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The Traveler By Tom Allred
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Travel and Poetry was a passion for Tom. He wrote about what he saw and how he felt.
The Spirit of God As A Poet By an Anointewriter Euraina Jerry
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This masterpiece is the most extraordinary work I have ever done so far! This dynamic book is inspired by the revelations of God shared to me by the Spirit of God in poetry style! Unlike any other... More > book of poetry you will ever read, this book is full of thoughts, inspirations, and feeling shared straight from the Master himself! It is poetry speaking from God to us, his children. Hear what God has to say in poetry style. These revelations, readings of encouragement, and instruction can no way replace the word of God, but, it will put you back in touch with your Creator, who is more than just a God of rules. Discover God's fun- loving personality, romantic- side, & wisdom< Less
To Be, Know Thyself, You Do You By Jane Stahl, Susan Biebuyck
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Art responding to literature, literature responding to art in a book of poetry and prose. A culmination of the drive of the little gallery that did, Studio B Fine Art Gallery. Studio B is located in... More > the heart of historic Boyertown, PA. It is a community gallery, run by the steam of Susan Biebuyck and Jane E. Stahl, two friends whose two passions are bound by this book.< Less
Poems and Ponderings of Patriots and Praise By Randy Richmond
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A collection of mostly that with a patriotic flavor. Also included are some ponderings and observations of a political, although not partisan nature. Friends, family, and spiritual poems will also... More > be found among the pages.< Less
A Forester's Son and Other Poems By William Baldwin
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"A Forester’s Son and Other Poems" is a follow up the slightly earlier "Village Lives and Other Poems" and also deals with the poems written in recent years by Wm. Baldwin. ... More > William (or Billy as he’s usually called) is a lifelong resident of the South Carolina Low Country and at 71 a pretty good student of both life and the country. Before retirement he had worked as a commercial fisherman and residential contractor while still finding the time to write dozens of well received books, each a treatment of “the complex beauty, apparent turmoil, and downright mystery” he sees around him. This collection is no exception. He presents the poems here in the order written—"A Forester’s Son" drawing on roughly the second half of those composed. As in "Village Lives" the result is a diary like collection that will take the reader by surprise, make him or her laugh, shake their head, sigh, perhaps cry, for its nothing less than a full, human experience.< Less
Soft Human By Emery Allen
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last spring, I dreamt that I was at a summer solstice party at my parents’ house. I was surrounded by friends that I didn’t recognize, but in the moment I knew them. there was a man, but... More > I didn’t see his face (I never see his face). he had a lot of rips in his jeans and wherever his skin would show, flowers were there instead. bright ones. we were moving around a lot, in sync with each other. at one point we were all lying on the ground and it looked like we were in a giant bubble. like the whole earth was. when I’d move my head, I’d see the bubble react to the sun and rainbows would wiggle across the sky. I think I was in love with this man. I walked over to my mom, smiling, and she said, "oh, don’t be such a soft human."< Less
Poetic Reflection By Ash Shawwa
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This book will cover several different aspects to life and being a muslim. If you're curious to know what goes on inside the mind of a muslim, or are a muslim looking for some motivation and... More > inspiration this is the book for you. This is a collection of poems of various topics meant to allow the reader to reflect and ponder< Less
Village Lives and Other Poems By William Baldwin
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A lifelong resident of the Carolina Low Country, Wm. Baldwin has worked as a commercial fisherman and residential contractor while still finding the time to write dozens of well received books, each... More > a treatment of the complex beauty and downright mystery he sees around him. This collection is no exception. Between August 2012 and August 2015 he tried to write a poem a day. He failed. Still the output was considerable and of a high quality. And he presents the poems here in the order written. The result is a diary like collection that will take the reader by surprise, make him or her laugh, shake their head, sigh, perhaps cry, for its nothing less than a full, human, Low Country experience.< Less
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Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches By Meggie Royer
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Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches is the second book of poetry by Meggie Royer. This book is broken into two parts, the first about grief, loss, and pain, the second about recovery and survival.
Fire In A Nutshell By Bill Graeser
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These poems will take you in, offer tea and toast, and invite a bear from the forest to sit with you at a table where there is honey enough for all.
Don't Let Your Voice Be Meek By Aimee Armijo
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My name is Aimee Armijo. I was born on July 5th 1982 in Denver Colorado. I was born with cerebral palsy. Despite my limitations, I was raised to have the mentality that I can do whatever I want to... More > do. My parents have been very encouraging and supportive of everything. If there’s something I want to do and I can’t do it one way; we work together until we figure out a way I can do it. I have never been one to open up and express my thoughts and feelings, but my writing allows me to be able to do that. This collection of poems truly comes from my heart; they’re about life and things I feel and think about. Some of them are from actual experiences. My hope is to somehow inspire. Through my writing I have learned about myself. I learned that I’m not someone who should be looked at as having a disability, being handicapped, or physically challenged. I am who I am. I am a person just like everyone else. I am who I am, I am Aimee.< Less
Only Through The Body By Denise Miller
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The poems in this collection attempt to engage the speaker’s own geography of intersecting social locators/identity markers and attempts to produce a means of transforming their own... More > intersecting social borders and identities for both the speaker and the reader. To do so, the poems begin by drawing personal “frame of reference” maps using select coordinates that can be found in the true stories, in the case of Janay and Ray Rice and in the persona poem “On 171st Street in Jamaica, Queens at 5:15 a.m.*”, and in the other speaker’s stories as well to find the bordered relationships between themselves, the objects, people, places and experiences. Based on the construction of maps related to gender, race violence and sexuality the reader is invited to explore the dialectical interrelationships between them and the poem.< Less
Dream Girl By Clementine von Radics
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Dream Girl is a reflection on girlhood by 24 year-old poet Clementine von Radics. The collection is about the ways idealization leads to dehumanization, perception versus reality, sexism, feminism,... More > mania, love, and Oregon. Dream Girl features poems that have gone viral on tumblr and Button Poetry, as well as 30 new poems, and illustrations by the author. This book is the much-anticipated second collection by Clementine von Radics.< Less
Give Me A God I Can Relate To By Blythe Baird
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This is the first book by actress, poet, and feminist Blythe Baird. In 2014, she represented Chicago as the youngest competitor at the National Poetry Slam. Her work has been published or featured... More > by The Huffington Post, Write Bloody, EverydayFeminism, Button Poetry, Chicago Literati, Banango Street, and Wicked Banshee, among others.< Less
The Women Widowed to Themselves By Lora Mathis
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The Women Widowed to Themselves is Lora Mathis' first full-length book of poetry. Bold, feminine, and unapologetic, it deals with themes of mental illness, femininity, and regaining autonomy over... More > your body.< Less
Selling The Sunrise By Joshua C Geiger
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Selling the Sunrise is a 60 poem collection, covering themes of certainty, doubt, and love. Often somber and low-key, these poems seek to give voice to the problems we each face but struggle to... More > describe.The print version includes 10 previously unreleased poems.< Less
Wrong Side Of A Fistfight By Ashe Vernon
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A fearless voice shouting from east Texas, Ashe Vernon writes of fierce softness, queer love and identity, God and family. With a gift for delicate, violent imagery, Ashe invites us to lose ourselves... More > in her world. Wrong Side of a Fistfight feels like getting lost in the woods, with someone holding your hand promising to guide you home. This is the second book of poems by Ashe Vernon, spoken word poet and author of the blog Late Night Corner Store.< Less
Poetry Straight from the Heart: A Lonely Man's Cry for Love By Earl Squire
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A Book of Love… This book is a compilation of life journeys expressed thru poetry by a young man from adolescence to adulthood who understood one thing, “That women are to be... More > cherished.” Born in Houston, TX, Earl Squire is the youngest of five children. The son of a preacher, Earl was well grounded, yet a bit rebellious. Coming along behind sisters who maintained a good name and reputation allowed Earl to develop respect for and an appreciation of women. Always open-minded many relationships came, and many relationships went. But the author remained adventurous and resilient, and maintained an appreciation for “The Fairer Sex.”< Less
This is How We Find Eachother By Fortesa Latifi
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First book by Fortesa Latifi, author of the blog MadGirlF. Fortesa lives in Arizona.
Living in the Wind By Judith Dubin
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Selected poems from "Cracks in the Road" and "These Little Things."
Become. By Emery Allen
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This is a collection of soft poems that I wrote while becoming, for the ones who are doing the same.
I Believe By Kimbrea Whaley
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Poetry book with sketches and inspirational messages/poems to enlighten the heart
Unmasked: Poetry of Self Expression By Paul Kachoris
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Paul J. Kachoris has given poetic voice to his deeply felt feelings, thoughts and dreams. His poetry is always inspired by the impact of significant events in his life. Paul has chronologically... More > placed each of his poems under one of nine "facets".< Less
Transcending Damnation Creek Trail By Janice D. Rubin
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Janice D. Rubin's chapbook Transcending Damnation Creek Trail revolves around the themes of love, fulfillment, disappointment, travel in nature and trancendence.