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Private Collection By Anna Cellmer
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Dear reader I hope you will enjoy this special collection. We all have moments in life that we feel we would like to save somehow, here you will find such moments, I hope you may find your self here... More > and that we share common ups and downs on our secret feelings grounds Anna Cellmer< Less
Words to Dream and Wonder in Pictures By Phillip Allen
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Words to dream And Wonder in Pictures contains ninety-nine of Phillip William Allen’s favorite poems, placed upon some very captivating backgrounds. Not only will his words, but also his choice... More > of pictures will touch your heart and soul. Enjoyable as a coffee table conversation piece, or a nightstand read before bedtime. Also available as a sampler.< Less
Through By Rachel Barenblat
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This short chapbook chronicles the experience of going from pregnancy to miscarriage, through grief and into healing.
The Space Between Our Danger And Delight By Dan Vera
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The poetry of Dan Vera is clear, strong, honest and funny. He’s the sharp-eyed observer in the corner who doesn’t say much, but makes every word count. He handles the political and the... More > personal with equal grace, even as the lines blur. Dan Vera is damn good company. You’ll see. Martín Espada This is what we first understood poetry to be, miraculous and humble. In the deepest part of the heart where we truly reside, there is always a wish that poetry will rinse off artifice. This is it. This is the most satisfying book of poems we can read if we want to witness language with a real poet as its servant. Grace Cavalieri Ranging through landscape and history, family legacy and gay life, Dan Vera’s poems are melodic, lucid, and concise examinations of “the limits of earthly loving.” They remind us of what blessings the world possesses and what flesh-hating forces endanger those delights. Jeff Mann< Less
to get it all down in words: so that the mutation can start to begin By alex holden
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Some poems of Alex Holden.
Glass Is Really a Liquid By Bruce Covey
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"Material (as in’ concrete’: glassine -- O liquid!) but abstract, say Miro in dialogue with Picasso. That is they’re pretty painterly, the poems, with images that flow past... More > one changing into words . . . pixels . . . serifs. Domestic, lyric, amorous -- well why not? “Cracked, however, like the liberty bell.” One can actually read them and be there, just reading, seeing (like you’re really there, really really there. You get to stay yourself.) Steinlike (as in glasses), stained. Stunning. His best book yet." --Alice Notley< Less
RIBBONS: Tanka Society of America Journal: Winter 2011 No. 4 By Tanka Society Of America
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The 2011 Winter issue of Ribbons, the Tanka Society of America's poetry journal, is now available. Showcasing some of the finest examples of English tanka, five-line poetry derived from the ancient... More > and still extremely popular Japanese form, Ribbons is the perfect place to learn about, study, and savor these marvelous poems.< Less
OVS Magazine Summer Issue 2013 By Ivy Page
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OVS Magazine is a peer-critiqued poetry and art journal, based out of New Hampshire.
By The Days By Sam Starbuck
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By The Days is a compilation of Sam Starbuck's poetry from 2003 to 2013. Thoughtful and occasionally satirical, Sam's work focuses around themes of renewal, social responsibility, history, and the... More > wonders of daily life.< Less
The Written Work By Patrick Read
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A collection of poems from various periods on my life, from growing up in a poor neighborhood in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Ada, Ohio, to attending Job Corps in Joliet, Illinois, and being a member of... More > the the US Army Signal Corps from 1993-1996. This project is also dedicated to my children Coryn Christine Read, Samantha Catherine Read, and Robert Daniel Read who are all special needs children. I am also a disabled veteran.< Less
In My Lifetime Volume 1 - Poems By Kenneth E. Huff
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A voice that no longer can stay silent. Awaken by the poet that roams freely inside. Emotions confronted by words, tell the story of love, relationships, and the desire to live each day to the... More > fullest. The journey for love is worth all the pain when you really find it. In My Lifetime - Volume 1, straddles the emotional roller coaster of love and lust, right and wrong, and beckons for moments of no pretense. We all have moments where we finally realize the voice inside of us speaks the loudest. Stop. Detour. Listen to the story being told.< Less
Aspirations By Annamarie Vickers-Skidmore
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A compilation of poems covering all elements of life. The anthology spans childhood to adulthood.
The Passing Show By William Clifford
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Over four decades, Chicago poet William Argyle Clifford published over 700 poems in local newspapers. This collection includes all of his published and many of his unpublished poems, as well as his... More > personal comments, notes to his editor, and personal anecdotes. With typical self-effacing humor, he portrays himself as the grasshopper, always playing and enjoying life. He loves a good rhyme, he loves a good joke, he loves making sly observations about himself and the world around him. His words paint a picture of a man who loved words and who was a keen observer of the changes he saw, both in his personal life and the cultural life of the latter half of the 20th Century. Presented in chronological order, his poems provide insight into the poetic process and give a glimpse into who this poet was. He may have seen himself as a grasshopper, but his clever turns of phrase, astute observations, and complete dedication to his poetry attest to his work, which we are lucky to enjoy.< Less
Dear Ron By Ben Cartwright
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A brief collection of epistolary prose poems, addressed to an imaginary friend named Ron.
Quebec Passages By Pearl Pirie
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These train poems by Pearl Pirie, the 2011 winner of the Robert Kroetch Award for Innovative Poetry, travel the rails through Quebec and Ontario with insight. There's a pleasing variety in length,... More > tone, and style from the touching to the political with characteristic Pearl Pirie humour and sense of play. The interspersing of the fun visual poems rounds off this excellent collection.< Less
Revolutions By Joschua Beres
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In Revolutions, Beres offers an invitation to explore a Millennial's experience of the early years of the 21st century. Beres weaves revolutions of the literal and the figurative, the internal and... More > the external into this, his first modest collection of poetry.< Less
The Ghosts in My Heart By Michael J. Cosenza
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The Ghosts in My Heart consists of one hundred and eighty eighty poems that were written by Michael J. Cosenza. The poems reflect many emotions including love, hate, life, death hope and despair, and... More > were written over the course of several years during the ups and downs of the author's life.< Less
God's Gift To Me By Anthony D. LaFond
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God's Gift to Me is a collection of Anthony D. LaFond's poetry. He has been writing since he was a young teenager and is now sharing his work with the world.
Out of the Ether By Quinten Collier
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This collection is a nice toxic table of contents transfigured into aria clippings, synthetic rumors, holographic mini-marts of preternatural nostalgia, loss, prize-winning vignettes, scrapped wings,... More > sand, motel rooms, pratfalls, little tribes of dancing handicap signs compressed into manias remote from everyday life, barely visible: basically all you love and thirst after. This book has the answer to every question you've never thought to ask, all distorted into mistaken identities of verse and discredited anecdotes: your chance to finally find happiness and truth or one without the other.< Less
Cremating Time: Visions of a 3rd Eye By Skyler DeCristoforo
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Raw poetry and writings derived directly from the eye of the mind. This collection invites you to take a glimpse beyond the typical limitations of reality. Dream wildly of the limitless horizons as... More > you join me in Cremating Time.< Less
21: Thus Far (Samurai Edition) By Nicholas Kelly
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Collected writings and poems of a twenty one year old who has been to more than ten different countries, lost his beloved grandmother to a fourteen month battle against cancer, ruined his first... More > chance at marriage, spent the day in jail because of a chair, lost his biological mother, battling against his inner "demons" and did it all before he was able to drink a beer...< Less
the extraordinary story of hedgehog the hugger By Konstantina Louka
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The illustrated extraordinary story of a hedgehog addicted to hugs.
Singing On the Sidewalk By Carol P. Wight
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The second collection of poems and images by this author includes 14 poems written in sonnet form, illustrated with 14 original black & white photographs. Her poetic and photographic reflections... More > encourage readers to remember that there is always an in-between bridge necessary for crossing over from where you have been to where you long to be. And though sometimes those cross-ways may feel like ordinary, monotonous sidewalks, there is always a song to sing to keep the journey interesting.< Less