Poetry, Subjects & Themes, Inspirational & Religious
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 ...
It's All About You
Poems to Inspire & Encourage Your Heart, Mind, & Spirit. by Dr. Gloria J. Nichols
Lord, no one loves me like You. No one comforts me like You. No one shelters me like You. There is no one, there is no one like You. Lord, no one can give me peace but You. No one can give me hope but You. No one can give me strength but You. There ...
A Lifetime of Feelings
by David Edmond
This collection of free verse poetry examines the deep questions of the human condition: death and disease, love and God, and the endurance of the human spirit. Inspired by the author’s life, the poems are both unique and universal, asking readers ...
by Trudy Kleckner
In her third collection of poetry, Trudy Kleckner reminds us of the transformative power of attention, describing with wonder the unaffected beauty of nature and the preciousness of human life. These poems offer pause for reflection and nourishment ...
A Bedouin Dies in the City
And Other Works by Muna Abougoush
A Bedouin Dies in the City is a deep, introspective collection of short stories and poems that will challenge readers’ thoughts and feelings regarding a variety of topics, from faith to identity to love, revenge, and death. Above all, it calls ...
The Way Words Live
A Collection of Writings by Sylvia Beveridge
A lifetime of poems, short stories and contemplations, Sylvia’s The Way Words Live is a collection that reflects her rich personal history, her many joys and sorrows, and her pithy observations of a life well-lived. Born in Calcutta, India in ...
by R. Lavender
Everyone’s heard the saying, “The world doesn’t revolve around you,” and while it's true in a sense, it can also make us feel unimportant, or like a burden. Poetry changes our relationship between the world and ourselves, recentering us and ...
Once is so Many
Springwater Poems by Robert G. Watson
This collection of spiritual poems derives mostly from the author’s years of meditation work. The result is a series of thoughtful, meditative, poetic bursts that draw on the natural world, emotion, and what it means to be in the present moment. ...
maybe this is a story about water
by Jessica Wiebe Schafer
maybe this is a story about water explores what it means to hold spiritual beliefs in the face of a changing world. It questions, seeks, grieves, explores new answers, and ultimately celebrates the joy that can be found in connection to the world ...
Here I Am
by Calvin S. Brown
The world at times seems covered in darkness, but the light we are searching for is within each of us. It has never left us, and never will. Here I Am is an examination of that darkness and light, a poetic revaluation of the mind. Through free ...