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Ring of Fire - Selected Poems 1972–2008 by Alessandra Gelmi
Alessandra Gelmi attended boarding school in Rome and received her BA in English from Barnard College, Columbia University. She was awarded a teaching fellowship from Boston University, where she received her master's degree and taught creative writing under the aegis of three Nobel Laureates. Her literary awards include the Irene Leache Memorial Prize and the Amy Loveman Competition (open to Columbia University). A former [...]
 
Water is Many - 50 Poems by Amy Michelle Mosier
A collection of 50 poems - cinquains, triolets and ghazals, but mostly free verse. Two poems, "The Ballad of Red Feather" and "The Bells of San Xavier" are ghost stories. WHAT a curtain Bisbee has That keeps Mexico subdued And influences the lands From which the Sierra was hewn. What purple folds keep Oaxaca As a fortress in the sky Breaking only in Panama To let a vessel dredge by. No courier have I on hand Except the [...]
 
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 much we have to be grateful for. [...]
 
Anatomy of a Poet by CJ Heck
Poetry can be daunting and hard to understand, but it doesn't have to be. I feel a poet has an obligation to write in a way that everyone can understand. Poems should flow softly through a poet's words, their meanings gently caressing the heart and mind of its reader. If a poem comes from the heart, it will reach other hearts, and this is what I've tried to do with the poetry in "Anatomy of a Poet". ~CJ Heck "Like a rose with [...]
 
Imperfect Echoes - Writing Truth and Justice with Capital Letters, lie and oppression with Small by Carolyn Howard-Johnson
Accepted for inclusion in Poets & Writers prestigious list of published poets, multi award-winning novelist and poet Carolyn Howard-Johnson is widely published in journals and anthologies. She is the recipient of the California Legislature's Woman of the Year in Arts and Entertainment Award, and her community's Character and Ethics award for her work promoting tolerance with her writing. She was named to Pasadena Weekly's [...]
 
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 and coming to better understand [...]
 
Cherished Pulse - Unconventional Love Poetry (Celebration Series of Poetry Chapbooks) by Carolyn Howard-Johnson
Cherished Pulse is a booklet of twenty poems that look at love from a mature, sensitive perspective. Never sentimental or sing-songey (forget Hallmark!), the poems explore love in its many guises--longing, sensuality, and that sacred place between desire and consumation. A gift for anyone you love. Valentine' s Day or any other. From the multi award-winning Celebration series of chapbooks by Carolyn Howard-Johnson and Aussie [...]
 
She Wore Emerald Then - Reflections On Motherhood by Carolyn Howard-Johnson, Magdalena Ball & May Lattanzio (Photographer)
"[Both] poets continue to write poems that don't sound either like banal Hallmark cards or the bitter-at-dysfunctional-family jeremiads that habitually torture MFA writing workshop participants." ~Kristin Johnson, screenwriter and founder of the Warrior Poets Project - She Wore Emerald Then is collaboration on the subject of motherhood by award-winning poets Magdalena Ball and Carolyn Howard-Johnson, both of them mothers and [...]
 
Eating God by Roy Anthony Shabla
This is a book of spiritual and ecstatic poetry in the tradition of Rumi. It will change your ideas about spirituality and life. Be prepared to be changed! This is an excellent book for the spiritual-seeker, the soul-searcher, the person experiencing the dark night of the soul. It has been a favorite teaching tool in classes of meditation, yoga, and tai chi. eating God is a cycle of poems documenting the spiritual evolution [...]
 
Imagining the Future - Ruminations on Fathers and Other Masculine Apparitions by Magdalena Ball & Carolyn Howard-Johnson
As part of the special celebration giftbook series, Carolyn Howard-Johnson and Magdalena Ball have produced a poetry chapbook focusing on fathers, husbands, and men in general. Imagining the Future: Ruminations on Fathers and Other Masculine Apparitions makes a wonderful gift for Father's Day or anytime you want to say something unique to a special male in your life as only poetry can. The authors coauthor the Celebration [...]
 
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Benarroch was born in 1959 in Tetuan/Morocco, between Tangier and Gibraltar. He grew up in a mixture of cultures and languages, Spanish being his mother tongue, attending a French school, hearing the Arabic of the streets and praying in Hebrew. In 1972 He emigrated to Israel and lives since then in Jerusalem. He has published 5 books of poetry and prose in Hebrew and one in Spanish. His poetry has been published in hundred of [...]
 
Poemtry - A Collection Of Possible Poetry by Jael S. Whitney
(pronounced po-em-tree) This book is a collection of satirical, whimsical poems from the young ingenuity of 16-year-old Jael Whitney. The poems in this book were written starting when the author was just 10, but the rhythm and language of the poetry have been said to be "on par with Prelutsky and Silverstein." The pen-and-ink illustrations in the book were drawn by the author. With a quick tongue and snarky wit, the author [...]
 
Sublime Planet (The Celebration Series of Poetry) by Magdalena Ball, Carolyn Howard-Johnson & Ann Howley (Photographer)
"Sublime Planet begins with Carolyn Howard Johnson's love poems to the living world, rapturous poems, expansive in spirit yet precise in detail: 'An impossible moth,/dark eye at its center, opaque//helicopter blades buzz and blur... .' In Magdalena Ball's darker meditations, hurt and thirst have entered the world facilitated, in part, by the machinations of civilization. While Howard-Johnson's poems praise, Ball's seem to [...]
 
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 glare through the dark, And we [...]
 
The Suns Snow And The Sands Move - A thing of magic, a gift of poetry and prose by C. JoyBell C.
Consider the suns beyond your own world, and the sands that continually move beneath your feet, underlining the fabric of your life! Aspire for the blessings that fall with the snow of the suns; there are more than a legion of them! Published along with the rise of the blue moon on August 31, 2012, this new book of poetry and prose is richly infused with unpretentious symbolism, alluring one into the feather-soft nests of [...]
 
All Things Dance Like Dragonflies - Transmundane poetry designed for every ordinary day by C. JoyBell C.
Transmundane poetry designed for every ordinary day! Introducing a whole new style of C. JoyBell C. poetics and the very first book illustrated by the Author herself, All Things Dance Like Dragonflies will pull the realm from beyond, into the realm that you exist in! Remember the last time you caught a dragonfly? It was a magical world you could take part of, you could capture the thing from a different dimension and put it [...]
 
Pretty Words - from a tale-spinner's heart by Harlow Clark
A deep and thoughtful collection of poems and two essays written over the course of three years about life, love, and the random and sometimes poetic thoughts that float through my brain. I'm a storyteller at heart, and I don't consider what I've written any more than flinging together pretty words in hopes that I'd hit a few heart strings and touch someone's life for the better. These poems are supposed to read like music on [...]
 
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.
 
Shoetry by Shola Ezeokoli
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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, lamentation, and moreover, the spaces [...]
 
Into the Hearth - Poems of Transcendence - Vol.14 (The Traduka Wisdom Series) by Wendy E. Slater
The brilliant and thought-provoking poetic wisdom of Wendy E. Slater will take you on a journey of the soul to inspire, mend, comfort and ignite your own self-discovery, self-realization and inner healing. "... it looks straight at me, staring into my heart; then with a quick kiss and wink, it leads me in a direction I was not prepared for." - Amazon Review - This simmering, modern mystical poetry opens doors and invites you [...]
 
Flyover Seasons by Gene Stark
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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.
 
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.
 
Windfalls by Hazel S. Muller
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