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  • My Soul Speaks

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    The soul is trapped in our mortal bodies waiting to break free like a caterpillar struggling against the cocoon. Yet the soul will not be silenced. It whispers sweet messages of comfort and shouts loudly to get our attention. It is the best friend ...


  • Vignettes In Verse ~ Expanded

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    Instead of serving time, let time be the servant, offering on the platter of progress an opportunity to slowly peel back the layers of your life, eventually coming to an understanding about what it is that brought you here in the first ...


  • Family and Friends Along the Way

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    This is my story. About a gay guy born and raised in suburban Toronto. It is about being different and about the struggle to discover and recognize my gayness in a society that shunned and targeted gay youth and men. But it is not just about ...


  • Down the Highway, a Peace

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    The northern Great Plains have given this poet a first canvas for his imaginative art as found in his first published poetry collection. In recent years he has began to struggle with the difficult topics of his home region, primarily the ...


  • Twenty Two for 22

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    In these uncertain, tumultuous times, our collective vulnerability has been heightened, and positivity has become a precious commodity. More than ever, people are looking for hope and inspiration, and a little magic. Twenty-Two for 22—a collection ...


  • Salvation

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    Who is Iso Masih?? Ihu Karaiti?? Yexus Khetos?? With forty-one names for Jesus Christ woven into her poem, the author has written a stunningly unique biography of the Savior, beginning before creation and concluding with His eternal glory. The ...


  • To Hell And Back

    A Life in Addiction and Recovery in Poem by

    Do you know what it’s like to go to hell and back? For those of us who live through addiction, the experience is all too familiar. This was the fate of author Steven L. Massé, who spent the whole of his adult life—and much of his childhood—in an ...


  • Skunk in the Wilderness

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    I believe in God when I see a dandelion pressing through the rupture in the pavement. A tiny golden sun forcing its way through the darkness, hell-bent on growing. Recognizing the sacred in the everyday, protecting an ailing earth, opening to ...


  • Gifts of Insight

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    These short, lyric poems range from playfully haiku-like to candidly confessional. In them, Michelle reflects on nature, sensory experience, and her own personal journey through life’s trials and tribulations. The result is a call to interoception ...


  • A World Diverse

    Poems by

    Through prose and poetry, A World Diverse is a personal account of David Edmond’s 34-year plus career in the Royal Canadian Air Force. His inspiration to pick up the pen came after the death of his wife due to complications from Parkinson’s disease. ...