Tag: poetry

Haiku Generosity Haiku Calendar

Haiku Generosity Haiku Calendar

| December 31, 2017

Haiku Generosity Haiku Calendar is a daily calendar for 2018 featuring 365 original American Haiku written by humorist Melissa Balin; highlighting quirky and traditional holidays, causes, and trivia for musing and rumination. #GiveAHaiku daily with Haiku Generosity. This fun anthology of micropoetry makes for great daily inspiration, journaling, and planning random adventures! What Is American […]

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The A to Z of you and Me

The A to Z of you and Me

| December 24, 2017

The A to Z of You and Me is a collection of 26 poems. All poems are personal, written about romance and the author’s long-distance relationship. Various poems elicit romantic and ecstatic emotions, whereas others tell apainful story of vulnerable moments, including feelings of isolation and neglect. Throughout the book, these conflicted emotions clash in […]

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Poetry: A book of poems

Poetry: A book of poems

| November 20, 2017

Life I have discovered is a lot like good poetry, some of the time things rhyme, make sense, and come together. Then there are the times when seemingly nothing rhymes, nothing comes together, and nothing makes sense. In my life time I have been fortunate to travel many diverse paths commencing at the age of […]

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Poetic State of Mind

Poetic State of Mind

| November 7, 2017

*****PRAISES for POETIC STATE OF MIND**** “The poetry in this book surrounds itself with beautiful words that guide us with understandings of what love can be. Aditi Shukla has succeeded in telling a story through a series of poems and musings to the best of most peoples’ abilities. You can end up reading it again […]

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Dark Poetry, Volume 2: Gothic Twilight

Dark Poetry, Volume 2: Gothic Twilight

| October 30, 2017

Gothic Twilight is the first in a unique series of books portraying gothic poetry, by J J Ginty. A portentous piece; taking one through the darker realms of infirmity & schizophrenia; seduction & possession; dreamscapes & apocalyptic visions; spectral hauntings & the accursed; forsaken love & self-murder; disembodied spirits & forgotten souls; lycanthropes, and of […]

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Quarter-Life Philosophies

Quarter-Life Philosophies

| October 16, 2017

Quarter-Life Philosophies: On Dreams that Leave Quietly is a collection of guiding ideas for your years in bloom. It is for growing, contributing and searching for all the light in between. It is for climbing out of the cave and into your own self. Weaving personal philosophies into prose and poetry, Quarter-Life Philosophies explores our […]

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Of Love and War

Of Love and War

| September 27, 2017

Welcome to Jennifer’s world of poetry, where poems are inspired by observations about life and the world we live in. Like her first anthology “Poems from the Bottom of the Well”, Jennifer invites you to embark on a journey to explore topics that we can all relate to: love, death, joy, pain, ageing, the impact […]

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Small Stones from the River: Meditations and Micropoems

Small Stones from the River: Meditations and Micropoems

| September 24, 2017

Small Stones from the River is a collection of poetry and prose about empowerment of the inner self. The book is an extended meditative reflection that explores love, loss, forgiveness, resilience, and happiness. Small Stones from the River is an ideal companion book for journaling or journeying. A small stone meets you where you are.

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Haiku Reflections III

Haiku Reflections III

| September 22, 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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Ink Formations

Ink Formations

| July 31, 2017

Ink Formations is an exploration into thought and emotion.

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