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Poem: a literary composition in verse, especially one expressing deep feeling or noble thought in an imaginative way.
Spiritual: of the human spirit or soul, not physical or worldly.
Spiritualism: the belief that spirits of the dead can and do communicate with the living.
Carnal: Of the body or flesh, not spiritual, e.g. Carnal desires.
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A collection of poems by Mary Charman-Smith. Mary lives by the sea and likes writing poems set in coastal locations although there are some about inland areas, some with Gothic images, a few about relationships and even some taken from ideas gained on a trip to visit her family in Australia. In short there is variety in this pamphlet. Also included are two micro fiction pieces and the collection has been revised to include the short story Topiary,which Mary hopes will entertain you.
'Can You Find A Four Leaf Clover' explores the touching true relationship between a young autistic child and his grandfather. Starting with a simple calming game of searching for clovers, eventually leads to helping this young man cope with a tragic loss.
This is no ordinary collection of poems. These are NOT clever "feelings pictures" based on my emotions of the moment. This work attempts sharply crafted insights into our cultural chaos. The essay at the end of the book, gives the reader a serious advantage in understanding our world today.
We all wear various masks for different situations. It's how we adapt and react to life. Wear a mask for too long, however, and it becomes difficult to remove. Especially if that mask has been forced upon you...
Sykophunk Productions presents Mask: Shadow by Joseph VanBuren. Through twisted poetry and dark ambient soundscapes, the tale of a tortured soul unfolds. In the aftermath of strange psychiatric and biogenetic experiments, our narrator questions reality, laments the loss of truth, and perhaps even reveals apocalyptic ...
A melancholic collection of poems that speaks about sadness and pain, and the poet's determination to rise above them and transform them to positive emotions.
A powerful yet tender reading; the poems within offer succor for pain brought from the range of human emotions.
Réticent is the 4th poetry collection from Kayleigh Michelle. This collection is pieced together with scratchings scrawled faded receipts and hastily typed notes of things one might be reluctant to share with the world.
Aim High Shoot for the Sky, Become a beacon of light... I began writing poetry at the age of 7 by flashlight late at night on any piece of paper I could find... My Momma recognized my talents and taught me to embrace my empathetic, sensitive side... She taught me that being sensitive was my biggest strength, not weakness... She would give me a new journal every time she saw I was using scraps again... She'd give them to me and I still remember the feel of the covers, the smell that would waft through my nose and into my spirit... She ...
Welcome to the Haiku Zoo!
Meet Lion, the first animal we'll visit on our trip to the Haiku Zoo.
Featuring fantastic illustrations from Dunstan Carter and stunning Haiku from Mark Watson, here comes a brand new twist on the short, Japanese poetry form, the Haiku.
A delightful new animal books series by Mark Watson, author of the multi-award-winning, bestselling children's picture books "Milo & Ze", "The Shark in the Park", "The Travelling Circus" and "The Hairy Fairy".
What is a Haiku?
A Haiku is a very short poem with ...
Take a break from the stress and hectic pace of everyday life to enjoy the captivating verse in: Haiku Reflections II. The Four Seasons
A new collection of 120 haiku poems in the Haiku Reflections series, that continues to explore and celebrate the wonder and unique beauty of each of the four seasons.
Each poem captures the essence of a seasonal experience or observation, written in the haiku poetry form of 3 lines and 17 syllables.
Here's what readers are saying about the Haiku Reflections series:
"Ms. Hartman captures the ...
A book of testimony from my life including the poetry, songs, and exhortations I have written since high school days up until now. After being diagnosed bipolar and schizoaffective in 1999 and beginning a daily medication regimen to keep emotional balance in my life, I attempted suicide on two occasions early on and afterwards began to learn the value of pressing forward and living in the purpose the Heavenly Father had given me in my life's journey. After many years of overcoming various trials and frustrations to live a life full ...
Barry Graham's terse, resonant poems of urban Zen have been internationally published in anthologies and magazines, and broadcast on BBC radio. This, however, is the first book-length collection of his poetry.
This volume brings together his best poems of two decades, ranging from haiku and tanka to love poems and murder ballads.
"Lemniscate" is a collection of poetry from Chris Viner. It stems from Viner's experiences in Paris and the 2015 terrorist attack. Poems touch on the everyday, the eternal, and the uncertainty of the modern world.
Arthur Theodore Elfstrom (1906-1980) was a master storyteller. His medium was poetry. A Country Life, is the book that he always wanted to publish when he was alive. In its pages you will see the memories of a boy growing up a Michigan farm. These poems will inspire and encourage you.
Art was a man of deep faith. His poems reflect that faith. He loved Jesus with all of his heart. He loved his wife. He loved his daughters. He loved his sons-in-law. And he loved his grandchildren. It was his faith in Christ that was his beacon of ...
Ethereal. Relative. Intimate. Sensual.
All words that instantly describe this authentic work of art. Words of A Wild Butterfly ~ Poetry of An Autistic Mind, is a passionate expression of love, written by the extraordinary poet, Elizabeth James. As a child, Elizabeth faced inexplicable challenges in social communication. Though she struggled, her mind was brilliant, often amazing teachers and eventually her professors.
As she describes it, "Ever since I was a child, I found the world to be such a peculiar place. I realized one day ...
The Silence Before Dawn is an avant-garde collection of 73 poems compiled within five categories:
Relationships: Reflections upon love, fragile feelings, and the pain that comes with loving.
Thoughts: A look into the poet's soul, where anything goes.
Confessions of a Troubled Soul: Deepest desires and simple reflections, mainly the product of the poet's twisted mind.
Tickling the Surreal: Welcome to the border of reality... a personal outlook at our surroundings.
The Noise After Sunrise: Revisiting places that touched the poet's ...
2010 FutureCycle Poetry Book Prize Winner. STEALING HYMNALS FROM THE CHOIR is a collection of poems about the outward pull of the forces of history, the inward tugging of the human heart, and the intersection of the two. Its subjects are some of the impersonal events that have swept us into the present day, and the precarious intimacies that try to steady us and give us strength to endure within that present. It is a book about mourning, meditation, and finally the inevitability of celebration.
These poems are about a family's loss: the loss of a mother's mental capabilities due to dementia, the loss of her words, and the loss of her family's ability to hold on to her identity. The chapbook is divided into three parts, each told from one family member's perspective, as in "Part 1: The Daughter's Poem." As the mother struggles for expression, she asserts her presence throughout each poem, even when her voice is absent.
Ah, youth! Charles Rammelkamp's ME AND SAL PARADISE is a poetic tale of the hitchhiking adventures of a young man in his early twenties. It's the early 1970s, when Jack Kerouac's influenced America's youth with his romantic tales of cross-country adventures by car. One sequence of poems illuminates a 1971 hitchhiking adventure from the Midwest to Montreal and back, a pair of friends crossing Canada and New York state. Another sequence relates the solo adventures the following summer, also originating in the Midwest, of the author who ...
This is the third book of poetry published by Dwayne Gray who is the author of "Mirror of poems" and "Poeticolors". Like his previous books, "Feeling is believing" aims at relating to the readers in the deepest emotional way. This book in addition to relating to readers aims at breaking the barriers of racialism and prejudice that limits our progress as humans and poisons our youth in an indirect and subtle way. It aims to show us that the emotions we express on a day to day basis are shared among us all and our similarities outweigh ...
These are poems of survival -- especially of religious indoctrination that colors everything. At the same time, these poems celebrate a rich natural world: the physical and sensory world of plants, animals, and insects; the innocence and presence of nature; and even an animism that overpowers Christian fundamentalism and the increasingly revealed indifference of God. Through it all, time, aging, and dark humor provide a strong pulse, saying life will go on with or without us. The title's missile, hymnal, and amulet represent the ...
Be propelled through a collection that questions and celebrates the love affair between a Japanese woman and her American husband as told in lyrical and narrative poems that create an intergenerational dialogue between grandmother and granddaughter. Loosely based on the author's own life and family, this collection explores assimilation, acceptance, loneliness, and dislocation. Imbedding emotion in powerful imagery, resting in "green tea quiet" and "sake-sweet" moments, the contrast of cultures and examination of home form a ...
CONTESTED TERRAIN captures the myriad identities inside a veteran shaped by birth, geography and, later, a set of experiences that belie any hand-me-down wisdom. "Cave Country" sees the green, fertile surface give way as the illusion collapses beneath the speaker's feet; in "Desert Skies," a barrage of war images hit faster than the speaker can process them; and "Returning to the Hill Country" shows the altered landscape, both physical and mental, that awaits his return. The final section, "A Handful of Dust" shifts from the ...
We have all seen the sun rise and set in our lives, reveling in the light as it spreads through our lives, or finding ourselves wreathed in shadows, awaiting the light's return. Whatever you are feeling, find exactly the amount of light or darkness you need. Follow the clock through pain, anguish, heartbreak, realizations, healing, and self-love. Start where you are or where you want to be, but keep in mind that you are never alone. The sun may set, but it will always rise again.
Read how one man experienced the journey of life in a silent manner, until now. In Journeys Unsilenced, he expresses feelings of pain and love followed by thoughts of wisdom and joy. He challenges us to think about our own life as he shares his life's highs and lows.
Read about his journey and and see where it takes you!
Discover God's presence for yourself through Nidhi Kaur's transcendent collection of spiritual-based poetry, My Wedding with Truth.
Through poems such as "The Soul Shall Receive What It Desires," "Blessed Is This Human Form," and "You Are The Universe" Kaur gives readers hope and guidance in transforming their lives into ones full of happiness and peace.
The average day is filled with stress, both major and mundane -- this compilation teaches how to release that tension, forgive those who are causing pain, and live every single ...
Life is difficult but love is just down-right hard. Musings of a bruised heart is a collection of poetry and prose about heartbreak, love, and raw emotions. Sit back with a cup of your favorite tea in your
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A compilation of horror poems, dark rhymes, evil verses, and songs of love.
A wild ride through the mind of an angry young man who both loved and hated the world. A bitter struggle to reconcile with the horrors of life, the idea of religion, and the violence inherent in the world.
The first part of the collection -- Beast and Beauty -- contains ten poems representing what is both ugly and beautiful in the world.
• Birth of a Serial Killer
• Baby Doll Dead
• Dead Man
• The Beautiful Bloody Kiss
• In the Dark
• I ...
The Prophet is a book of 26 prose poetry essays written in English by the Lebanese artist, philosopher and writer Kahlil Gibran. The prophet, Almustafa, has lived in the foreign city of Orphalese for 12 years and is about to board a ship which will carry him home. He is stopped by a group of people, with whom he discusses topics such as life and the human condition.
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Bastar is a series of poems on Bastar, a part of the ancient Dandakaranya (modern-day Chhattisgarh). It is home to some of the most primitive and wonderful forest-tribes in the world. For over a century now, the tribes are reeling on the one hand, under the ways of bossy petty officials, traders and, now, the Naxals and, on the other hand, the 'schemes' of the Government and the evangelists who presume that the good of the tribes lies in 'mainstreaming' them. Bastar Rebellion (called 'Bhumkal') in 1910 was a flashpoint of the tribal ...
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Each chapter is clearly marked so user knows which book within the boxset is being read.
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