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The Hollow Log Lounge: Poems

by R. T. Smith

The Hollow Log Lounge is that sort of grand and seedy thrill-filled pleasure palace your mother warned you about--only much worse and therefore that much better. This book will remind you of Edwin Arlington...


I Could Chew on This: And Other Poems by Dogs

by Francesco Marciuliano

A New York Times bestseller? Oh, you know the dogs weren't going to let the cats get away with that! This canine companion to I Could Pee on This, the beloved volume of poems by cats, I Could Chew on This will...


Reign of Snakes

by Robert Wrigley

Described by the late James Dickey as "one of the finest new poets to come along in years," Robert Wrigley fulfills that early promise with this, his newest collection. Reign of Snakes is a book about desire,...


Flight: New and Selected Poems

by Linda Bierds

From this critically acclaimed and award-winning poet, a stunning volume of new and selected works that display her signature intelligence, depth, and vigorous originality.

Hailed as ?visionary? by The New Yorker...


Thoughts I Met on the Highway

by Ralph Waldo Trine

New Thought leader Ralph Waldo Trine was an enormously popular figure in the metaphysical movement of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His volume In Tune With the Infinite sold millions of...


Many Voices

by E. Nesbit

Prolific British children's author E. (Edith) Nesbit penned several series of beloved action-adventure and fantasy tales for the younger set. In this collection, she shifts gears and brings together a collection...


The Rainbow and the Rose

by E. Nesbit

Edith Nesbit was one of the most prolific and beloved children's authors of her time, but she also had a more literary bent, as evinced in The Rainbow and the Rose, one of several of the collections of poetry...


Adonais

by Percy Bysshe Shelley & William Michael Rossetti

"Adonais" represents the height of artistic achievement for nineteenth-century Romantic poetry. Percy Bysshe Shelley's book-length elegy in the pastoral style mourns the loss of fellow poet John Keats in 495...


Wine, Water, and Song

by G. K. Chesterton

Although he gained widespread acclaim as an intellectual and as a writer of fiction, G.K. Chesterton dabbled in virtually every literary genre over the course of his career. This collection of his verse ranges...


The City of Dreadful Night

by James Thomson

This long poem written by Scottish author James Thomson is a notable literary accomplishment on several levels. It offers a no-holds-barred account of the seedy underbelly of London's nightlife in the late nineteenth...


Phantasmagoria: And Other Poems

by Lewis Carroll

Today, Lewis Carroll is best remembered as a writer of juvenile fiction responsible for such timeless works as Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. However, Carroll was also a poet...


The Defeat of Youth: And Other Poems

by Aldous Huxley

By all accounts, Aldous Huxley was a brilliant and voracious thinker and artist whose creative output knew no literary bounds. This volume gathers some of his best-remembered verse, including the memorable title...


The Ballad of Reading Gaol

by Oscar Wilde

In 1895, Oscar Wilde was sentenced to two years of hard labor as punishment for having engaged in homosexual acts. While serving out his sentence at Reading Gaol in Berkshire, Wilde witnessed the execution by...


The Song of the Stone Wall

by Helen Keller

Blind, deaf and unable to communicate from a young age, Helen Keller was eventually taught to read, write and speak with the help of an extraordinary teacher. This lead to a flowering of creativity and imagination...


Chamber Music

by James Joyce

Irish author James Joyce is best remembered as one of the most important novelists of the twentieth century. His masterwork Ulysses is regarded by some critics as the best novel ever written. However, Joyce...


The Book of American Negro Poetry

by James Weldon Johnson

The work of James Weldon Johnson (1871 - 1938) inspired and encouraged the artists of the Harlem Renaissance,a movement in which he himself was an important figure. Johnson was active in almost every aspect...


Garden of Sufi: Insights into the Nature of Man

by Jim Aghevli

Over the centuries, religion has inspired some of civilization's most beautiful poetry, and certain Persian Muslims, the Sufi, have created intricately wrought poems celebrating peace and harmony. The world...


Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (A New Verse Translation)

by Simon Armitage

"Compulsively readable. ... Simon Armitage has given us an energetic, free-flowing, high-spirited version."—Edward Hirsch, New York Times Book Review One of the earliest great stories of English literature...


Forays of the Heart

by Keysar Trad

This small book renders the forays of the human heart into poetic journeys. The journeys of a serious man who has dedicated his life to help humanity, and the distractions of love that come his way. The poems...


The Jackdaw in the Jacaranda

by Justin Gosling

The jackdaw in the jacaranda mused on times gone by. But could not understand the causes, nor see the reason why. Like the jackdaw in his collection of poetry, Justin gosling muses on times gone by, tackling...