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Auntie's Voice

by Merriel Haworth

Auntie, as most of us knew her, lived a life of love to her God and family. Though never blessed with children herself, she helped raise many of her nieces and nephews. These are the poems she has left us. By...


Hermead Volume 2

by Surazeus Astarius

Hermead of Surazeus is an epic poem in pentameter blank verse about the greatest philosophers and scientists who contributed to the growth of civilization. Volume 2 contains in 16,058 lines of blank verse the...


Hermead Volume 1

by Surazeus Astarius

Hermead of Surazeus is an epic poem in pentameter blank verse about the greatest philosophers and scientists who contributed to the growth of civilization. Volume 1 contains in 15,064 lines of blank verse the...


Divine Nature

by Sai Krishna Yedavalli

this ebook is a collection of set of nature poems evinced divine nature in beauteous words you can enjoy this Ebook thank you


Past the Prophecy:  Reaching Profound Ground

by Anthony (T.J.) Watkins

Past The Prophecy: Reaching Profound Ground is an intimate collection of poems chronicling the path and experiences of Anthony (T.J.) Watkins as he grows from a boy into a man. Each poem serves as the ingredients...


The Nomad

by Chris Stubenrauch

In his third release, Chris Stubenrauch describes what it truly means to have a home; through poems that evoke feelings of loss, love, and seclusion, The Nomad must traverse great distances to find what he's...


Past, Present, and Beyond: Selected Thoughts of Amicus

by Amicus

Adversity is the mother of creativity, it seems, as it turned a normal farm boy into a world traveler and critic of all things. Journalism is not the most comfortable profession one might pursue. It not only...


When Dreams Are Murdered

by Mark Cisper

Just like every story there must be a beginning. The same is true with poetry. "When Dreams Are Murdered", in essence, is the Genesis of the works of poetry by Mark Cisper. This is to say, it is not the true...


Dark and Light

by Matthew Kennedy

A small book of sad and dark poetry based on the author's personal experience. All works are original as well as the photos.


Against the Grain

by Dana Shahar

This poetry compilation, the second version of Against the Grain, delves into the exceptional experience of being human, which manifests itself in interaction, connection, and loss.


Raised Voices

by Bruce Harris

A collection of poems by Bruce Harris which have all either won prizes or commendations in U.K. poetry competitions, or have appeared in U.K. poetry e-zines or magazines.


The Seduction Series

by Don Savant

This is an excerpt of my 10th collection of poetry entitled A Look Inside My Mind...Vol. 10: Intimate Moments


Rebel Souls: Walt Whitman and America's First Bohemians

by Justin Martin

Brilliant portrait of a time and place that launched American Bohemia and liberated the genius of Walt Whitman


The Sleeping Gypsy, and Other Poems

by George Garrett & Jo Alys Downs

The Sleeping Gypsy is an important collection of poems by an American writer who was but twenty-nine when awarded the coveted Prix de Rome in 1958. When George Garrett's first collected verse, The Reverend Ghost...


The Satiric Poems of John Trumbull: The Progress of Dulness and M'Fingal

by Edwin T. Bowden

John Trumbull, the colonial American satiric poet, is one of the most readable, and certainly one of the most amusing, of our early men of letters. His poems, with all their wit and bite, bring back to life...


Many Times, But Then

by Ann Lauterbach

A collection of poems by the award-winning poet.


Guy of Warwick

by William B. Todd

The story of Sir Guy, once as familiar as the tales of King Arthur, is now largely forgotten. Originally composed about 1240 A.D., this heroic romance early circulated in countless manuscripts, first in poetic,...


Gondal's Queen: A Novel in Verse

by Emily Jane Brontë & Fannie E. Ratchford

In Gondal's Queen, Fannie Elizabeth Ratchford presents a cycle of eighty-four poems by Emily Jane Brontë, for the first time arranged in logical sequence, to re-create the "novel in verse" which Emily wrote...


Observations: A Collection of Short Poems

by Colleen Adele Kelly

It is only when we step back to observe life objectively that we finally learn that each moment experienced comes with its own challenges and joys. In her third poetry collection, Colleen Adele Kelly draws upon...


I'm Gonna F B That ¿: Poetry In the Age of Digital Media

by Terri C. Driver

This book took a lifetime of experience and twenty-five years of love to create. With a very strong catalyst in the depths of a snowy Virginia Winter it took only three months to compose. The powerful emotions...