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by Author John O'Loughlin

This title is comprised of three books of so-called 'abstract poems' which might better be described as 'word art', since they are of a character that defies intellectual intelligibility and invites a certain...


by Author John O'Loughlin

John O'Loughlin's one and only collection of abstract poems, originally dating from 1983, can be read (in the main) like an ordinary or mainstream collection of free verse, except that the verse is somewhat...

The Modern Death

by Author John O'Loughlin

'The Modern Death' offers both a critique of the materialistic superficiality of modern life and a spiritually-oriented ideologica alternative to it in the form of Social Transcendentalism, which was first introduced...

Spiritual Intimations

by Author John O'Loughlin

The poetic sequel to 'Stressing the Essential', this 1983 collection of some thirty-four poems in free verse is even more ideologically homogeneous, as it strives to delineate and advance, within poetic form,...


by Author John O'Loughlin

Despite the seeming simplicity of its title, 'Trees' is anything but simple, since arguably the deepest and most politically radical of John O'Loughlin's collections of poetry, extending beyond as well as summing...


by Author John O'Loughlin

John O'Loughlin's only collection of prose poems originally dating from 1984-5 and partly inspiried by Baudelaire's utilization of this genre, 'Evolution', continues, in slightly more expansive vein, to focus...

Stressing the Essential

by Author John O'Loughlin

John O'Loughlin's second collection of poetry, written nearly ten years after 'Dosshouse Blues', is less formal overall and more orientated towards free verse whilst being consistently transcendentalist in relation...

Dosshouse Blues

by Author John O'Loughlin

A mixed bag of lyrical poems, rhymed poetry, free verse, prose poems, and poetic aphorisms which were amongst the first things John O'Loughlin ever wrote, back in the early 1970s, this heterogeneous collection...

Selected Poems

by Christina Rossetti & C.H. Sisson

First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

My Five Stages of Grief - A Father's Journey to Recovery from Bereavement

by Darren Heart

My Five Stages of Grief by Darren Heart is an emotional chronicle of the author's ten year journey to recovery and healing from the grief and overwhelming sense of loss caused by the tragic deaths of his long...

Poetic Visions.

by Stuart Knight

A mix of poems from the inspirational, to the sensual. If you are a person who enjoys a little thought with their intimacy; this work is for you.

The Life I Know

by Sherry Clark

Sherry Clark graduated from Austin Peay State University with a Masters in English in May 2008. She works at Austin Peay as an Administrative Assistant in the Languages and Literature department and periodically...

Burning Words

by Kevin Westphal

An Anthology of imaginative poetry that takes the reader on a journey through a roller coaster ride of emotions. You will be rooting for the girl while she rips your still beating heart out of your chest.

Into My Dark Mind

by Johnathan Bishop

Upon the rack her limbs stretched taut she groans in pain yet I care naught, for she is here to serve My need cater to Me and take My seed. her breath cut short by one more notch and by the hemp which splits...

Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell

by Johnathan Bishop

Where does happiness live? Is it in a tree? Is it in the sea? Is it by the mall? Is it found in Fall? Where does happiness live? Is it in a book? Is it by a brook? Is it in the food? Is it the game Snood? Where...

Dream Bondage Dreams and Other Poems

by Johnathan Bishop

the only way to grasp the magic is to toll in the stony fields among the rustic ruins of struggle hoping the voice returns excerpt from "When the pen runs dry"

The Woman in Dark Clothes

by Will James

The Woman in Dark Clothes (for Edith Stein) She adored Husserl, the depths of his thought. But philosophy was not enough for her. She became a student of love. We breathe in the ashes of those burned in the...

The Pleasure of Looking Sideways: Poetry and Short Story Collection

by Frank Kretschmer-Dunn

This is a collection of my writing, I put together that best shows my world around me. Each piece of writing is a glimpse of my take on the living environment around me and how I react to it. In this collection,...

Singing on the Sidewalk

by Carol P. Wight

The second collection of poems and images by this author includes 14 poems written in sonnet form, illustrated with 14 original black & white photographs. Her poetic and photographic reflections encourage readers...

A Backwards World

by Aidan Triantafillou

A Backwards World is a short poetry book that will open your mind on the world we live in. Aidan Triantafillou is young poet born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has spent many days traveling with his...