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Poems of Love & Loss: A Teenagers Life By Jessica Adams
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This is a book of poetry written about what it's like to be a teeanger and to love and lose love. It shows how hard life is being so young and in love when those older then you think your too young... More > to have the feeling of love. This book tells you to follow your heart and never let what others say keep you from the ones you love.< Less
Poems of Love & Loss: A Teenagers Life By Jessica Adams
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This is a book of poetry written about what it's like to be a teeanger and to love and lose love. It shows how hard life is being so young and in love when those older then you think your too young... More > to have the feeling of love. This book tells you to follow your heart and never let what others say keep you from the ones you love.< Less
in times of loss By Bill Bergeron
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poems that are created or come about because of a loss or a death. Or perhaps the poem is trying to capture the feelings of someone going through a rough time
The Loss & GMO By Walter Ruhlmann
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The Loss is five-fold and each part is about five different types of loss: my self-confidence, my father, memory, the love in my partner, and my mind. It is during a period of doubt and hard times... More > that these poems were written. -- Walter Ruhlmann< Less
Loss. And Found By Andy Williamson
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Loss. And found: A collection of poetry about love, loss and discovery. This collection was written between 2007 and 2013. The poems and images reflect the passage of relationships and our physical... More > movement in the pursuit of (or away from) them. How do we re-negotiate our own sense of belonging and meaning through multiple migrations (of self and heart), yet remain anchored? Nothing happens in isolation. This collection began to form in New Zealand, in the Waitakere Ranges and alongside the Manukau Harbour. It was finished in East London, close to the River Lea and the Thames. Places between might be less obvious but are no less important. The images are collectively derived from East Sussex and Provence, in the wind shadows of Firle Beacon and the Petit Luberon. The poems are thematic. They are not serial. Some poems contain words written in Maori. They are not translated. Translation colonises meaning. Who are they about? I don’t know. Or I won’t say.< Less
From the Flowers of Loss By Charles Morris
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From the Flowers of Loss is a naked and vulnerable glimpse into the world of spiritual awakening not often covered in today's feel good genre's on the topic. It is plain and vibrant material meant... More > to support those on the path of awakening, when awakening isn't an obvious choice any longer.< Less
Of Love...and Loss By Frank Cabrera
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Writing about the glory of love and the devastion of love loss.
At a Loss for Words: A Collection of Poetry By Amy Butler
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A volume of poetry, containing spiritual, romantic, and silly poetry, as well as a few poems about life in general.
At a Loss for Words: A Collection of Poetry By Amy Butler
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A volume of poetry, containing spiritual, romantic, and silly poetry, as well as a few poems about life in general.
LOVE AND LOSS: DIVORCE POETRY By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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2007 revision of the author's original 2006 book about Love, Loss, Divorce, Remarriage, Love and Loss again and several examples given. Prose and Japanese Senryu Poems worked into this book. A final... More > chapter of Disfunctional poems, written by Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward, with a desire only that the reader may in some way relate, as we all are children of God with all of our mistakes; hopefully to learn from them, as life is a learning process. Remember: Divorce is a damned rotten shame: forgive and begin again as "Love Covereth"< Less