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Beautiful Chaos By Robert M. Drake
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Chaos is not pretty. It’s like feeling a hundred things. Hearing a hundred voices, and somewhere in the riot we tend to lose ourselves. And as we depart reality we find the truth. This book is... More > the truth, it's everything we've been feeling for so long.< Less
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.
spoKe 2 By Kevin Gallagher
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In this issue we have four special features. First, we present new poets from Uruguay. The home of Mario Benedetti has sprouted a whole new idiom of poetic voice. We also feature the... More > “Minute-Operas” of Frédéric Forte, translated from the French. Alongside these innovations from across the world, we feature new translations of Catullus by Len Krisak. Finally, we end our feature section with the work of Boston’s Ben Mazer. Alongside these features we have poetry from William Corbett, Margo Lockwood, Mark Lamoureux, Doug Holder, Patrick Pritchett and others. We also feature essays and criticism, including Christopher Ricks on T. S. Eliot and Bob Dylan, Dale Smith on Charles Olson, Rachelle Lerner on Kenneth Rexroth’s The Dragon and the Unicorn, Ruth Lepson on Robert Creeley, Kevin Bowen on Taylor Stoehr, and Paul Mariani on Wallace Stevens.< Less
Speak "By Whom They Are Raised" By Adrienne Deal
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Speak "By Whom They Are Raised" is a book designed for Young Adults who have dreams and goals to reach. It is a book compiled of some of my greatest poems that I have decided to share with... More > the rest of the world. It was written to be dedicated to my nephews who are 2 years old. It something for them to look forward to when they grow and begin to full understand why i chose to Speak.< Less
The Snow Horse: A Round Up of Western Poetry By Narrvel Hall
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An eclectic collection of poems with a western attitude, The Snow Horse offers reflections on rural-life and family with humor both reverent and otherwise.
thepoeticunderground By Erin Hanson
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This book is an anthology of my past 2 years of poem writing. It includes some of my well known poems as well as those that are lesser known, all from my website thepoeticunderground.tumblr.com.
Should i Kill Myself or Have a Cup of Coffee? By Emmanuel Cervantes Mejia
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A collection of Poetry and verses by Emmanuel Cervantes Mejia. Written primarily in English, this book also features poetry written in Español. Poetry about life, love, shadows and the... More > personal struggles with the human condition.< Less
Bluebird and Other Tattoos By Luna Miguel
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Bilingual Edition. Translated from the Spanish by Jeremy Spencer. BLUEBIRD AND OTHER TATTOOS is Luna Miguel's English language debut. This full length collection is compromised of a selection of... More > poems from Luna's previous books originally published in Spain.< Less
Home By Clementine von Radics
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Home is the second book of poetry by Clementine von Radics Widely known for her eponymous blog, von Radics explores fearlessly the revelations and pain of youth and love.
I Speak for You By Ebony Clinton
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I Speak for You is a collection of poems that gives voices to the unspoken words of the many young girls and women who are unable or unwilling to speak for themselves, due to their experiences or... More > limitations. These poems travel from early life experiences into adulthood as a way of processing who you are and who you were born to be.< Less
Caged Time By Helen Kanevsky
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Caged Time is a fast-paced poetical narrative, an intricate blend of reality and fantasies, a trek down a path of sober magical realism. Caged Time reflects on fate, survival in a hostile world, the... More > unforgiving compliments of age, death, a warning to future generations! Caged Time is rooted in the real events and fantasy, confessions and imagination but when you start to read you’ll be wont to stop for a while, look back at your life and see how your reflective memory and Helen’s observations intertwine. But be careful. You may find the author’s mood and unusual turns of phrase, rubbing off on you.< Less
The Puppet Man: New & Selected Poems By Don Wallis
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Well, I've tried to blend my post-WWII childhood memories, rooted in rural California, my practical experience during the 1960s Berkeley Riots, my formal Intellectual and Cultural History of the... More > Modern World studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and my experiments as an artist, actor, puppeteer and writer over the last fifty years -- to build these poems in the Oral Tradition to be my sincere and humble contribution to American Poetry and my personal attempt at Social Activism by speaking deeply from my heart and mind on behalf of all children and mental health patients all over the world. Thanks.< Less
Poems of Love and Life By C.R. Waldock
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These poems are written over 92 years of life on this earth by Clarence Waldock. They draw on his everyday experiences. Many of the poems are inspired by and written to the love of his life, his... More > wife of 68 years, Irene. Other poems were based on other events and people in his life. We have seen portions of these poems on and off over many years but it was not until they were brought together and read in entirety that we realized how poignant these poems are. Perhaps you will find a reflection of your own life in them as well. Enjoy.< Less
Crackles of Speech: Poems By Steven Withrow
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Crackles of Speech is the debut collection of poems by Steven Withrow -- a New England poet and an author of books for children, teens, and adults. He is coproducer of the documentary film Library of... More > the Early Mind: A grown-up look at children’s literature and founder of Poetry Advocates for Children & Young Adults. He was a finalist for the Providence Athenaeum’s Philbrick Poetry Award in 2013. He lives with his family in Rhode Island and on Cape Cod.< Less
Science: The stars in me are the stars in you. By Robert M. Drake
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This book employs the comparative method to understand societal collapses to which environmental problems contribute to the common youth and society as a whole. We all are broken and broken is its... More > own kind of beautiful.< Less
Spaceship: A collection of quotes for the misunderstood. By Robert M. Drake
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This book employs the comparative method to understand societal collapses to which environmental problems contribute to the common youth and society as a whole. We all are broken and broken is its... More > own kind of beautiful.< 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
Places in the Mind By Bill Nelson
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Bill Nelson is a California poet who has shaped his reflections on love, faith and fighting in the Vietnam War into a contemporary style that is wholly his own. The undulating rhythms made by... More > repeated lines hold the reader within each moment. He venerates the beauty of his roots and the particular graces of the people he loves. Places in the Mind includes nearly all of his life's poetry and prose from 1964 to the present. In these insightful works, he brings us into the exotic world of his imagination and the deepest places of his heart.< Less
Stuck Toast and Mud Pies: Poems for Kids By June Estep Fiorelli
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Kids love poetry. When June Estep Fiorelli read poems to her students and her daughter, she saw joy in their faces. New words and rhyme captivated them and sparked imagination. They bounced to the... More > music of the rhythm and laughed at the ridiculous. Poems in Stuck Toast and Mud Pies run the gamut. They tickle the funny bone; end in a surprise; tell a story; or slip in a fact or two. From non-readers through middle school, all kids, even grown-up kids, will find something that makes them giggle, stimulates their curiosity, or even inspires. June Estep Fiorelli is a writer, teacher, parent and activist. The author of many professional works, she currently writes for children with articles and poetry published in a number of children’s magazines. Her Young Adult biography, Fannie Lou Hamer: A Voice for Freedom was published by Avisson Press. She holds degrees from Southern Connecticut State University, Yale University, and Bridgeport University.< Less
Rise and Shine By Linda Larson
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Linda Larson’s best poems are imbued with a sense of history, personal and otherwise, that is deeply felt and achingly honest about what matters most: love, loss,family, friendship, identity... More > and, ultimately, our own morality. — Joseph P. Kahn, The Boston Globe< Less
Poetry is not Dead! By Helen Forsmark Kent
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Collection of poems of songs and poetry written by Sammy Forsmark, Helen Forsmark Kent, and other authors.
From Pain to Poetry By Mark Tanner
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This collection of poems was written with pen and tears through pain filled years. Sometime during the year of 1996 I began a journey. It was a journey that took me to places that I never knew... More > existed. I went into places in this life and thought of things and did things that I otherwise would have never thought of doing. I stayed there much longer than I ever wanted to stay. That place was a place that I call “The Altar of No Mercy.” There you will find yourself and the people that surround you with tombstones in their eyes, “roaming through the earth and going back and forth in it” (Job 1:7). Through that journey I have come to understand that everything that is evil is just a mimic of everything that is good. Just as you will find the mercy seat at the altar of God, you will likewise find the seat of no mercy and the altar of our enemy, satan.< Less
Etched Imprints By Debbie Trencher
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Here is a collection of my poetry and some essays. My poems and essays explore anxiety, joy, depression and love. It is a mix of emotions. They ask questions, letting the reader try to find an answer... More > for him/herself. I hope to shed light on the details of experiencing life and perhaps, one of many ways to look at, understand, and investigate it.< Less
PERMIAN BASIN beyond 2014 By Permian Basin Poetry Society
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POETRY LIVES! An anthology featuring written and visual artists for positive change. Peace. Sustainability. Justice. 100tpc and others for Positive Change. GLOBALLY.
Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow 7 By Red Wheelbarrow Poets
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For the seventh time the Red Wheelbarrow Poets have packaged lightning in a bottle. Following the example of William Carlos Williams, the celebrated poet-doctor of Rutherford, NJ, these awesome poets... More > and writers are turning the epic into the local fully realized. They are a closely knit community that has participated in the RWP writing workshop, now in its seventh year, or RWP readings at the Williams Center and GainVille Café, both in Rutherford. And they kick some ass too!< Less