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Life Through My Eyes By Alexis Miller
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Alexis Miller is the new face of poetry. She loves God and has a true desire to do His will in her life. Her poetry is honest, pure, and full of Gods light that will illuminate every part of your... More > life. She is a young woman who is driven by His purpose for her life and she is on a path to greatness that can’t be stopped by anyone. You will be blessed from her writings in a way you could never even imagine. This is the first of many projects to come from this princess of The Most High God. This book is fitting for all ages and I promise you are in store for a blessing when you read it.< Less
BLOOM: A Journey to Self-Love By Brittany Travesté
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Manifested from the seed of reflection, BLOOM is one woman’s restorative quest toward love—of the internal sort. Through bare as bones poems, narrative essays, and brief meditations, it... More > proves to be healing for you, too, if you've ever looked upon yourself and cringed at the not so beautiful. BLOOM seeks release and acceptance. It is an act of utter vulnerability with the hope of giving you freedom to sprout gracefully into your most magical self, understanding that every experience, lapse in judgment, and fall from grace has led you right back to you. In BLOOM you’ll recall that yours is the love that you’ve been searching for all along. You were planted for this.< Less
The Right to Be Forgotten: Vagabond Poems By Kim Stafford
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This book gathers poems written while traveling in Spain, France, Scotland, England, Wales, and Ireland. The poems witness for the way a traveler may be pilgrim, seeking local encounters of epiphany... More > and blessing. "The right to be forgotten" was a court case where a group of plaintiffs wished to disappear from their internet past, and dwell in their local places now. The poems in this book explore what it can be like to be a resident of a moment in a place of welcome.< Less
Stark County Poems: War and the Depression come to Spoon River By BJ Omanson
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The poems in this collection, drawn from Omanson's rural midwestern heritage and shaped by the regionalist/naturalistic tradition of American poetry, were written over a period of some thirty-five... More > years. They first appeared in such literary journals as Shenandoah, The Hudson Review, The Sewanee Review and the Academy of American Poets anthology series, New Voices. ~~~~~ Born four days after the death of Edgar Lee Masters, BJ Omanson was raised in the Spoon River valley of Stark County, Illinois, where his father, both grandfathers and several great-grandfathers had farmed since the mid-nineteenth century, and where members of his family still farm today.< Less
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Love LETTERS By Kas
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Love LETTERS is the debut body of work from poet Kas. Considering herself an emotional poet, she compiled Love Letters as a collection of original pieces themed on love, included the good, the bad,... More > the ugly, the highs and emotional lows that those four little letters can put you through.< Less
Empty & The Ocean By Baraka Blue
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A dive into the ocean of Sufi poetry with contemporary Sufi poet Baraka Blue. "In the name of Infinite Compassion and Mercy. What you hold in your hands is a collection of poems. These poems... More > are reflections on living and dying and dreaming and awakening. I proceed with the firm conviction—for what reason I cannot easily say—that below the layers of persona we each wear, there is a place deep within where we all meet. It is for this reason that we can feel deeply the expression of another being. Without this transpersonal meeting place, there would be an impassible chasm between each individual. In a forest, each tree appears a unique entity, separate from all others. Yet, below the surface, their roots are intimately interwoven, and more importantly, they are all woven into—and out of—the ground of being itself. We are souls of the same soil."< Less
Prayer for the Dead: Collected Haibun & Tanka Prose By Margaret Dornaus
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"In Prayer for the Dead, Margaret Dornaus highlights the warp and weave of life, stepping carefully among memories with love, humor and compassion. She captures the imprint of interactions with... More > her mother, father, other family members, even strangers, not only in meditative haibun and tanka but also in surprising links and shifts between narratives. With insight gained from joining heart to mind, her reflections on people, places, and time illustrate what it means to be human. A captivating, courageous book, Prayer for the Dead is elegantly life affirming."--Marilyn Shoemaker Hazelton, President, Tanka Society of America< Less
What If I Fly? By Sonia Montalvo
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Flying is the deep and unspoken desire of the human heart, and in her first book of poetry, prose, and short-fiction, Sonia Montalvo ponders the question, “What if I fly?” In the most... More > extreme case, it is a rhetorical question that demonstrates defiance in a world that doubts that certain people are able to defy the odds and fly. This work is nestled in the historical context of the #blacklivesmatter movement and the loud cry of masses of people questioning why the birds are being slaughtered. Sonia’s question moves beyond asking for permission. It imagines a world where those who have had their wings systematically clipped decide to grow new ones. It questions what self-actualization looks like and casts a vision for the flyer about where their wings will take them. What if people who have been psychologically and spiritually crippled on their journey through life, decide not only to take up their mats and walk, but what if they decided to fly?< Less
Good in the End By Deborah McGlauflin
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The poems in Good in the End dare to break the taboo of talking about death. In them, the author shares the fruits of cultivating an awareness of death in her own life, in the hope that it might help... More > others see that doing so need not be morbid and indeed can be very liberating and inspiring. Nature, the news, and the author’s personal experience companioning people who are dying provide a variety of doorways for the reader to enter and experience the unexpected gifts that come from looking at life in the mirror of death – gifts such as appreciation, tenderness, compassion, humor, wisdom, awe and joy. The evocative photographs that accompany each poem help make this book a truly soulful feast. The royalties from the sale of this book benefit Hospice of the Chesapeake.< Less
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Writing With A Broken Pen By Marlon Powe
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He uses his words to paint pictures and draw the audience into his vision. Every poem is a journey with an emotion to be felt and a message to be spread. He is a true master of his craft.
Windows of Reflection: Simple Poems to Make You Look Within and Beyond By Tasneem Kagalwalla
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This is not just poetry. The book really has no beginning, middle or end. Windows of Reflection is in fact a journey, one which walks you through the deepest thoughts of your heart, the farthest... More > reaches of your imagination, across the tenderness of your love and the nakedness of your soul. The author, Tasneem Kagalwalla, does not use complicated words and winding verses, instead speaks intimately, opening up along its way many windows of introspection. In its simplicity, lies its beauty. Along with the written word, this book is also a visual treat. Photographer Maisam Darwish, communicates skillfully with her lens, making her black and white images a marvel to unravel. Come, discover and delight in the depths of your soul.< Less
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Perspectives In Progress By Harry Harding
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Perspectives in Progress is a collection of poetry by Boston-based author, journalist, entrepreneur and father, Harry Harding. Comprised of works spanning over two decades, Harding shares his... More > experiences, wisdom, truths, successes and failures regarding life and love.< Less
The Runway of Stars By Vicki Flier Hudson
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The Runway of Stars is a collection of my poetry from childhood through recent weeks. My lifelong dream has been to share this work with others as a legacy and a means of connection. Topics range... More > from spaceflight to human struggle to language to landscapes. I hope you enjoy your flight on the Runway of Stars.< Less
Mom's Legacy of Love By Joun Cox
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"Mom's Legacy of Love" is a book of Christian poetry, written by a mother to her family.
Ribbons Winter 2017, Volume 13, No. 1 By Tanka Society Of America
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The Winter 2017 issue of Ribbons contains tanka, tanka sequences, tanka prose, tanka translations, and essays. It should be of interest to experienced tanka poets and those new to the form.
Lethal Breakfast By Trina Stolec
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Hungry for some poetry? The "Duchess of Doom" is cooking up a Lethal Breakfast to sate your appetite. For her first book, Trina Stolec has select both previously published and new works... More > from her 36 year poetry career to serve you up some JUICEy gossip (narrative poems), you're TOAST (not humor poems), some hot and spicy SAUSAGE (poems of anger) and more. Gorge your mind with a helping of Lethal Breakfast.< Less
A Sea of Grace Revised By William Baldwin
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This is a different Sea of Grace. In its first form the book was a diary of sorts, a year long collection of poems and photographs. It still is. But pleased with the layout of the recent Sweet... More > Content, I decided to reedit A Sea of Grace. I’m in good company. Walt Whitman did the same with Leaves of Grass. Others have, redone, as well. So I threw out half the photographs and half the poems of Sea of Grace and replaced them with what I thought was better (and usually happier) work. The period now covered is broader than the original and the tone was especially helped by the poems written in the last several months. Trips outside the low country are included. But still the physical and emotional center of the book is my home of McClellanville, S.C. and the surrounding nature preserves. That said, I hope you find here at least a notion of centeredness, a calming, a steadying glimpse of God’s endless Sea of Grace.< Less
Know Better By Patricia Roth Schwartz
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A new chapbook of political poetry by Patricia Roth Schwartz.
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Unapologetically Conscious By Nique La'Shae
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Have you ever heard the saying "Never say the first thing that comes to mind"? Well, I do because the first thing is mostly what others don't want to hear...THE TRUTH. Never ride passenger... More > to your life's story. Never allow someone else to auto correct you. You know what you meant and want to say...so say it. Because in this book...I DID!< Less
Prosems By Donald Harris
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A collection of "prosems" spanning the author's adult life, across six decades and numerous worldly and inner landscapes. Meditations on themes as diverse as family, wildlife, longing and... More > loss mingle with a scientific eye and mystical mindset. Donald P. Harris lives and writes in Greensboro, North Carolina.< Less
Unmasking By Kas
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Unmasking is Kas' second body of published work. It takes a deeper look into the poet's emotions. Her views on self-identity, mental illness, social issues and even molestation - including one of her... More > signature pieces "Coloring".< Less