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  • Soul Healing

    Poetry by a Nurse by

    Wouldn’t you like to know what a nurse thinks about death, grief, and loss? Wouldn’t you like to know how a nurse finds inspiration while dealing with, for instance, the death of a loved one by suicide? Poetry and nursing are not two words that one ...


  • Where I Was and Who I’ve Become

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    I wanna see myself through someone else’s eyes. I wanna try to not live a lie. But it’s hard when every time you’re told a lie. I just want my soul to fly… When Josephine M'Msafiri immigrated to Canada as a young girl, she expected to soar with new ...


  • Mud for the Eyes

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    David Antilla gifts us with this clump of poems that at once moves us to wonder and dares us to think. At times his poems smith with the immediacy of psalm-like candour, and at times with the urgency of apocalyptic truth. But always his images ...


  • Unrequited Expressions

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    Unrequited Expressions is a collection of poetry that deals with a wide variety of social and personal issues, from race, mental health, love, loss, family, and so on. The main idea showcases what it is like to be black in America. Young deals with ...


  • The Other Side of Grief

    There is Life After Loss by

    No one should have to feel alone in their grief. The Other Side of Grief offers simple, compassionate, relatable poems that explore the complicated emotions of the grieving process. From her own experiences with shock and despair, in relation to ...


  • Rhythm of Darkness

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    Blinded by the darkness, feeling as though life could not get any worse? It can always be worse. Put yourself in the shoes of others. Take the time to imagine; to feel what they have felt when their lives took a terrible turn. Open up your soul to ...


  • Freedom

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    Finding meaning in life and giving weight to everything we do—this is the essence of Freedom. Ah-ha moments and epiphanies don’t happen very often in our lives. But, when they do, wouldn’t it be wonderful to record them, to reflect upon them at a ...


  • War

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    Unique, genuine, and visceral. Dorach, in his first volume, shares a selection of 224 darkly intense personal poems themed around love, sex (the beginning of life) and death (the end of it) and the pain of tragedies that sometimes unfold between ...


  • From Splintered Soul

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    Scott McBride’s struggle with depression, anxiety and grief forced him to acknowledge the illogical, seemingly insurmountable abyss of mental illness, through writing poetry. The poems are raw, visceral illuminations of Despair and Struggle. Rare ...


  • The Primrose Path

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    The Primrose Path is a near autobiography of hope, love, heartbreak, and the way life calls for acceptance of others’ choices if advancements are to be made. Aimed at the population of young folks negotiating the balance of challenge and pleasure in ...