Tag: poetry

As I Tread On

As I Tread On

| December 20, 2018

It’s time to let the nature of words seek adventure, hope, and cure. As I Tread On is a verse novel that narrates the journey of a man through emotional emptiness and isolation, ironically, in a world that boasts of connectivity at your fingertips. His story is the story of most of us, fighting this […]

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A Radiant Womb

A Radiant Womb

| November 22, 2018

Haiku in 2 sections: “As Above” and “So Below”

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At War with the Fireflies: A Chapbook

At War with the Fireflies: A Chapbook

| October 28, 2018

Veronica McDonald’s second chapbook of strange poems travels through the shifting realities one encounters when moving out of darkness and into light. These 22 pieces begin with a bleak worldview, in which simple acts of destruction and death construct existence, then develop into revelations of vitality and life beyond the decay of the world. Her […]

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Render

Render

| September 27, 2018

Poems of Manifestation The diamond firebird—ashes he stirs. Hear me keening for understanding,my love? Wait, not yet, while I paintanother sequined scrim of myself.

The Mixtape book

The Mixtape book

| September 21, 2018

Don’t Judge a book by its cover. There is only one short story 😉 Poems about love, heartbreak, the struggle and any wisdom I can transfer from my experience into yours. Please leave a review ! What was your favorite poem? How did It make you feel?

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love in the time of longing.

love in the time of longing.

| September 15, 2018

‘love in the time of longing.’ features poems that bloomed out of love and longing. this exquisite collection of love poems captures the nuances of love and longing, the various emotions that love evokes in us, and how love can touch even the mundane and give it new meaning.

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Juxtaposition

Juxtaposition

| September 7, 2018

A book of poems that highlights the many sides of man and nature – life at its most contradictory. In her very first collection of published work, the author uses a combination of styles ranging from completely freestyle to strict form, including: sonnet, triolet, limerick, and sestina.

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He is the Monster

He is the Monster

| September 3, 2018

When Esther comes back at dawn on a school night, she’s expecting an argument with her parents at breakfast. Instead, the police arrest her father for molesting girls in their neighborhood. As her father awaits trial and her mother wastes away with grief, Esther seeks comfort in the things that make her numb: parties, boys […]

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Feral Animals

Feral Animals

| August 23, 2018

The author of the Amazon bestselling LGBT poetry collection ‘I Know Why the Gay Man Dances’, Joel Sadler-Puckering unleashes his second collection of poems into the wild. Expect “masterful observations of humanity and its dregs” (Amazon 5* review) and to be taken on an urban safari adventure to see human beings in their not-so-natural habitat…

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Listening to the Voice

Listening to the Voice

| August 20, 2018

All of these poems were written after God had spoken to me, usually in a dream. They are messages of wisdom, encouragement, love, praise, faith and salvation. In every case, the idea or poem topic was not in my head when I went to sleep. I would awaken from a dream at four or five […]

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