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  • It's All About You

    Poems to Inspire & Encourage Your Heart, Mind, & Spirit. by

    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 ...


  • This Grief Thing F**king Sucks

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    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 ...


  • The Looking Glass

    Glimpses of Life Through Poetry by

    After a long day, relaxing on the couch with a cup of tea and a book can be the perfect way to unwind. The Looking Glass evokes this comfort: stormy weather outside and you, the reader, warm and cozy inside. This collection of rhyming and free verse ...


  • Scars and Stars

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    Exploring love, death, grief, life, and cats named Bob, Kenneth Thompson touches on these themes with a deft hand an affinity for rhyme. He offers insightful twists and turns in a manner of just a few lines that allows the reader to relate, ...


  • Cutting Pieces in Darkness & Light

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    This collection of lyrical and thoughtful free verse poetry takes readers on a journey through life's thoughts and sentiments. Everything from the loss of a mother to the ache of heartbreak is given a moment on the page. Readers can feel the beat of ...


  • Summer Seas and Autumn Leaves

    A Small Collection of Poems by

    Summer Seas and Autumn Leaves is a short collection of eighteen poems that pack a big punch. Written over a span of seventy years, these are poems from the author’s early days as a father to the present day in 2022. Themes of personal loss, ...


  • eyes.

    a collection of poems by

    This collection of poems covers a wide range of topics—death, mental health, relationships, loss, substance use, nihilism—all from the perspective of an emerging poet. Rendered clearly, economically, and frankly, these poems show us, rather than ...


  • 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 ...


  • A Life Untrusted

    Poetry by Ken Hryciuk c.1981 by

    The words within this book of poetry were written during a special period of my life during the early 1980's, a time when I built, and also messed up, relationships with a lot of good people. The words were typed out on an old Underwood typewriter ...


  • From Light to Dark

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    I remember walking slowly and growing tired easily. Those were the earliest signs that something was wrong. The answers came years later when I was diagnosed with a life threatening illness and to break my heart even more, so was my sister. This ...