Tag: poetry

Ink Formations

Ink Formations

| July 31, 2017

Ink Formations is an exploration into thought and emotion.

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Songs of Remembrance

Songs of Remembrance

| June 23, 2017

“You will not remember the path you took,nor the silence that speaks your name . . .” A new collection of poetry dealing with love, loss, self-realization, and remembrance.  Taking inspiration in part from medieval lyric poems, especially those by the troubadours, trouveres, and trobairitz, and the medieval ‘courts of love’, the poems speak to the […]

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Haiku Reflections III

Haiku Reflections III

| June 17, 2017

This is the third volume in the Haiku Reflections series by Geraldine Helen Hartman. Readers will be taken on another seasonal journey, with 120 new haiku poems, each exploring and celebrating the wonder and unique beauty of each of the four seasons. Each poem captures the essence of a seasonal experience or observation, written in […]

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Chicken Bones: And Other Bites of Verse And Prose

Chicken Bones: And Other Bites of Verse And Prose

| June 6, 2017

From a fat guy being pushed out of a trolley, to a poem about “Where’s Wally?” You probably won’t find much connection between these short pieces, except for their straightforward and fast-paced style.They portray different aspects of human behavior in a range of literary forms; sometimes with humor, sometimes in a serious tone.This collection of […]

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Water in a Wineglass

Water in a Wineglass

| June 3, 2017

Water in a Wineglass is a love letter. It plays a song from the heartstrings of the author’s mind and wraps around timeless words we’ve heard at some point or another. I love you, I don’t, and everything in between. It’s the kissing of souls and the ripping of hearts blended into the eye of […]

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bare roots

bare roots

| June 1, 2017

bare roots is a collection of poetry written for anyone that has ever buried parts of themselves away from the world. The book is divided into six parts– Pruning the Damage, Battling the Weeds, The Roses [and the Thorns], The Seedling Shall Blossom, Cultivating Wisdom, and Buds of Hope are delicately crafted segments that touch […]

The Sum of All Thoughts

The Sum of All Thoughts

| May 7, 2017

A Collection of Poetry and Spoken Word Memoirs INSTANTLY DOWNLOAD THIS KINDLE BOOK!. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. This book is a collection of poetry and spoken word memoirs that detail my thoughts, feelings, and actions towards people and experiences that moved me to emotional depths I didn’t understand, […]

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Entertaining Verse Poems

Entertaining Verse Poems

| May 3, 2017

If you’re looking for rhyming poems that entertain without being banal, without being coarse, without being commonplace, without being trivial, and without being unoriginal, then this is the book for you. The topics are varied, the tone sometimes serious, sometimes humorous, sometimes reflective, sometimes nostalgic, sometimes descriptive, and sometimes romantic.

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I Know Why the Gay Man Dances

I Know Why the Gay Man Dances

| April 22, 2017

‘I Know Why The Gay Man Dances’ is the debut collection of poetry by Mancunian poet, Joel Sadler-Puckering. It is about what happens when the spirit of freedom is taken from us. The loss of freedom comes in many forms and is not just a gay experience; it is an experience shared by many subjugated […]

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A Hundred Sonnets

A Hundred Sonnets

| April 17, 2017

Perchance you wish to read classic poesyBut without browsing through those from olden times?Verse that seethes sentimentality,Dense with much depth, and all rich in rhymes? Then delve into these lyrics of fourteen lines,Set in three quatrains and a couplet.See how Love with Prosody entwines,–The lush intercourse that breeds the love sonnet. Just as how Laura’s […]

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