Poetry, Subjects & Themes, Places
There's a Fractal in My Soup
by James C. MacDonald
These poems engage the reader in a playful and entertaining journey encompassing all the elements of comedy, irony, tragedy, and romance. Enhanced by startling images and capricious humour, they reveal patterns often found in myth, dreams, and ...
Sun, Sky, Sea, and Sometimes Mud!
by Joan Lavern Marshall Wilkinson and Verlyne V Forde
For Joan L. Marshall, there are powerful metaphors buried in the word “mud.” Not just the natural material that squelches under a child’s bare feet when playing at the beach, but complex memories of coming of age in her native Barbados. Sun, Sky, ...
Dis-Shelter of Being
Poems 1978-1984 by Bernhard Radloff
The poems collected in this volume offer personal and philosophical reflections on an age of disintegration. Written in the late 1970s and early 1980s, it is divided into three parts. The second Part arose out of the character of the author's ...
Wolves on the Road
Words of Land, Love and Loss by Ulrich Wendt
The phone rings and it is our neighbour to the east of us. There are wolves on the road again, heading our way. When we hurry to look, there they are–three wolves, bigger than you’d expect, trotting confidently on the packed snow in the middle. A ...
Rebel Dove Poems
Poet passenger pigeons taken over the Way of Horus notify their messages along the pharaonic line by Sylvia Horricks
Rebel doves in kite formation num’rous fly. Above Horus Way line, Thoth’s envoys darken lunar tides. A flock of passenger pigeons transformed military messages into poems on what they saw between watchtowers on the Way of Horus and Tanis. Over the ...
Silences and Solitude
by Richard Torrans
Silences and Solitude is a six-part collection of lyric and narrative poetry and one thirteen-page dramatic poem. It was written over a forty-year span and contains poems that are remarkable perspectives on extraordinary places. This collection ...
Exclamations and Disequilibriums by Barbara Simmons
This collection of free-verse poetry travels, along with the author, across her lifetime—from high school through college and graduate school, past marriage, divorce, and the death of a parent, deep into raising children, always finding a new path ...
Flowing Over the Land and Water
A Settler's Reflections on the Decolonization of Self and Systems by Michael Pealow
We are living in a time characterized by violence in many forms, stemming from systems built upon mental models that need to be challenged. Flowing Over the Land and Water—a collection of poetic reflections—marks a threshold for anyone on a ...
Treasure of Pearls
Celebrating Life Lived, in Poetry by Selwyn Almeida
This collection of poems and illustrations celebrates the vision-widening joys of travel and multiculturalism while bringing to light the urgent need for tolerance, love, compassion, and respect for the old, young, and vulnerable. Author Selwyn ...
Home is Here
a memoir by Yin Xzi Ho
Where do you come from? Where do you call home? Why? Often, when we think about belonging, we associate it with our country of birth, or the country we are raised in. This stems from the common belief that the place of one’s origin is the place ...