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Book: Rousing Cadence by Shamsud Ahmed, Abhishek Dudeja, Alka Narula, Amit Agarwal, Jess C Scott, Saru Singhal, Sohail Akhtar, Seema Sharma
This book is a concerted effort by seven authors across the globe. This is for the first time published authors and renowned bloggers are coming together and sharing their creativity through this book. It brings forth different thinking and perspectives and unique styles of these authors and is expected to appeal to the wider audience. The book is a testimony to the power of today s Technology [...]
 
Book: If you painted your life - A poem to help you find your way again (Spearmint Tips Booklets Book 11) by Beverley Williams
This beautiful poem, 'If you painted your life' is a really thoughtful e-gift to send to someone special in your life who may need a boost if they are feeling down. The inspirational words seem to have an ability to help people who are going through a hard time to see that their life doesn't have to stay grey; there is hope and they will see the colours come back into their life; it's time to [...]
 
Book: Life Over A Cup Of Tea by Ray Stone
A collection of humorous, sad, thoughtful and thought provoking poetry, lyrics and anecdotes. This collection is a look at life through the eyes - and warped mind - of an englishman living in the USA. This is a must that can bring light releif to that time of day when one sips the elixir of life - a cup of tea.
 
Book: The Embryo of my Manhood - Second Edition by Godspeed2
The first poem in Godspeed2's collection reads, "You are invited to join me as I log into my thoughts, / Scroll through the documents, and watch the recordings." This is merely the first offering in a deep and thoughtfully written and curated collection of poems. Godspeed2 writes about the creative process and the many emotions felt from past experiences. This personal compilation gives readers a [...]
 
Book: The Stealer of Memories by Mois Benarroch
It has happened to all of us, we're talking with our brother of a childhood memory and suddenly he says, but you didn't do that, I did. And that seems normal. But, what do we remember when we remember? Scientific studies show that in less than twenty-four hours we have already changed the memory of what has happened to us. Perhaps our memories are not always completely ours, only partially ours, [...]
 
Book: The Light of Virtue by P M Thomas
A collection of poems and thoughts expressed into words. Poems full of light, virtue and beauty, and words so beautiful, powerful and strong. Both combined to fill the heart with love, the mind with peace and the soul with strength. One thing this world greatly needs is love, positivity and strong morals. The Light of Virtue is the key to opening the doors to a voyage within your own self to [...]
 
Book: Kissing Boys, Just For The Thrill by Jennifer Juan
Kissing Boys, Just For The Thrill is the fourth major poetry collection, from Jennifer Juan. An exploration of female trouble. From romance to heartbreak, poverty to unrelenting joy, war, lust, racism, transmisogyny, and everywhere in between. We've all got problems, and Jennifer has a lot to say about many of them. Breaking down the expectations and stereotypes of what a woman's life can and [...]
 
Book: Believe, Achieve and Forgive! No Fear; No Trust; No Requests by Serge Lapytski
The name of the book is "Believe, Achieve and Forgive!" This poetry book includes poems about love, friendship, politics, and life situations. I write poetry and lyrics and I want them to be inspirational, encouraging and motivational. I want them to stand out. The idea is to help people; give them motivation and drive. The philosophical approach I use and the style, in which the poems are [...]
 
Book: Keys to Tetouan by Mois Benarroch
WINNER OF THE YEHUDA AMICHAI PRIZE . "KAFKA'S HEIR, PERHAPS." . "If I had a nomination vote for the nobel prize he'd be in the running." Klaus Gerken, Ygdrasil editor . . Keys to Tetouan is the novel of the Benzimra family and its infinite branches expanded all over the world. They are born in the city of Tetouan, Morocco and emigrate to Madrid, New York, Paris, the Amazons, Jerusalem, Greece, [...]
 
Book: Shadows Of Life - A collection of poetry by Dr Nazreen
The Shadows of Life are emotions; the thoughts, desires, and aspirations trailing in our wake. Shadow-like in manner but shrouded by our physical form, we often seek to reveal them only in the darkness sometimes of the day but other times, of our lives. Segregated into three sections, this book is a compilation of poems and prose, dealing with quotidian feelings such as love, longing, [...]
 
Book: Lucena by Mois Benarroch
In one of his major works, Lucena, Benarroch goes from time travel to social comment, which brings to mind the hilarious novels of Kurt Vonnegut Jr. An old odd ancient man is reaching the age of 1,000 years and has to pass his legacy to his great great great grandson, and prepares him for a journey that will last a thousand years. His first days begin in the Jewish city of Lucena at the beginning [...]
 
Book: At last the Bird sings by Joseph Nnabugwu
At last the Bird sings is a collection of poems of love, lost, beauty, growth and soul-searching. It's a journey into the wild of contrasts, friendships, stupidity and migration. It paints pictures of blessing, happiness, joy and peace as perspective concepts and considers forgiveness, life, work, rights and justice as fundamental to humanity's success. It's a product of the author's [...]
 
Book: The Expelled by Mois Benarroch
An unexpected encounter at the central bus station with a woman identical to the Expelled's wife but thirty years younger, who happens to be the same person. An adulterous relationship that is not quite what it seems. A bus hijacked by terrorists, where two castes are formed, one superior, the front people, and another inferior and oppressed, the back people that support and justify the [...]
 
Book: A Christmas Carol - A Poem by Bez Berry
This is a detailed poetic version of Charles Dicken's classic that was first published by Chapman & Hall on the 19th of December 1843. The intention is to explore the lyrical language of Dickens without missing any events, characters or descriptions. The poem sticks very closely to the narrative and is a new and fascinating opportunity to enjoy the story in verse form. By using much of the [...]
 
Book: The Poem-Skull (The Invocations Book 1) by J.M. Hushour
Serial layabout Shiv Tickle wakes up one morning to find a skull in her kitchen. But it isn't just any old skull. Nope! It's the Poem-Skull, a skull that speaks in poems and who very well be the harbinger of the most ridiculous apocalypse ever. Together, this barely functional duo will confront marriage to an asexual software designer on the verge of revolutionizing religion via software, [...]
 
Book: Twenty Little Froggies - Memorizing Poem by Walter Parks
Twenty Little Froggies is an old poem that my grandfather learned when he was a small child and then taught to my father in 1887 when he was five. My father taught it to me in 1940 when I was five. I taught it to my children and suggest that you teach it to your children. It is a simple poem for a child to learn and it will stick with him/her all of their lives. I suggest that you video your [...]
 
Book: It's Time To Say Goodnight by Alan Dufner
This is a special bedtime book for children. It is a wonderful poem style book about a young one going to bed and being thankful for all of the things he encounters everyday. I love this book because it is a short read for busy parents, and the words will keep your child's attention. I have two young boys and they love their bedtime stories. They look forward to it. So I decided to come up with [...]
 
Book: Brown Scarf Blues by Mois Benarroch
WINNER OF THE YEHUDA AMICHAI PRIZE "KAFKA'S HEIR, PERHAPS." Reeling from the deaths of two loved ones, an Israeli writer travels to Spain--his ancestors' homeland--for a conference of Sephardic Jews. In Seville, he finds a scarf that comforts him for thirteen days. Then, just as suddenly, it vanishes in Madrid. For the writer, the scarf becomes a symbol of loss: of goodbyes to things and people. [...]
 
Book: Ricochet by Mallory Rowe
If an experience can generate a poem that somehow captures its essence, then a poem -- itself an experience -- can beget a new poem that shares its being. As lovers find in each other their lost halves, these pairs of poems have made each other whole. Peter's responses to Mallory's original haiku help to bookend ideas that we both hold deeply and shared long before we met.
 
Book: Propeoms by Saphala John
Has your kid stained the carpets or cried for pink Barbie dolls ? Did they ever make huge messes ? Read the poem "Where I am from " to travel through the innocence of a growing baby. Are farewells painful? May be, but it is also a time to welcome the new that is waiting for you. Enjoy the brilliant poetic narration of joy and happiness that farewell brings in the poem "Hello, Good-Bye". Who is [...]
 
Book: The Heath Cousins and the Moonstone Cave by Eileen Hobbs
Addie B. and her cousins Jack, Beanie, and Bodie are mourning the loss of their grandmother Winnie. While visiting their grandfathers beach house in Maine, Addie receives a mysterious treasure box once owned by her grandmother. In it is a moonstone ring and a mysterious poem from her grandmother. The poem leads Addie and her cousins to nearby Moonstone Cave where, together, they enter a secret [...]
 
Book: I Am a Mute Iraqi with a Voice by Weam Namou
"Sometimes, a book of poems transcends the form and becomes pure experience. I Am a Mute Iraqi with a Voice is a startling call to memory and mourning for an Iraq that is "dead," an ululation for all that is lost in war after war after war. In these poems, Iraqis are divided not by politics but by location and circumstance; those fortunate enough to live in America are wracked with guilt, and [...]
 
Book: When the Tiers of Life Play - Poetry Book by Yehloe The Poet
When the Tiers of Life Play is inspired by the many vices in life. Reminiscing on good and bad time, having faith, and expressing love are events in life that happen every day. My experiences allocate me to relate to some of the challenges life offers. I want people to view these poems as a way to express life's challenges differently. Each poem tells a different part of life experiences, such [...]
 
Book: ATLANTIS SOLON AND PLATO FOR FROST - 2017 NEW EDITION by Daniel Peter Buckley
Explore the ancient origins of the Atlantis legend recorded by the sacred priests of the deity Neith in Sais Egypt, and retained in the ancient library archives. Solon during his travels in search of the blueprint for the ideal state visited Sais and studied under the sacred priests of Neith who informed him of the ancient history of the island empire of Atlantis. Solon was told of ancient Athens [...]
 
Book: Reach Out and Touch by Suzanne Uzzell
Author Suzanne E. Uzzell shares with her readers inspirational thoughts that will cause every reader to help silence the sound of poverty by being generous and resourceful to assist the less fortunate and the hurting in our society. After reading Reach Out and Touch you will learn how to reach out to your neighbors, love ones and friends lend a helping hand and be eager to give. Suzanne Uzzell [...]
 
Book: Fifth World Temporal by Mark Brandon Allen
An epic poem that follows the action of the crew of the Australian freighter, Hannibal Prescott, in the apparent rescue of an ancient Channeler from a starship called the Timevertron. In a flowing narrative the Channeler tells how the ship came to be launched by NASA in 1976 to prevent the Sun's nova,. Interrupted time and time again by the questioning crew of the Prescott, he describes the [...]
 
Book: Poetic Xscape by Paul Crocker
Poetic Xscape is about a different mixture of emotions, thoughts and points of view. Most of the poems are fiction with a couple of exceptions. Most of the poems are about love. Love isn't always happy or romantic. It can be sacrificial or heart breaking. The poems featured in this book show this very strongly. I didn't want to have all my poems all the same, moral wise. I wanted people to relate [...]
 
Book: True Simple Poems of Life, Faith and Survival by Karen Rice
This book chronicles an individual's true life experiences during her journey of many trials and tribulations. With the words and phrases of each poem of statements, she wishes to make a positive impact on someone who's ill or otherwise, where they can proceed life in a whole new way. Born in Houston, Texas, I was the seventh child growing up in a large family. Even with so many around, I always [...]
 
Book: Breaking Through by Bob Mitchley
Breaking Through was my first book. It was a self publishing adventure for me, which helped me learn about the publishing industry through a vanity press. It is a compilation of inspirational poetry, also featuring family pictures along with my prized poem, "My Lane," written about my mom, who I never knew. Some of the poetry is fictional, some non. I have a varied assortment, a little something [...]
 
Book: A-Z Poetry - Fruits and Veggies by Kaelah Mickelle
A-Z Poetry: Fruits and Veggies is a collection of 26 highly creative and entertaining acrostic poems. With visually captivating illustrations and rhyming verse, learning the alphabet is now more fun! As an added bonus, each poem provides a clever mnemonic device that aids in teaching children how to spell their fruits and veggies.
 


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