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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.

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...

We Cannot Turn Around

by L.S.Hartfield

a poem by L.S. Hartfield

Semblance of a Dream

by L. S. Hartfield

Excerpt: WE CANNOT TURN AROUND The shattered glass Of soundproof walls That can block the night no more Is scattered, alas, On the broken stillness Of a distant, darkened shore. That shore is still, and silent...

The Immortal

by Koruna NicMox

A story of the forever dying immortal, as he attempts to gain reason, in the world.

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...

Making Movies

by David Halliday

The magic of film is recreated, taken apart, examined and lovingly satirized in an unusual work of fiction. David Halliday imagines a BBC documentary about 'the well known Canadian film maker Samuel Bremmer'....

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.

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.

I Leered At The Carnage

by Eric Chase

A collection of 100 poems by Eric Chase. They are raw, gritty, unique and compelling.

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...

Poem Series Two: Rhymes And Unrhymes

by Ricardo J. Rodriguez

10 rhyme and Unrhyme poems, Part of a Series of poems, some poems have Rhymes and others are crimes unlike the first series of poems where they all show the art of careful diction.

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

FAITHFUL

by R.G.KIRK

FAITHFUL ​ ​A Poem From the Book ​ ​ ​ ​ ELMSWOOD TREES ​ ​ Through the woods of Elmswood Trees A nymph singing, bathing, singing One sees A nymph bathing in Golden glees Of scented aromatic...

Haunted Realms

by K. Thorpe

A selection of original poetry.

GREAT DAWN

by R.G.KIRK

Personal or impersonal each word captures an essence of reality. Poetry is a charm in its own way, it reveals an inner message, an inner cry, a moment in time, a glimpse of truth, a touch of a feeling, an expression...

Poem Series Three: Darkness and Despair

by Ricardo J. Rodriguez

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

Gentle Spirit

by L.S.Hartfield

A gen­tle spir­it, a calm embrace, I'm wan­der­ing inside this place.

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

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...