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RHYTHM AND RHYME AT STORM By james sale
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This collection, first heard at the marvellous Storm Restaurant in Poole (see back pages for more on Storm – a must for gourmets everywhere!) – is the result of a collaboration between... More > two friends, James Sale and David Orme. Their friendship is exactly 30 years old, and despite having written over a dozen books together on poetry teaching, Shakespeare and the like, this is undoubtedly their best book and legacy. That it was first performed at Storm is highly appropriate: what better place to perform poems and stories that move the soul than a place where food and wine captivate the palate? Alongside the poems of James and David, we have included two favourite classics of rhythm and rhyme which we performed on the night: Kubla Khan and an extract from Alfred Noyes’ The Highwayman. Poems and stories speak to the hearts of us because narrative is a primary act of mind. Contact us if you’d like to know more.< Less
The Second Line By Michael Molina
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It is the year 2020 and New Orleans is swinging again. After a jazz funeral to honor the onset of hurricane season, an eclectic group of only in New Orleans characters gather to call on the spirit... More > of Papa Fat, a griot ghost who weaves a bluesy tale capturing the history, culture, and struggle of The City That Care Forgot. Featuring lyrical rhymed and metered prose, and including spoken word poetry, storytelling, sketch comedy, blues and hip hop song, The Second Line is a jazz novel in the tradition of Jean Toomer’s Cane. The Second Line also includes a Glossary of New Orleans Terms to Know, a list of 250 interesting facts, places, and people that make the Big Easy such a unique culture. This novel-in-stories, songs, and poems is a celebration of New Orleans living spirit.< Less
The Second Line By Michael Molina
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It is the year 2020 and New Orleans is swinging again. After a jazz funeral to honor the onset of hurricane season, an eclectic group of only in New Orleans characters gather to call on the spirit... More > of Papa Fat, a griot ghost who weaves a bluesy tale capturing the history, culture, and struggle of The City That Care Forgot. Featuring lyrical rhymed and metered prose, and including spoken word poetry, storytelling, sketch comedy, blues and hip hop song, The Second Line is a jazz novel in the tradition of Jean Toomer’s Cane. The Second Line also includes a Glossary of New Orleans Terms to Know, a list of 250 interesting facts, places, and people that make the Big Easy such a unique culture. This novel-in-stories, songs, and poems is a celebration of New Orleans living spirit.< Less
Literary Cafe` By James Madison High School
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This book is comprised of high school student literary work.
Collections 2009 By Aaron Dalton
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A collection of writings by high school students.
Walking the Unpaved Road By Taylor Graham et al.
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Alaska; poetry; poems; short stories; personal narrative; travel;
Anecdotes Anapoetry and Acute Accounts By Richard Stevko
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A collection of narrative poetry including metaphoric styles as well as prosaic comparisons; contrasted with short stories in prose styles as well as poetic lines.
The Devil on the Tree - & Other Poems of Dysfunction By David Lewis Paget
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The very latest offerings from the Master of Narrative Poetry, Australian Poet David Lewis Paget. There is something here for everyone, the subject material is wide ranging from future fantasy to... More > historical scenarios with a lot of 'what ifs'. This is a remarkable collection, 82 poems over 273 pages, guaranteed to keep you awake at night, either reading by a bedside lamp or lying awake, listening for strange creaking sounds in the dark. Don't believe me? Listen to the readers - 'A vast saga, time/history, perception, the tale of the immutable universe. How deftly you create the setting, the gravity to walk down the hallowed halls and peek behind the curtains of time - Bill Roarke.' Or - 'I find myself entangled again in the genius of your penstrokes! your melody! your game! your mind! your fame! I mean... you're just a god. - A.R.' A little over the top there, but you'll find this poetry addictive. Make sure you read it before lending it out - you'll never get it back!< Less

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AS WE FORWARD AS WE FORWARD By Drew W.F. Rigby
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