Compassion and strength bleed from the wounds laid open on these pages. In her poetic memoir of healing, Cecele Allen Kraus leaves the shriveled truth behind like the dead skin of a snake that... More > slithers shining into the sunlight.< Less
Fall in love with love again
But not just love of the heart
Fall in love with you, the person you were created to be. The beautiful you inside and out
Fall in love with the Second chance of life that... More > was given to you; fall in love with the Giver of life.
Fall in love with the history of your ancestors that paved the way for you and those to come.
Fall in Love with The spirit of true love, you know the one that had you at Hello
Fall in love with that
Forever Beautiful kind of Love.< Less
I THINK THEREFORE I WRITE/ I WRITE THEREFORE 1 THINK.
You won’t find entertainment or diversion in this book
(at least not a whole lot);
not much comfort or peace either
(eight hours of sleep... More > is best for that).
What you’ll find here is WORK - as co-writer.
From the first words, “I will never go away,”
to, “WE WILL LAST” - enjoy these poems by Egan Gleason< Less
ALPHABETAP is a lively visual collaboration using intense graphics, colors, text, book design, and collage to create a unique and compelling artists' book that is playfully based on the alphabet. The... More > authors are masters in the fields of visual poetry and the book arts, and this collaboration is a treat for the eye and mind.< Less
Love Poems From a Perpetually Single Girl is a compilation of poems about all aspects of love. Relying on word pairings to evoke emotion, Reese Morrell provides a broad spectrum of perspectives on... More > love and relationships. A thoughtful insight to life and love, this collection spotlights the joys and despairs of relationships.< Less
This collection of poetry invites the reader to partake of language that flows with equal passion through many layers of life, from the very personal to the global. Through the observation of nature,... More > people, attitudes, political and social issues, these poems reveal a close connection between the mundane and the spiritual.< Less
Award winning writer, Joelle Sander, received her award from C.Everett Koop, former Surgeon General, for her book BEFORE THEIR TIME. Her award was designated "Best Adult Book About... More > Children," given by the Braun Center for Holocaust Studies in collaboration with the Kosciuszko Foundation. Sander was the Associate Director of The Center for Continuing Education at Sarah Lawrence College for twenty years and taught "Modern American Poetry" in the B.A. program for adults. MARGINS of LIGHT is her first book of poetry. She is also a successful painter (JoelleSander.com) and lives in New York City.< Less
“There is power in words. To love words is power. When you put them together for broader meaning that is powerful. When you use them to express and portray LOVE that is the most powerful. Love... More > is one of the strongest forces in existence. Either communicate love or communicate with love. Lives are changed through LOVE.”
~ From the Introduction by Omar Simpson
This collection of poems are Omar Simpson's creative thoughts. The poems are thought-provoking and critical discussion starters. Key topics discussed are Love, Poverty, Education, the N-word, Fear, Religion and much more.< Less
Each day we are faced with the normalization of terror in our every day lives. This collection provides an interesting look at the things that have frightened us in the past decade, the things that... More > have scared us for far longer than that, and asks how are we responding now.< Less
“She Watches Me Through My Words” is the long awaited debut book of poetry by Darryl E. Moss affectionately known as D. Moss across the East Coast.
An intimate collection of poetry,... More > spilled from the author, is a celebration women, family, and community in its perfected form. D. Moss' words warm the soul and open its reader’s minds to a world of passion, love and the fulfillment of finding "Your" seamless woman.
"She Watches Me Through My Words," sets the standard for quixotic but dreamy poetry. Find love in the letters that form the words and then share them with those you care about the most. Enjoy< Less
Two sonnet sequences in homage to Ted Berrigan and Danske Dandridge and a dramatic monolog in an exurban small town eatery: AT BETTY'S RESTAURANT THOMAS SHEPHERD LOVES DANSKE DANDRIDGE AND THE... More > SHEPHERDSTOWN SONNETS. You will too.< Less
More than two dozen poets musing on the subject of Florida. Edited by Chris Bodor and featuring a foreword by Glenda Bailey-Mershon. With poems, instead of cameras, poets take snapshots of life.... More > Writers from across America point their lyrical lens on Florida – the Sunshine State.
Hand-picked, like Satsuma oranges from wind swept branches, every poet has contributed a unique snapshot. Northerners like Alan Catlin, Sean Flaherty, and Lewis Frederick Crystal weigh-in as outsiders looking in. Michael Henry Lee, Kimmy Van Kooten, Lee Patterson, and a dozen St. Johns County residents offer the local perspective. Folk singer Lonesome Bert Hodge, indie rocker David Dondero and musician Matt Butcher contribute song lyrics presented in poetry from. Jump on the tour bus at Fernandina Beach and feel free to get off at any stop. Ride all the way to the Keys, if you please. Savoring along the way, the acquired flavor of the Sunshine State.< Less
This is the collection of poetic works by Keith Waldrop that are flash poems. Flash poems appear in Keith's mind and he has to write them down. They cover many life experiences and events and has... More > beautiful poetic works.< Less
In Durell’s third book of poetry, Don’t Tell Me To Hush, we meet pimps and preachers; we get to know the love of a brother and the enmity of a destroyer. We see clearly the boogie men we... More > make and the risks that we take, and all the while “The Kid in the Crowd” is “weaving through these people,” taking it all in and shaping our story. He is “a time traveler,” a tale spinner, and in the end we realize that the man with the microphone, the man we think we see, we think we know, has something to tell us, about us.< Less
Ministry in poetic form. It's a compilation of poetry and scriptures that set, confirms and establishes God's direction and influence. It describes what I've been through and how God delivered... More > someone was at one time consiered "un-deliverable".< Less
In the spring of 2004, while incarcerated in a New York state correctional facility. David "PaperMirrors" Marrero had a spiritual experience that changed the course of his life forever. ... More > After years of suffering from depression, rage, anger, and other hurtful self-destructive feelings, David broke down one day in his cell and had a spiritual breakthrough. David began to keep a journal, record his thoughts and dreams on paper. He began writing short stories and poems that permeate with timeless universal wisdom, insight, and challenges he faced throughout his life.
Written In Pensoul will touch you at the core of your being. His writings are loaded with raw honesty, remorse, grief, joy, hope, and an array of emotions that will take you on a journey within your soul.< Less
Mauricio Saravia, remains an inspiration to everyone he met. Though he lived most of his life with McCune-Albright, a severe medical condition, his spiritual strength manifested itself through his... More > art, poetry and photography. Through this collection of poems, Mauricio takes us on a surrealistic journey into his emotions and inner feelings about life, love, reality, time and death and opens a very personal eye on the purpose of our existence and many unanswered questions.< Less
Serenity in the Dark is a collection of poems, philosophy, and a short story that gives the reader motivation to think past the surface of everday life. Go into the mind of a man that uses struggle... More > as fuel for overcoming the woes of societal pressures.< Less
If you've ever seen Yolanda aka "Yogii" (with 2 i's) hit the stage, you already know this book is something special.
Yogii has been putting her all and all into the creation of cleaver... More > poems that make you have to take notice. Her style is evident in cleaver use of words, and twist on everyday situations, most would take for granted.
"Y" aren't you listening? includes a foreward written by Malachi (spoken word artist of the "Living Words") and various chapters that will take you to different places within yourself. I recommend you listen, because the twist on many of the poems, are not expected. Touting poems like:
-In His Shirt
-A Mother's Last Granted Wish
-and many others
you'll enjoy each twist and turn.
This is a purchase that will (hopefully)change your life, or at least, give you a different outlook on it.
Please feel free to leave your reviews, comments, or questions. New website launching soon at www.yogiiwith2is.com.< Less