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108 Breaths By Mark Wollacott
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"A haiku is but one breath. It is the kodak moment of modern poetry and it proves all Picasso needed to write a picture was 17 syllables." In 2004, Mark Wollacott moved to Japan and... More > discovered this perfect poetic form. One day, seven years later, he was digging around the old boxes under his bed, the ones he'd brought back from Japan with him, when he re-discovered a dusty notebook crammed full of haiku. A few hours later he'd found hundreds more. 108 Breaths represents the best haiku of his time in Japan. They chronicle the ups and the downs, the oddities and the small moments that make life worthwhile. His first month alone saw six typhoons and three earthquakes. Every night when he went to bed, he received a dozen mosquito bites and he formed a long alliance against the tatami ants with a gecko named Hiro.< Less
A Drinking Horn of Accumulated Expiries By Felix Purat
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Felix Purat is a malfunctioning Berkeley byproduct. A Graduate from the now-defunct Cultural Translation MA program at the American University of Paris, he now lives in Bohemia where the rivers flow... More > with pilsner beer and pessimism. An aspiring full-time writer, A Drinking Horn of Accumulated Expiries is his debut collection. Elsewhere, Felix has had poems published in the Paris/Atlantic, Poetry Salzburg Review, Pulsar, Ink Sweat & Tears, Vox Poetica, Allegro Poetry Magazine, Two Thirds North and Orbis Int'l. Felix has just completed a novella, titled Calm Before an Earthquake, as well as a second collection of poetry titled Mews for the Tarpans of the World. To read more go here: beyondnorcal.wordpress.com< Less
Tribulations of a Geto Kid By Ojore Dhoruba Khafra Ajamu
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Ojore Dhoruba Khafra Ajamu is a prisoner on Death Row in California, USA. This collection of poems describes his background and early life in the projects of Newark and L.A. and his personal journey... More > during 21 years of incarceration. These are poems about growing up on the streets: loyal and not so loyal relationships, anger with the failings of the police and legal systems and the ongoing legacy of slavery. But Ajamu also wants to share the joy of being alive. He celebrates his family: the warmth and love of his mother, aunt Sista, grandfather and his pride in his daughter. He looks beyond his own life to his deep connection with his ancestors and reaches out to connect with others be it the Tuareg people of North Africa or earthquake survivors in Haiti. Challenging and moving, these poems ask us not only to review the conviction of an individual and the preconceptions we have about equality in our society, but also to find a profound reverence for life itself.< Less
When it Snowed in Pasadena By R. A. Christmas
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Pasadena, California—great weather, old money. Every January 1st, city of the Rose Parade and the Rose Bowl football game. An obnoxious, ambitious blue-collar from Boston arrives in... More > Pasadena in the 1920’s with his young family and starts a trucking business; but by the 70’s it’s mostly gone. The point-of-view in these poems is that of his grandson, reflecting on his hometown, his tragicomic family, and his mixed-up life. The usual happens--the death of a pet, Boy Scouting, first car, first love, eccentric relatives, high-school victories and defeats. Pasadena endures, with its remarkable climate, punctuated by earthquakes, Santa Ana winds, smog, and, on wonderfully rare occasions, snow. Maybe we don’t have a choice as to who we’re born to, or where we grow up. But maybe we do.< Less
When it Snowed in Pasadena By R. A. Christmas
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Pasadena, California—great weather, old money. Every January 1st, city of the Rose Parade and the Rose Bowl football game. An obnoxious, ambitious blue-collar from Boston arrives in... More > Pasadena in the 1920’s with his young family and starts a trucking business; but by the 70’s it’s mostly gone. The point-of-view in these poems is that of his grandson, reflecting on his hometown, his tragicomic family, and his mixed-up life. The usual happens--the death of a pet, Boy Scouting, first car, first love, eccentric relatives, high-school victories and defeats. Pasadena endures, with its remarkable climate, punctuated by earthquakes, Santa Ana winds, smog, and, on wonderfully rare occasions, snow. Maybe we don’t have a choice as to who we’re born to, or where we grow up. But maybe we do.< Less
Ghost Hunters Anthology 2 By S. H. Marpel
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The Continuing Saga of the Ghost Hunters A mystery-detective writer is recruited by two enticing young spirit guides, who are capable of transporting him through space and time to solve the problems... More > of ghosts stuck in this dimension. A follow-up anthology with their continuing adventures, as they further explore the unseen enemies they face who want to keep the ghosts haunting here. As well, the relationships between a young man and two very female guides develop as they continue working side-by-side. All learning from their various adventures and mysteries. This anthology contains: - The Haunted Ghost - Faith - Harpy - The Ghost Who Loved Excerpt from The Haunted Ghost: Jude and Sal phased in like before. They phased me outside, on a rock outcropping outside a second floor window opening. Narrow, but still wide enough if there wasn’t a harsh wind or earthquake. The apparition started as before... Get Your Copy Now.< Less
The Book of Knowledge By Erra Pater
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The Book of Knowledge encompasses the secrets of divination by the motion of heavenly bodies; the essential wisdom of palmistry and physiognomy; the maintenance of health by proper balance of the... More > four bodily humors; the true causes of such phenomena as earthquakes and lightning; folk remedies for man and beast; and the rudiments of agriculture and animal husbandry. Herein one can learn which months are most suitable for blood letting, how white wine can clear the winds in the head that cause deafness, and other practical wisdom. Attributed to the mythical Jewish astrologer Erra Pater, The Book of Knowledge has been printed in various forms for over four hundred years. Conceiving of the universe through the lens of superstition and sympathetic magic, it transports the modern reader to a pre-scientific era when the deep workings of the nature were as yet unseen and mysterious.< Less
Key to the Science of Theology: An Introduction to the First Principles of Spiritual Philosophy; Religion; Law and Government By Parley P. Pratt
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The present is an age of progress, of change, of rapid advance, and of wonderful revolutions. The very foundations of society—social, political, commercial, moral and religious, seem to be... More > shaken as with a mighty earthquake, from centre to circumference... While every science, every art is being developed; while the mind is awakened to new thought; while the windows of heaven are opened, as it were, and the profound depths of human intellect are stirred—moved from the foundation on all other subjects, religious knowledge seems at a stand still. One thing is certain—according to ancient prophecy, and agreeable to the general expectation of this and other ages, the day approaches which will flood the earth with the pure principles of religious knowledge; a day when none will have to teach his neighbour, saying, Know ye the Lord; for all persons shall know Him, from the least to the greatest.< Less
The Book of Knowledge By Erra Pater
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The Book of Knowledge encompasses the secrets of divination by the motion of heavenly bodies; the essential wisdom of palmistry and physiognomy; the maintenance of health by proper balance of the... More > four bodily humors; the true causes of such phenomena as earthquakes and lightning; folk remedies for man and beast; and the rudiments of agriculture and animal husbandry. Herein one can learn which months are most suitable for blood letting, how white wine can clear the winds in the head that cause deafness, and other practical wisdom. Attributed to the mythical Jewish astrologer Erra Pater, The Book of Knowledge has been printed in various forms for over four hundred years. Conceiving of the universe through the lens of superstition and sympathetic magic, it transports the modern reader to a pre-scientific era when the deep workings of the nature were as yet unseen and mysterious.< Less
Gog & Magog By Klaudio Zic
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+++ The first 3 victims mark the entrance of Venus into Hydra. As Venus enters Hydra, prophecies scroll and interlace as Gog, Magog, Putin, earthquakes, church massacre and the Antichrist reveal the... More > regressive pattern of the apocalypse. Eze 38:5 Persia, Ethiopia, and Libya with them; all of them with shield and helmet: Both Moon and Venus settle in Masonic Sextans (the ascendant of Vatican City) before Venus enters Hydra. As Venus crosses from Sextans into the constellation of Tiamut, a massacre happens in a church in Missouri, announcing the visit of the Antichrist. Riding on the "7 Hills of Hydra", scientific astrology tells you which constellation rose at east in your nativity. 2000 years of 'European astrology' can not possibly tell you that.< Less

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