Poetry, Subjects & Themes, Nature
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
The Comfort of Stone
New and Selected Poems by Marie Groundwater
The Comfort of Stone is a collection of finely crafted free verse and lyrical poems that trace the author’s intimate recollections of her life experience and family history. The old stories told around the kitchen table become reality as personal ...
by Norman Bruce Ayers
We all create false mountains to climb. Gypsy Muse is a collection of free verse poetry chronicling that journey, and how we move beyond. Its subject matter strolls the depth and breadth of life: reinvention of the self later in life, the majesty ...
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. ...
What I Carry with Me
by Carol A. Stephen
If you have ever wondered what the world looks like through the eyes of a poet, What I Carry with Me offers a glimpse. Only a hint because, as poet Carol A. Stephen illuminates, the world contains endless moments for pause, awe, and reflection. ...
The Looking Glass
Glimpses of Life Through Poetry by Lisa Sherk
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 ...
Poetry, Art and Parkinson's by Chantal Wolf
Painted Words is a collection of twenty-five poems where poet Chantal Wolf finds her artistic voice again following a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease. These poems reflect on and investigate the complexities of the disease, what it means to be ...
La Vie en Poème
by Allison Jane Gonsalves
Life is filled with twists, turns, and powerful emotions that can all be captured in the space of a single poem. Reading poetry enables us to connect to the feelings and experiences we share as part of the human condition. La Vie en Poème invites ...