For the fiction reader who loves a little humanity and a little mystery
Lost in Mind; Found at Heart really did write itself. Every time I feel a strong emotion, whether it be a negative or a positive one, I find nothing more therapeutic and satisfying than writing a poem about it and of course they have always got to rhyme!
For the poetry lover that wants to remember the good and the bad of 2021 - full of emotion
For the traveler or traveler at heart - a way to explore the world
For the reader who needs a bit of rhyme and laughter
For the activist in your life
A collision of ideas and a wonder of words.Remember when you first learned that a grouping of owls was a parliament? In his second poetry collection, Leon Stevens explores familiar themes such as human nature, the environment, and personal observations, many with a touch of humor. Also included are the poems from the 30 Poems in 30 Days Challenge and a short story inspired by one of them.
Lines by Leon is a selection of poems, prose, and short stories that address the subjects of loss, struggle, and reflection. Inside these thoughtful contemplations are original observations about ego, behaviour, human relations, places, and the environment. Many of the pieces feature a lighthearted and even humorous take on a subject, and the author invites his readers to laugh, think, cry, and meditate on the wide variety of thoughts
The poems in Pastoral Suite welcome those in-between hours when we turn off the voices of radios and reconnect with a few solitary clouds. A master of suspended time, Muro removes us from a busy world and leads us into an abundant life thick with details of wind-shorn nests of lichen and leaves that hung like paper/lanterns or flecks of gold disgorged downstream over moss-softened stone.
The poems in John Muro's first book, In the Lilac Hour & Other Poems, move with a sure hand between closed forms (especially sonnets), invented forms, poems after writers like Keats and Frost, and free verse; and they are committed to seeing and honoring the passing of seasons, of friends and family, and to the birds and flowers that constitute the local reality of our everyday lives. Looking closely and surely at the world around him, Muro's descriptive abilities are everywhere apparent.
For the person looking to understand mental health needs
this is my latest book - just released on Amazon. It is a trawl through a life time ( 67 yrs.) of spiritual exploration, much of it unasked for and unsought until I realised that I was being prodded hard in the back, and until I turned around my life would always run wonky. It hasn't been totally plain sailing since I did turn around, but each decade thereafter got...
The Good Moms, Their Children and Friendship depicts the life and death of Nasrin, an Iranian immigrant who arrived in the US shortly after the 1979 Iranian Hostage Crisis. Nasrin moved to a small city in New York where she found herself alone with a 16-month-old baby and penniless.
This book of short stories takes the reader on a journey from Maine to Houston, and the Midwest to the Finger Lakes of New York.
Poems have the power to touch our souls in an intense, raw way as we read and experience words that we deeply resonate with. Whenever you want to feel inspired, happy, at peace, or to experience life through someone else's eyes, you can simply read a poem and make this happen. Now imagine if you had a collection of versatile poems touching on a little bit of everything, which you can reach out to whenever you need to? This is precisely what Poetic Poems and Prose offers!
The ‘Romantic Poet’ is back with a bang!! In this blistering display of poetic brilliance, he proves time and time again that poetry is not a dying art. As each poem holds emotions that have bled directly from the author’s soul and are relatable to the lives we lead and the world in which we exist. Throughout the book he uses imagery that is visually captivating and goes hand in hand with the ink that entwines them. In this book Sarfraz also collaborates with poets...
After the Rainbow: Golden Poems (Prolific Pulse Press LLC 2022) is a poignant and inspiring collection of seventy-eight new poems written during the past year and a half. As poet Zaneta Varnado Johns endured or witnessed the storms of the pandemic, gun violence, civil unrest, and environmental disasters, she wrote to capture her rainbow of intense emotions. She reached within her soul to process the ills of our society and emerged hopeful every time. Three poems were co-authored with poets...
"With tales from skid row, bars, motels and hospitals, Quicksand Highway tells tales of drug running, bullet dodging, drug addiction and broken romance with the insight of someone who knows what he is talking about. This collection of short stories explores life in the fast lane, extremely funny and always gritty. Judge's Quicksand Highway delivers the goods."Jesse James Kennedy (Author of Missouri Homegrown, Tijuana Mean, and Black Hills Reckoning.)
In Our Shared Breath, Carolyn Chilton Casas explores themes of daily life—family, connection with nature, evolving beliefs, impermanence, energy healing, and reflections on the 2020 pandemic. Carolyn’s poetry expresses her belief that awareness and gratitude are at the heart of healing. In this first collection of poetry, she writes about the alchemy of being alive. We all encounter joyful and difficult times, but by looking for a silver lining in a hardship, we are able to reshape the story we
‘Eighty-Four Pins’ is an exciting collection of poetry that will fill your heart with emotion and your mind with countless bountiful inspiration that will grow and grow. So why not treat yourself by stepping in the shoes of others as you take a welcome break into the poetic world of the Eighty-Four Pins and begin to interpret the poems for yourself as they take on a brand-new meaning and ownership. As the poems evolve into something bigger than the poem itself, as each poem...
The book describes the story of Motherega, known as "The Jewel of the Universe", from the beginnings of our universe at The Great Battle (Mankind calls the Big Bang), through to the destruction of the civilisation, about five million years ago.
A fantasy, offering knowledge and wisdom from a unique spiritual source in an entertaining story based on old mythology. One cold, miserable night on a Scottish beach Serventa is met by Beira, Queen of the Winter, and is challenged in a confrontation that eventually takes Beira home to the Light, but meanwhile the Storm Kelpies, the Blue Men of the Minch, also witness the event and want to cause trouble. Serventa is then given the task of rescuing Nessa, one of Beira's handmaidens, also a...
Based on fact, the story of Serventa takes us through from the beginnings of Atlantis, about five million years ago, through to the height of its civilisation describing the way of life of the people, their behaviour, their educational system, their use of energies, their transport, their beliefs, their science, their trade with other lands, and their building influence abroad, explaining much about the use of pyramids, the Nazca lines and Stonehenge. Serventa foresees the destruction of the...
“I remember that it takes work to remember." Fragmented portraits and metropolitan pastorals arc along a pendulum of solitude, illustrating alternate desires of preservation and renewal. Babb creates connections through elemental communion with objects, nature, family, and fading keepsakes, transforming mundanity and trauma into oneness with the present.
The poems in John Muro's first book, In the Lilac Hour & Other Poems, move with a sure hand between closed forms (especially sonnets), invented forms, poems after writers like Keats and Frost, and free verse; and they are committed to seeing and honoring the passing of seasons, of friends and family, and to the birds and flowers that constitute the local reality of our everyday lives. Looking closely and surely at the world around him, Muro's descriptive abilities are everywhere apparent: the cr
Welcome to the poetic world of Kathy Jo (Blake) Bryant! This popular poetess offers you a rich dessert of the delicious and the luxurious. A poetic genius that has written poetry for many years and is sure to have something to suit every palate. The book itself is divided into six chapters; Love, Life, People, Memories, Nature, and Seasons. Each one is beautifully blended together, with the chapter themes running through every written word. It is put together with such passion, that the w
'Scop' has gestated over several years and covers a varied subject matter, some poems previously published elsewhere. The unifying theme is revelation. This is self-revelation, whether in the first person voice of the writer or through exploring characters, from Biblical to wannabe-rap-artist. There is constant search for that form of epiphany that only the interplay of language can illuminate. It is hoped these pieces will reveal something for each reader.
Poetry book from Hiba Heba a wall is gnarled, and rain-blotched outside my window, I refuse to vandalize it with binaries: it displaces my reveries, the way poetry does and the tawdry absence of it, I’m blue and rinsed by the psithurism of a mulberry tree.