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Jellybeans in Space By Jan Slepian
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Want to know what it’s like being old and still in love with life? Jan Slepian, author of numerous picture books, award winning young adult novels, and popular essays for seniors, begins a new... More > genre at 94 with this collection of her poetry. As with all her other books the writing is conversational, sometimes funny, deeply in touch, and always meaningful.< Less
Gardens for the Lush By Omar Waqar
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"Omar is probably one of the greatest song writers in a generation any where in any genre; a self described Anarchist his lyrics cover a range of topics from racism, immigration, slaving away in... More > corporate America, and of course anti conformity. Think of him as a Sufi Tom Gabel with a completely different perspective, his writing is poetic and gripping and his delivery of the lyrics is smoother than melted butter mixed with heavy cream frozen and flattened with a Zamboni." ...." Omar plays the guitar, sitar, and of course sings in his amazing voice his timely and important message." - FCH, The Interthrashional< Less
Reedbed Diaspora By Baraka Blue
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The reed flute represents the human being— cut from the primordial spiritual realm, from communion with our Source in the river of pure peace, light, and gnosis. After a time before time in the... More > divine presence, witnessing and communing with the Ultimate Reality, we were brought out from the riverbed and placed in the here-below. We have come to this realm, according to the Sufis, to witness, remember and awaken to our original state. At the core of our beings we all yearn for this return. For we are the Reedbed Diaspora. Baraka Blue is a poet, emcee, and educator born in Seattle, Washington. He is known for his unique blend of the American traditions of Hip-Hop and Spoken Word poetry with the Islamic tradition of mystical poetry exemplified by Rumi, Hafiz, and others. He has performed across North America and internationally, in countries such as the U.K., Turkey, the Gambia, Senegal, Egypt and Morocco.< Less
Wisdom Beyond Words By Robert Taylor
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Seize this moment, you are about to enter a world of poetry, explore and analyze words from an outlook that can only be done through this book. This book will enlighten the hearts and souls of any... More > reader who views or listens to this poetry. These words will send shockwaves through the mind that are designed to uplift the reader. While reading poetry most readers want to laugh, cry, be entertained, and to be left in suspense. To receive all of this in one book was impossible until now. This classic publication will accommodate every scene of our daily lives; touching on the issues of forgiveness, love, nurture vs. nature, praying, and parent-child relationships, not to mention a multitude of other important topics discussed in today’s society.< Less
Our FATHER & My Mother (at one stage in her life) By Heather L. Aristilde
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Our FATHER & My Mother (at one stage in her life)
The Traveler By Mohammad Bader
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The Traveler is a mystical journey, a dream and a desire to find peace and harmony in a world torn with war, greed and lust for power.
Shall We Have Magic? By Alan Baxter
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“Alan Baxter’s poetry explores with clarity our deepest and most personal feelings-----the right touch of nature laced with human nature.” —Evie Ivy, author of The First... More > Woman Who Danced and host of the Green Pavilion Alan Baxter’s poetry is a delightfully eclectic, enlightening smorgasbord of humor, pathos, and social commentary----with spicy, often playful variations of rhythm, rhyme, precise imagery, and poetic form. Alan’s poetry always leaves me with a heightened sense of the spirituality and ethics of everyday life, everyday people, extraordinary moments in life, and extraordinary people. Wonderfully subversive yet sincerely compassionate, this book is sure to inspire.” —Robin Small-McCarthy, Co-founder and Co-host of Kairos Poetry Café, Poet, Singer-Songwriter< Less
You Are Meant to Be Like Fire By Sheila Murray-Nellis
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These poems explore how we communicate or fail to communicate with each other, with the natural world, and ultimately with the Divine. Poems of longing, of delight, and of loss reflect on how our... More > relationship with nature mirrors our connection or lack of connection with God.< Less
Read Brother Read: A Collection of Poems Through a Sister's Eyes By Katrina McClain
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Read Brother Read is a book of poetry through a sister's eyes. This book will make you think critically, laugh, and examine life situations. The poetry consists of real situations of youth, my... More > personal life experiences, and observations.< Less
Vanessa Place... blocked By 38 Poets
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From 2012 to 2014, the poet and artist Vanessa Place regularly re-posted other poets’ Facebook status updates as if they were her own. One such appropriated update, reprinted as the cover of... More > this book, prompted a poet to block Place. Thirty-eight poets responded to his announcement “Vanessa Place… blocked.” This book reproduces verbatim their Facebook discussion.< Less
Mining the Light By Keith Shein
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Mining the Light gathers thirty years of poetry focused on the outdoors. Fishing is what gets the poet to nature, but all that the natural world brings to light resides in the poems. Birth is there... More > along with death, the ongoing richness of life, and the mystery of where we humans fit in, balancing as we must our time away from the natural world with our brief ventures into the wilderness. Poet, Keith Shein, has fly fished the rivers of the West and the saltwater of Key West. There’s a lifetime of experience and insight between the covers of Mining the Light.< Less
About Cat, Mostly By Molli Krausz
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This collection of poems explores the deeply personal yet universal relationship between a cat and a human. Perceptive, tender, and remarkably observant of the small details of the shared life of two... More > beings, one small and furry, the other tall and slender.< Less
A Cannon, a Heart, and Now This... By Michael Mark
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This book is a collection of reflections on the reality of Love’s presence. They are encounters with truth in the disguise of image and story—a game of horseshoes played across the... More > threshold of non-existence. I throw iron shoes through the opening, and Hafiz throws back bowling balls, flower bouquets and circling doves. When difficulty arises, Jesus crawls out from the safe-keeping of my own heart to walk with me for a bit. And when all else fails, there’s a leopard ambush.< Less
Tough Cotton By Gordona Bloe
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Presenting a new series of thoughts and experiences expressed in poetry, lyrics, and short stories, author Gordona Bloe (pronounced “bloo”) offers a collection that is open, honest, and... More > unfiltered. Bloe’s writing focuses on seeking answers and exploring a wide range of emotions. It highlights her refusal to succumb to the disasters that would prevent her from reaching her true identity—Tough Cotton. “Earth” considers how life begins and moves forward. “Cotton Seeds” provides a voice to the youth—and perhaps others who have been found, lost, or even forgotten. “Bloeming” is a recognition of who Tough Cotton is becoming or choosing not to become. “Ginned” delves into the underworld of drugs and prison. “Storms and Thorns” reflects on the troubles of life, while “Wrinkled Sheets” are where passion, heat, and comfort exist. Intense and inspirational, this collection shares the raw experiences of life—love, chaos, anger, regret, acceptance—with a stirring and unflinching voice.< Less
Cat Lady By Mary M. Schmidt
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To any tourist in Rome, Old Maria may seem to be an eccentric soul who feeds stray cats and thinks she can talk with them. Things are rarely as they seem. In fact, she can. A dying cardinal has given... More > Maria a final, urgent wish. His time is running short. On the surface, it seems impossible to grant. Things are rarely as they seem. Especially with Maria and her cats at work. And for those who truly love, the impossible is only an illusion. What you think you see, may well be something quite different.< Less
A Staple’s Eye: Staples hold papers with a bend. Poets hold thoughts and make them blend. By Rebecca Faulkins Conaway
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Life is a journey, not a destination. On my journey I have encountered numerous people whom I am thankful that I have been afforded the opportunity to meet, some by happenstance. A Staple’s... More > Eye is a collection of poems written to honor family, friends, colleagues and associates throughout each unique stage of my journey. Family—A Big Family There were eleven children, Who were encouraged in the same. They grew up, left home, and each played his or her own game. Employment—Test Administrator If she disagrees with you, you will know that too; she will speak your name and say, “REALLY.” That’s what she will do. The poetry in A Staple’s Eye serves as a reflection of their character, while documenting the influence they have had on my life. A Staple’s Eye will forever serve as a sentimental keepsake for all who value the significance of social connections and relationships.< Less
A Staple’s Eye: Staples hold papers with a bend. Poets hold thoughts and make them blend. By Rebecca Faulkins Conaway
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Life is a journey, not a destination. On my journey I have encountered numerous people whom I am thankful that I have been afforded the opportunity to meet, some by happenstance. A Staple’s... More > Eye is a collection of poems written to honor family, friends, colleagues and associates throughout each unique stage of my journey. Family—A Big Family There were eleven children, Who were encouraged in the same. They grew up, left home, and each played his or her own game. Employment—Test Administrator If she disagrees with you, you will know that too; she will speak your name and say, “REALLY.” That’s what she will do. The poetry in A Staple’s Eye serves as a reflection of their character, while documenting the influence they have had on my life. A Staple’s Eye will forever serve as a sentimental keepsake for all who value the significance of social connections and relationships.< Less
The Love Song of D. Nerd McDonald By Dominic "Nerd" McDonald
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We all write our love song. From the moment we are born love inspires us inside and out. This is the song of Dominic "Nerd" McDonald as he brings to you 50+ pages of poetry inspired by the... More > past decade of his experiences with love and relationships (or the the lack thereof).< Less
Now By LILLIAN RHINEHART
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Third poetry book of a series incorporating the loss of a beloved spouse and the journey toward renewal.
Why I Should Avoid Caffeine: Poems by Michael Keiser By Michael Keiser
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Michael Keiser explores loss, pain, beauty, despair, loneliness, and hope with poignancy and turns of humor and irony.
In Search of J. Morton Allen By Jeff Reed
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A mysterious kind stranger from Jeff Reed’s childhood becomes the inspiration for his newest collection of poetry. Powered by the iconic myth of J. Morton Allen, the poems herein explore the... More > numinous world that insists on teasing the edges of our knowing by means of night dreams, angel visitations, old saints and poets, eldritch cool spaces in the wild woods, and the myths and stories and histories which are calling out in a way that only the homesick can hear.< Less
Melting Bones By Julie Pujol-Karel
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Poetry of diverse themes. Love, family and God. Melting Bones is the 10th book by Poet Julie Pujol Karel.
Some Wounds Don't Bleed By David Rose
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A collection of original poems about PTSD and war experiences written in a poetic format from a Vietnam War veteran.
Now By LILLIAN RHINEHART
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Third poetry book of a series incorporating the loss of a beloved spouse and the journey toward renewal.
Prism August 2015 By Ronald Wiseman
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Contemporary International Poetry Anthology Number 14 called Prism