Whether you are a poetry enthusiast or not, if you have ever experienced relationship heartbreak, then the poems in this book can and will inspire you to understand that heartbreak and move on from it…
NIGHTS UNDER PEACH TREES is a collection of poems written from the perspective of someone who has experienced relationship heartbreak and the struggle to move on from it. The author has written the poems as though she is sitting beneath a tree filling a journal with the lessons she has learned about falling in love, having her heart broken, then moving on and regaining her sense of self. In publishing this book, she shares those lessons with you, the reader, with the hope of inspiring you to understand and move on from your own heartbreak.
Among the many lessons the author shares with the reader through the poems in this book, the predominant theme is that your identity in life is made up of much more than merely the sum of your failures. All of us, women and men, deserve the opportunity to forgive ourselves and move on after relationships that did not work out. And the poems in this book are meant to help and inspire you to do so.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
TAMRON MORRIS was raised in a small town, Berkeley, Illinois, by two loving parents, Bruce and Elisha Morris. During high school, she furthered her blossoming love of writing by taking classes such as American Literature, British Literature, and Creative Writing. While later attending the College of DuPage, she became a mother at the age of twenty. Despite the challenges she faced as a young parent, Tamron continued her passion for writing by starting a career as an author. As an emerging voice in the poetry genre, Tamron hopes to inspire women and men to fully love themselves beyond measure.Buy on Amazon
Marc D Brown is a poetic Everyman
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The Lost Art of Self – a collection of poetry & prose, delves into subjects such as love, mental health, loss etc and makes a compelling poetic argument that we are all works of fiction, stumbling painfully toward authentic existence on an all-too-human terrain.There is a substantial thread of the universal human experience woven into the poetic narrative.Who among us has not felt, at one time or another, a sense of being out of touch with self and exhausted from giving to a world that takes more and more without giving in return.
The Lost Art of Self makes a compelling poetic argument that we are all works of fiction, stumbling painfully toward authentic existence on an all-too-human terrain.Buy on Amazon
Love, lust, seduction, suicide, and personal life experience all rolled into one beautiful intellectual intercourse that will make you cry, or even think about life itself. This is a short book of some of my favorite poems I have written at a very young age.Buy on Amazon
Dr. Karl Demmans is a chemist, a musician, an academic author, and a poet with a fascination in syllabic verses. His musical journey began in Sarnia, Ontario at a very young age wherein he studied music theory under the guidelines of the Royal Conservatory of Music. Over the following decade he has demonstrated an aptitude towards musical composition on guitar as well as lyrical rearrangements through his dedication to journal keeping. In 2018 he completed a doctorate in Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Toronto, which was quickly followed by his first album release under the pseudonym Karly D. The collective themes herein discuss physical and emotional isolation in the twenty-first century, anticipatory anxiety and the fear of death, addiction to negative emotions, self-reflection, love loss, and complete honesty. The lighter works detail daydreaming about the future of humankind through a lens of science fiction and the idea that modern chemistry can be as exciting as the alchemy of old.Buy on Amazon
It was always my dream to tell my life’s story, convey my emotions, explain the decisions that I have made. It is a very personal story. It is about how my family and my immigration experiences have shaped and changed me into the person I am today. I hope you will enjoy it.Buy on Amazon
Profound and riveting, this is a 60 poem book collection with poetry that enlightens, speaks the way of life and the world. The poems from Unscrambled Eggs has a universal appeal, and is true to life in form. Unscrambled Eggs was written over a five year period and is an honest and thought-provoking book that deals with everyday life issues. It is a stirring compilation of poems about living your dream and finding one’s purpose.Buy on Amazon
Take a nature appreciation walk with haiku
The Stargazing Frog is a collection of original haiku and other 3-liners in the style of Japanese poetry, that points to us the significance of the “little” moments, the moments that deep down really matter the most: the first snowflake at Winter, a grasshopper’s hope for sun at Spring, a butterfly’s wild dream at Summer, the first petal to fall at Autumn.
A remedy for the pain of impermanence
The stargazing frog is each and every one of us. We are just tiny observers in a large life and in a vast universe, given with a choice: we can either be overwhelmed and paralysed by the burdens and magnitude of life, or we can accept life’s hardships as a fact and try to turn them into something beautiful and meaningful. Poetry just shows us the way towards the stars.
A haiku for each day of the seasonal year 2019-2020
Beginning on the first day of Winter, with the winter solstice on 22 December 2019, and ending on the last day of Autumn, on 21 December 2020, the Stargazing Frog offers 366 original haiku poems on a variety of themes. Every day, you can read, enjoy, contemplate or share a haiku about:
- Nature or humans
- Rural or urban environment
- Life or death
- Impermanence or eternity
- Humour or irony
- Love or hate
- Annoyance or peace of mind
Enjoy the true “flavour” of haiku in the English language
While in Japanese poetry a haiku strictly follows the pattern of 5-7-5 phonetic units, the poems of this book follow only one rule: for each poem, first and third lines have the same number of syllables, not necessarily five though, while the second line has two more. That way the overall rhythm of a haiku is preserved without adhering blindly to a form that has little meaning in the English language.
This poetry collection ebook is for you, if you love poetry, you can appreciate short poems, you are fond of Japanese poetry and culture, and above all if you love to gaze at the stars at night. Also, it is an ideal present for your loved ones or if you are searching poems for teens.
a frog jumps in —
The frog has emerged and is now sitting upon a water lily gazing at the stars. Will you join us?Buy on Amazon
‘In the world of known,I’m unknown to myself’
This is not just a simple book.It’s a silent cry from the soul when it gets hurt ,the pinching of the scars and reflection of the tormenting shadow of myself.Such creations come into being when the bottle of feelings overflows and transforms into glittering gems.For a writer ,his writings are treasure that he wants to be hunted by all.The more people go through it,the more satisfaction he gets.
‘A reader has no class;he is neither rich nor poor.He belongs to the class of intellectuals.When he is lost in realm of his book,his mind is free of materialistic pursuits and he dives into the ocean of knowledge to gather more pearls of wisdom’
Here,I’m sharing my poetry and random thoughts that are product of tears and smile.I didn’t write it myself,the words just sprouted out of my pen.I couldn’t resist.This process took around ten years to finally reach the conclusion that it should be published.You will feel all of them near to your heart and help you to give a vent to your own feelings.
‘The procedure of sowing seeds of thoughts in mind through reading,feeling,observing and contemplating,goes on every moment but the ripening of words and then harvesting of this crop takes much time.
Seasons and circumstances aren’t in writer’s hands.’
Each word is written with the gist of passion and that will surely touch your heart.Buy on Amazon
When the author was struggling with loss, illness, oppression and a perpetual cycle of anxiety attacks and phases of depression, she spent day and night stabbing keys.
And out poured poetry.
When the abyss spat her out she strung together those mutilated verses and compiled this book for the world to read what it feels like when you are swinging between sanity and insanity.