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My Heart is Your Brothel

by Namitha Varma

A set of micropoems dedicated to infatuation.

Poemetics Volume 1 - The Day I Forgot to be Sad

by Emerson Freedman

Poetry the way it should be, raw. Hope you enjoy the ride - come visit www.darkerzeus.com for more of the same...and other bits of writing and streams of consciousness. Comments are always welcome!

More Inspiratios 25

by Luiz Guilherme

More inspirations (a little) more than life to those who read and want a little something different in his life. this is a bit more than I can, what you dream and think. and that way, I share this, which is...

Makebelieve Ballroom, And Other Love Stories

by Michael Pollick

"Makebelieve Ballroom, And Other Love Stories" is a collection of pieces specially selected by author and poet Michael Pollick. Each poem examines a different aspect of love, from first romance to lost love...

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...

Sweet Dreamers

by juliemort

A collection of poetry about everything under the sun; words from the eyes of a girl just trying her best to wade through the ocean that is life. Give it a try? :) - juliemort.

Poem Series Three: Darkness and Despair

by Ricardo J. Rodriguez

10 Short rhyme Poems, part of a Collection of series of poems.

The Voice

by L.S.Hartfield

Your voice is in the sea.

The Watch Face of Obsessions, Professions and Passions

Stories of Battles Won and Battles Lost

by Michael Pollick

"Stories of Battles Won and Battles Lost" is a collection of pieces by author Michael Pollick that explore conflicts and resolutions. Each poem has previously appeared in magazines and journals such as "The...

Sea Dreams

by L.S.Hartfield

a poem by L.S. Hartfield EXCERPT: I look in­to the star­lit night, And beck­on to a dream Within a world of masks and faces Of all we see and seem. © 2009 L.S. Hartfield - All Rights Reserved

A Homecoming

by L.S.Hartfield

a poem by L.S. Hartfield EXCERPT: One day this breeze will let me fly. And I'll find my way back home. © 2009 L.S. Hartfield - All Rights Reserved

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...

Make Up Your Mind

by L.S.Hartfield

We strive to mend Times al­ready come to pass. Can we stand to see the world em­brac­ing Things that we're afraid of facing?

Willoughby

by Abhay Adil

Willoughby is a poem inspired by "The Twilight Zone” episode “A stop at Willoughby”. This ebook contains the single poem and the explanation and interpretation by the poet of both the poem and the “The...

The Tracks of My Tears

by David Harding

Song lyrics from 'Plush Landa Goblin'; 1999-2013

Fairy World (The Death of Innocence)

by L.S.Hartfield

a poem by L.S. Hartfield EXCERPT: A beau­ti­ful girl in a love­ly world Touch­es the stars and her wings unfurl. © 2009 L.S. Hartfield - All Rights Reserved

Burnt Ends and Caterpillar Poems

by Michael Pollick

Sometimes some really good work has to be left on the cutting room floor. This collection, "Burnt Ends and Caterpillar Poems", contains pieces left out of other collections for various reasons. They appear together...

We Cannot Turn Around

by L.S.Hartfield

a poem by L.S. Hartfield

Silent Steps

by L.S.Hartfield

But are my foot­steps silent? Are they just holes with­in the sand? Or does an­oth­er hear them, follow, And find me where I am.