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Book: In The Age Of Youth - Two Collections of Poetry by Grant M. Handgis
"In The Age of Youth" is a book of poetry consisting of two collections of poems, written between 1973-75 and 1978-1981 respectively, when the author was a young man and the world was a different place. The poems touch on social issues and prevailing thinking of that time, as poets tend to do. The first collection "Journey From The Child" focuses on a time with small children, life in the woods [...]
 
Book: My little booklet of songs and poems by David Forest
The poems and songs in this short book are a selection from throughout the author's life. The author has tried to promote a whimsical mix of variety rather than adhere to a progression of theme or style. As such each work can be enjoyed as an individual piece. All of the songs and poems have their own distinctive feel - from short pithy works and rhyme to free verse; from soft rock lyrics to [...]
 
Book: Hookham Poetry Library by Sandra J. Hookham
The Hookham Poetry Library (Vol. I) consists of a wide range of cleverly rhymed poems: from epic to epigram; inspirational to down right funny; happy to sad; tender and touching to brazen and witty; and from carefree fantasy to parable. IT'S TODAY SO REMEMBER-- IT'S-- Good when someone leaves their mark, Great we all possess some spark, Of talents beaming bright and new-- TODAY-- When troubles [...]
 
Book: Evoke - Rhyme & Verse by K Hugo
"EVOKE" as the name suggests, is a collection of poems and prose that conjure the reader to peek inward. Varied emotions running through the author's mind as he sits serious evaluating the " journey of life " through the lens of pure love ... for his beloved, for the human spirit (symbolic of a phoenix) that is pure and eternal. It is in a way, a celebration of love - and life. The author invokes [...]
 
Book: Windfalls by Hazel S. Muller
"Windfalls" is a collection of all the poems written by Hazel S. Muller from 1995 to 10/2007. She has gathered all of her poetry together to provide a record of her work up to this time whether good, better, or best. Like all poetry it provides an insight, a glimpse, into the mind and feelings of the author. The first poem offered, Windfalls, which won First Prize in The Marcella Siegel Memorial [...]
 
Book: Musings of a Rainy Day Poet by SK Malone
Have you ever wanted to wander through a poets mind? To feel their soul drenched words drip from the page? Evoking thoughts, emotions and inspiration with eloquent prose. Within these covers, throughout these verses I lead you on a journey, not only with words but photos as well. Writing started for me in the fourth grade and knew I wanted to be a published author one day. I wrote for two local [...]
 
Book: Days of Destruction by Gary Beck
Days of Destruction is a poetry book that explores the anguish and delight in everyday life and the horrors and wonders that man has contrived. From the simplest painful observation of a homeless women's struggle to survive a world grown alien, to a government sponsored of a misguided military invasion of Somalia, the poems take the reader on a journey both familiar and foreign. The poems are [...]
 
Book: Pain Poems Prayer and Passion by May J. Panayi
A collection of poetry that takes a journey from the darkest, bleakest emotional landscape, through to a happy, peaceful place of light. On its travels, it visits mental illness, violence and surreal silliness, as well as scenes of nature and tranquility. It's a bit of a bipolar roller coaster ride, not really to be approached by the faint hearted and unwary.
 
Book: Life's Rhythms by Vickie Johnstone
Old meets new in this collection of 316 haiku, composed in the traditional pattern of three lines with 5-7-5 syllables. Subjects include: nature, life, animals, loss, love, longing, hope, the seasons, dreams and time. Reviews: "I feel the trees swaying, birds and squirrels playing. Reading her poems were like that, inspiring, heart felt and full of wonder. An emotional experience." Patricia Kemp [...]
 
Book: Shoetry by Shola Ezeokoli
Shoetry(rhymes with poetry) is a collection of poems written by me(Shola) over the years. The point of this book is mainly to inspire people through the art form of poetry. It attempts to bring God-themes to life through free verse and rhymes. There are poems on the love of God, diligence, consistency, purpose, romantic love, fruit of the spirit, and many others. Most of the thirty poems in [...]
 
Book: Pong the not-BIG Pig by Louise Bond-Fraser
"Pong the not-BIG Pig" is an illustrated rhyme about a small, but heroic piglet called "Pong". Pong is left to his books and his daydreams by his larger siblings who mistakenly judge him by his size. However, when they find themselves in trouble, it is the clever, imaginative and resourceful Pong who forgivingly comes to their rescue and proves that size really doesn't matter. "Pong the not-BIG [...]
 
Book: Reflections - Love Poems by G.E. Graves
Reflections - Dissonance poetry Living is reaching deeply inside. Taking hold and riding the torrent to its extraordinary end. Life is seldom unsoiled. Beneath its smooth coating lies what we all possess. Poetry is often very primal - capturing a moment of released emotion. Words can have power - even if they are not understood. Reflections display a power within verse that often cannot be [...]
 
Book: Living On Dreams by Grant M. Handgis
Book of Poetry ~ Two CollectionsPoems in open verse of life in Mexico, finding love, and observations on social perspectives from an American living in Mexico. The poetry is an attempt to address complex thoughts and social experiences using simple language. It is the author's intent to connect the reader to the poet's experiences through these poems.
 
Book: 'As Far as I Can Remember' - A Bouquet Garni of Memoirs, 'Off the Wall' Short Stories, Quirky Verse and, For Good Measure, Two Endings! by Terry Ward
Set in a world that has now disappeared and written with great good humour, As Far as I Can Remember, provides a frank and honest account of the real-life adventures, mishaps and close encounters experienced by a boy as he grows into manhood. Complete with some bizarre short stories, extracts from the author's novels and some pertinent verse, there is much to enjoy, and indeed, ponder about in [...]
 
Book: Sand in the Desert - Poems of Raketh Namar as translated by Ardaval Namar and Gavin Frey by Margaret Fieland
"Sand in the Desert" is the collection of poems I wrote in the persona of Rakath Namar, poet , and namesake of the main character in my novel, "Relocated." I wrote thirty-one poems, poems which are meant to be part of a sacred text for my alien society. They contain what we would view as prayers and other sacred writings. Almost all the poems are less than one page in length, and many are rhymed. [...]
 
Book: Crazy by Linda Vigen Phillips
A compelling novel in verse about mental illness Laura is a typical fifteen-year-old growing up in the 1960s, navigating her way through classes, friendships, and even a new romance. But she's carrying around a secret: her mother is suffering from a mental illness. No one in Laura's family will talk about her mother's past hospitalizations or increasingly erratic behavior, and Laura is confused [...]
 
Book: Deeper into the Pond - A Celebration of Femininity by Magdalena Ball and Carolyn Howard-Johnson
Thischapbook is a Military Writers' Society Award Winner. Authors Magdalena Ball and Carolyn Howard-Johnson expect this fifth in their Celebration Series of chapbooks conceived to as inexpensive gifts or super-thoughtful greeting cards to be their most successful of all. Author Nancy Famolari says, "These poems speak to all the stages of a women's lives reminding us how far we've come and how [...]
 
Book: The Video Game Adventures of Monte McGnarly by George Giese
Monte McGnarly is a ten-year-old boy with a kind heart and a sense of adventure. And a magical cowboy hat that pulls him INSIDE his old video games! Lighthearted, lyrical, original tales inspired by video game classics, The Video Game Adventures of Monte McGnarly are good fun for gamers of all ages. To describe them lyrically: To the gamers from way back, And the fans of games old, Come along for [...]
 
Book: An Alien Legacy - The Cygnus and Pictor Connection by David J. Price
The Celestial Watcher knows all, an immortal omnipresent entity, t has been witness to a 40,000 year unfolding story, a star-ship lost, a legacy left by its crew. The Ancestors must return to right an injustice, but more they need to search their moral conscience and return to the Cygnus constellation and the seed colonies they abandoned 1.68 million years ago.
 
Book: poetic reflections - keep the heart of a child by Lori R. Lopez
With thirteen oft-humorous "Poetic Reflections" columns as a framework for chapters and themes, the author presents a collection of original poems and song lyrics from "a lifetime of versage" - a journey through her soul. The volume features giddy lingual romps, the words to a variety of Folk-Rock ballads, poems from other book projects, witty mullings, and much more. A serious thread running [...]
 
Book: Desert Ramblings - Arid Ebbs of Consciousness by Kit Clayton
If you have ever desired to stand at the peak of a mountain, and feel the power of Earth whispering to you, this anthology is for you. If you have ever felt a soft breeze which evoked you being able to see messages being blown by, these poems will have meaning for you. Spaces and places have deeper universal meaning, and by opening our soul and allowing it to look and listen, and then to see and [...]
 
Book: Santa's on his way in time for Christmas Day by Brigitte Pace
My book is about Santa and Christmas. I love rhyming and I enjoy the challenge of turning my rhymes into short stories. It is not easy to write a story in rhyme that makes logical sense but I manage after putting a lot of thought into it. The title I chose is appropriate for Christmas time and is a humorous account of Santa and the true meaning of Christmas. Santa's on his way in time for [...]
 
Book: Midnight to Noon = Noon to Midnight - Concepts of Time Series by Sandra J. Hookham
The concept of time can be hard to fathom when you are only five years old. MIDNIGHT TO NOON = NOON TO MIDNIGHT, is a zesty, fun-to-read, fully illustrated teaching aid, brimming with easily understood information on every colorful page. With 93% of all words at or below first grade level, it is a godsend for home, school, and daycare. Of that 93%, 73% are kindergarten or below, and a [...]
 
Book: Imaginings by G.E. Graves
Here within resides a collection of unique and soul searching poetry that captures the imagination and heart longing love and denial. Each verse is as a time capsule into a moment of contemplation that reaches deep within with compelling feeling. The Author, G.E. Graves has taken a selection of poems from over 30 years and combined them together for this collection.
 
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.
 
Book: Whore Town by Mathew Horton and John EF Horton
Bawdy ballads, lewd limericks and ribald rhyming stories from the perplexing personas of John and Mathew Horton. In amongst the purple poetry lie sensitive stanzas and observant verse creating a truly wonderful collection. From the tropical splendour of Palolem Beach, Goa to the sordid underbelly of a twisted society. Whore Town is humorous and poignant, witty and dark. A fabulous read.
 
Book: White Noise - Poems of the Zombie Apocalypse by Rhonda Parrish
Watch the end of the world unfold in these twenty zombie-tastic poems by Rhonda Parrish. Experience the grime and the gore of the shambling, undead menace right alongside moments of hope and love. "A collection of vivid scenes laid out in sharp and articulate verse, that when assembled, construct a grim narrative filled with tension, stark imagery, and unusual beauty. WHITE NOISE reaches in and [...]
 
Book: Animal Fun. Spit, Spray and Smell! Humorous Rhyming Story with Pictures. by Pippa Wilson
Come on a fun filled adventure to discover how spit and smells from animals can warn people and other animals and insects to back off. Featuring humorous rhyming verse, facts, and pictures on Alpacas, Spitting Cobras, Skunks and more, this kids book on animals can be enjoyed by young readers or the whole family! Inspired by a trip to the Blue Mountains in Australia where there were Alpacas in [...]
 
Book: Shedding My Skin by Thomas Hudson
A blend of Epic, Prose and Rhyme, my poems are a result of a journey, a road I travelled. So many things have influenced these writings, relationships good and bad, world issues, my spirituality and in general the things I see around me. My words are the reflections of my thoughts and the manifestation of my joy or pain. Here I was willing to share "me "with you, I hope you will allow each verse [...]
 
Book: Coded Messages by M. Anthony Sacco
A collection of M. Anthony Sacco's early poems (edited) ranging from concrete, to free verse with a few English Haiku among the short poems styles. The author writes with influences of humor, science fiction, fantasy, occasional rants, and reflections. The reader will find "glimmering ghosts", a small boy with a marble, a beloved canine, and the enigmatic "Rockmen". The words and forms play with [...]
 


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