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Migrations, Volume I : Don't Forget to Breathe

by Ashim Shanker

"...he could imagine the Dust spiraling in corners, plotting en masse an elaborate offensive upon those who sought seclusion from the outside Universe. The Dust: it was older than Time, bound by its allegiance...

All I Know

by Ashly Lorenzana

A collection of original quotes on life, love, relationships, writing, drugs, addiction, truth, revenge and much more.

Animal Rights Poetry: 25 Inspirational Animal Poems Vol 2

by Jenny Moxham

Longtime vegan and animal rights campaigner, Jenny Moxham proudly presents Volume 2 of insightful Animal Rights Poetry. These 25 poems were written to inspire kindness and compassion for animals and to raise...

Perseus & Medusa

by Hannah Shilling

The famous are available for their destruction, This, the contract between congregation and celebrant - and was since the old king ceremonially took the blade at the shortest sun. Is it not the way that they...

The Voice

by L.S.Hartfield

Your voice is in the sea.

On The Road To Dharamsala

by John Moncure Wetterau

Note: reformatted with table of contents
 
  Most of these poems are from the Big Island of Hawaii and from Dharamsala, at the edge of the Himalayas where the Dalai Lama and many Tibetans are rebuilding...

The Stream of Consciousness: A Cerebration of Poetry

by έ

THIS BOOK WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE. (NOT.) An amateur prose writer strays into the dangerous wilderness of Verse- and lives to tell the tale. A gripping narrative on the mysteries and dangers of casual rhyme.

We Cannot Turn Around

by L.S.Hartfield

a poem by L.S. Hartfield

Illusions

by L.S.Hartfield

All is il­lu­sion; noth­ing is re­al. There are no true win­dows or halls. The doors are not there and they can't hold the light. My life's not con­tained in these walls. Il­lu­sions have cap­tured...

Mind Of A Youth

by David Kwaku

This poetry book 'Mind Of a Youth' is about the different emotions I and other youths have experienced and also the way we see the world today at our age and we know that it is not going to change unless we...

The Race of Life

by Marvin McKenzie

A small collection of various poems I have written. The title comes from a poem I wrote while in High School. Since then I have used poetry: to record certain events in my life, to decompress from some trial...

A Taste of Life

by Trine Daely

A small sample collection of Life Games.

4 Poems

by M.A Koontz

A small collection of four short poems.

Drunken Chaos

by Antonin Januska

Drunken Chaos is a compilation of two epic poems (smaller poetry compilations) called Drunken Poesie and a Chaos Organized. Both collections/poems feature a unique style. The theme of the poems is life progression...

Dreams and Nightmares: Short Stories and Poems

by Kathryn H.

A collection of dark and tragic short stories and poems. There are only three stories here, but I hope to be releasing more soon. If you like these, please review the stories as I am a relatively new author...

The Book With The Yellow Cover

by John Moncure Wetterau

Note: reformatted with table of contents
 
  This book is modeled on a book of Chinese and Japanese poems that I gave to a friend on the west coast. It was a very small book with a yellow cover, stapled...

Poems of People and Place

by Michael Pollick

"Poems of People and Place" is a collection of pieces by author Michael Pollick that center around being absolutely human, and the places that help keep us that way.

Somewhere in the 1970s

by David Halliday

No one was going to tell them what life was about. Or tell them how to party. They were free. And arrogant. And young. It was the 1970s and everyone was lost.

My Heart is Your Brothel

by Namitha Varma

A set of micropoems dedicated to infatuation.

A Date in Winter

by Trevor Price

Twelve twelve-line lyrics about clockwork and resurrection.