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QUEST GIRL SONNETS AND SESTINAS By Cupideros
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The Quest Girl Sonnets and Sestinas consist of 19 sonnets and 15 sestina poems deal with girl’s and women’s life. Feminist positive poems for the 21st Century--They cover a wide range of... More > topics, but center on female autonomy,love and spirituality. These poems entertain and provide educational information and viewpoints on the various sides female life. FREE PREVIEW!< Less
QUEST GIRL SONNETS AND SESTINAS By Cupideros
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The Quest Girl Sonnets and Sestinas consist of 19 sonnets and 15 sestina poems deal with girl’s and women’s life. Feminist positive poems for the 21st Century--They cover a wide range of... More > topics, but center on female autonomy,love and spirituality. These poems entertain and provide educational information and viewpoints on the various sides female life. FREE PREVIEW!< Less
Ballades and Rondeaus, Chants Royal, Sestinas, Villanelles, etc, By Various
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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: Joseph William Gleeson White (Christchurch 1851–1898),... More > often known as Gleeson White, was an English writer on art.He was educated at Christ Church School and afterward became a member of the Art Workers Guild. He moved to New York City in 1890 where he conducted the Art Amateur (1891–92). He returned to England in 1893. He was the first serving editor of The Studio, founded by Charles Holme in 1893 (Lewis Hind had acted as editor for four months before the launch of the magazine). In 1895 Holme took over as editor himself, although Gleeson White continued to contribute for the rest of his life. He also edited during his last years the "Ex Libris Series"; the "Connoisseur Series"; the "Pageant"; and, with Edward F. Strange, Bell's "Cathedral Series. "The published works of Gleeson White include: Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Gleeson_White< Less
Hearts (Electronic Edition) By Kevin Ivers
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A brief collection of poems on love and heartbreak. Includes the ballad "Gravity," inspired by Douglas Adams and Shel Silverstein.
Hearts By Kevin Ivers
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A brief collection of poems on love and heartbreak. Includes the ballad "Gravity," inspired by Douglas Adams and Shel Silverstein.
Dabru Emet By Joshua Herman
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This book has a poems mostly written in a freestyle manner. It is from the perspective of an person with a troubled life and the struggles of coming to terms with it.
Dabru Emet By Joshua Herman
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This book has a poems mostly written in a freestyle manner. It is from the perspective of an person with a troubled life and the struggles of coming to terms with it.
Personal Space By Jessica James
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This collection contains free verse and traditional forms such as sestinas, ballads, dramatic monologues, and Haiku. The poems were written about both public and private life, and they are political,... More > personal, and, at times, whimsical.< Less
Personal Space By Jessica James
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This collection contains free verse and traditional forms such as sestinas, ballads, dramatic monologues, and Haiku. The poems were written about both public and private life, and they are political,... More > personal, and, at times, whimsical.< Less
Vespers East & West: Selected Poems 1972-2010 By David Taylor Johannesen
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David Johannesen’s varied collection envisions the poem as an occasion to relive memories, revisit people lost to death and divorce, and reflect on the nature of change that makes past and... More > present come together in remembrance. “Memory is a dissolving of the self,” he writes. In these pages, couples negotiate their desires, lost lovers account for the mistakes they made, new lovers rejoice in the pleasures they have found. In one poem, a warm eye is cast on a young father stepping gingerly around his son’s college life. In others, there are elegies for loved ones whose absences have been marked by confusion, and there are paeans to sailing and fishing, to mountainous, desert and coastal landscapes. The past is mapped as a geography of memories in these poems: from the Uinta Mountains of Utah, the mannered lanes of Charleston, to the busy streets of Lower Manhattan. In this way, Johannesen captures the fragmented and intemperate nature of life itself.< Less