Américain", "Beating around the Burning Bush" and "Dirge for National Honour" are oriented round politics and current events.< Less
WHERE THOUGHTS COME FROM By Richard Stevko
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Narratopoet By Anwer Ghani
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Expressive narrative prose poetry. Here you will find superficial narrative prose but deep lyricism and poetry.
All The Way Home By Frank Koch
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Selected narratives and poetry written during the lifetime and career of Frank Koch.