Day to Day Poetry by Glenda Spears
The natural world is a place of solace and peace. When it is reflected in poetry, it brings the reader into that healing place. Nature's Call: Day-to-Day Poetry is just that kind of poetry collection. It will uplift readers with its clear ...
Poems for the Pilgrim Pathway, Volume Two: Reasons for Praise
by Ken Lievers
The Christian pathway is a personal one and a pilgrim one. Those who are committed to following Jesus Christ will develop a set of values, face challenges in their choices, and eventually develop Christlikeness in their character. This inspiring ...
The Sun Neither Rises nor Sets
by Kim LM Longstreet
When Kim Longstreet was six years old, she had a conversation with God. She had already experienced years of tragedy and abuse at that young age, and she would continue to until she was an adult. She was comforted by the words she heard from God ...
A Mother's Tribute to Two Sons
by Sangeeta (vainu) Airi
When we lose a loved one—especially a child— the grief can be overwhelming. Depression sinks in. Without an outlet, it can be impossible to climb back to the light. For anyone who is grieving, A mother's tribute to two sons can be the outlet you ...
The Other Side Of Autumn
Selected Poems 1969 - 2022 by David Phipps
Never again can joy be so free As in the youthful tide. No! Now that I’ve tasted, Have heard, do see, Autumn’s other side. The Other Side of Autumn is a collection of free verse and rhyming poetry that explores the fundamental paradoxes of human ...
This Grief Thing F**king Sucks
by Taya Mikado
Frank and philosophical, gentle and brave, this grief thing F**KING sucks wanders the ghost town of grief, reaching out a hand to those it encounters along the way. Through clear-eyed prose and tender-hearted poetry, Taya Mikado relays her own grief ...
by Carol-Anne Boisvert
“Grief with a plot twist.” “She made me cry, again!” 2022 was the year of growth and healing. While there is no chronological order, each poem portrays the author’s inner work. It’s about coming to terms with past heartaches stretched to their ...
by John Oross
This collection of poetry, prose, open political letters, lyrics, and short stories is mostly autobiographical and entirely illuminating. It is the poignant tale of a life marked by loss but also by strength of character and the will to push forward ...
Third Millennium Poems
Painting with Words by Robert J. Mack
Thanks for thinking of buying this book or for purchasing it already. Below is what the author has provided to give you a snapshot of what you will find within, including a small biography. This book of 161 poems by Robert J. Mack represents a ...
There's a Fractal in My Soup
by James C. MacDonald
These poems engage the reader in a playful and entertaining journey encompassing all the elements of comedy, irony, tragedy, and romance. Enhanced by startling images and capricious humour, they reveal patterns often found in myth, dreams, and ...