May the poetry in this book serve as a reminder to remain humble and kind towards all beings. Embody divine, deep, and unconditional Love for self and others. Openly give of yourself to the rest of the world. Smile more, forgive often, and let go of wrongdoings. Tune into your heart’s rhythm to understand your life’s purpose. Always stay true to your heart’s desire. Follow the sacred path of the heart to answer the necessary questions: Who am I? What is the meaning of life? Why am I here? Let the answers which arise manifest as your legacy to this world. The Heart’s Journey is the fourth of the seven poetry books series. It is composed of poems with topics related to the heart chakra. The heart chakra is the fourth chakra. It is the one associated with compassion, trust, forgiveness, ability to receive and give love to self and others.
A little drop of melancholy, a dose of happiness, surrounded by social walls, yet knocking down barriers, the poet tells her words about her feelings.
gray, empty but i let the words grow and my heart, i let show but with separation came the anxiety, the pain, the journey within confinement. i wasn’t ever my own and my many faces had me so alone, i thought i might drown. it started before i even knew what puberty meant: at twelve, i wrote my first lines. now, at twenty, i want you to read my warning signs.
Meet Megan Diedericks
This collection of poetry is a combination of the ups and downs of my anxiety and depression while battling heartache. It reflects my limited belief in myself and my codependence on another human who damaged me. My heartache was very painful and unforeseen. I fell in love hard and hurt hard. Through the pain I found life changing healing. If you have ever had your heart ripped out then this book is for you!
Meet Dacia Collins
Our search for meaning in a life common, takes us to various shores. For some, the experiences on the way give wings to their hopes, dreams and aspirations, opening doors of opportunities. For others, the paths they tread may not be as paved with gold. I have always been of the conviction that whether we succeed to reach our full potential or not, depends a lot on our ability to think deep, reflect and adapt. The gift of reflection is very subtle and can be the lever by which we achieve what we set our hearts to. This work is a compendium of reflections based on my experiences or thoughts shaped by such, and will be of interest to those who love poetry in its various forms. It is requested of the reader to read through some couplets a couple more times than you would normally do, and you will then be able to peel layers which resonate with your own experiences. The beauty of reflection is that it renders meaning and takes you into alleys of imagination, which you may not have traversed earlier. Hope you enjoy the journey as much as I did.
Meet RAVISHANKAR DUVVURI
This poetry collection is universal and reflective of one’s own collective memories through itself as a wake-up to the world around them. What moves from the spiritual to the psyche follows down through the tapestry of colors set before from one’s worldview.
Meet Dea Divi
This is a unique collection of poems that touch on subjects relevante to our times: Politics, climate change, racism, war, and even the infamous pandemic. But there are also more personal subjects, such as depression. The words are genuine, the style is fresh, and every poem is truly heartfelt. Each piece carries a famous quote at the end, some belong to the author himself, which were often my favorites. This is a modern, relevant kind of poetry which I would recommend to everyone, even to those who think they don’t like poetry. -Amazon Review
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Beyond the horizon is a collection of poems by Clifford Malloy. The poems focuses on the themes of love, emotions, reflection and above all metaphysical encounter. This collection introduction new imagery and poetic style. It is unlike any poetry book you may have read. Beyond the horizon is an experience that sticks with you. It’s an intriguing and one-of-a-kind piece of poetry.If you appreciate artistic and unusual imagery in poetry, you won’t want to miss this. Clifford Malloy effectively addressed the themes of love, injustice, and societal unpredictability in this.” It is fresh,new and different!
Meet Clifford Malloy
Mystical Lights” is the third poetry book by L.C. Raker. Be ready to take a journey into your inner soul. Allow yourself to let go of the every day stress. The thoughts that clutter your mind. Relax and read some poetry to ease your heart and soul. The structure of this book is divided into ten parts. Each part is a different type/ format of poetry, this is one for poetry lovers. From Haiku, to Sonnets, Free form, and more this book will surely delight. Remember somethings cannot be explained by logic, only through your inner being. Feel your soul release as you read the pages. Contemplate what it was like to fall in love with yourself. A little love for someone else. This book has something for all lovers. One that should surely should not be missed.
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Author of “The Slums of Nightfall,” William Wright, Jr. has penned another accomplished book of prose. ‘Rhythms of the Eternal Uprising,’ is a deeply reflective collection; the subject matter very relevant and timely. The reader will be carried away by the artful way in which the pieces flow from one to the next; however, it is the content which is compelling and reminiscent of what it is to live in precarious times.The poet speaks of lessons unlearned and revisiting the same subject matter as a society, referencing the darkest of times, when his people were, “swinging from a noose.” Making the analogy of black banners and the call to action re-awakened. “A true peddler of panic, with an arsenal of lies, home crumbles before your eyes,” draws our attention to an apathetic society, with deep seated fears, prepared to do battle and are beating their drums to this rhetoric.Throughout this book are threads of hope, springing eternal. William Wright, Jr. spars within himself to believe in the overall goodness of humanity, trying to maintain a balance between idealism and the reality of the present day. It is a call to all of us to reflect, become our better selves and harken to positive change, finding the eternal hope within us. I am moved by the moments of clarity and beauty in his method of juxtaposition between dark times and confidence that we shall at long last, learn our lesson. This is not a book to be taken lightly, for it is too precious a message to disregard.Brenda-Lee Ranta, author of Myriad of Perceptions