by Theresa Jodray. A
lovely woven poetic journey that will be enjoyed by young and old
alike, told in the form of 12 tiny
tales. Includes photographs by Jodray showing the spectacular raw
beauty of the great state of Alaska, along with photographs by Amanda
Aneas showing glimpses of Southern California.
of souls, by Ward Kelley. Satisfy
your soul's skepticism toward the relevance of history to our present
and listen as Ward's words enunciate new truths. You will find yourself
within these lines as you travel through the "histories of
Bleeds: The Dark Poetry and Other Wanderings of K. S. Wiesner,
by K. S. Wiesner. "Love, faith and fear are the emotions
K.S. Wiesner explores, breathes, reflects in her beautifully flowing
poems." Author Christine Spindler
the Music In Our Hearts, by Minerva Bloom (photographs by Gary Ell). A passionate and vibrant poetic anthology that
makes you want to go back to nature.
|Cotton Candy and Lemon Drops, by Jebbi Maguire. Maguire has committed her pen to the exploration
of the lives of children. She writes approachable, straightforward
poetry that elicits strong emotional responses. This poetry will
resonate with children and parents alike.
Stick #94,912 and Other Poems, by
Coke Brown Jr. The first half
of the book, Names And Faces, features strong,
realistic character portraits that invite the reader to empathize with
all types of human behaviors and attitudes. The second half of the
work, Gray Matters, is made up of rhythmic
philosophical musings and narrative poems from the author's personal
shapes and figures colours half understood, by Adrian
Tellwright. Witty, insightful and often surprising, a real
gem of a collection.
We Live, by Janet I.
Buck. Pure raw emotion best describes this collection of
poetry. Buck's images are accessible, moving, and relevant to all
readers in the grip of human tragedy.
Allegations, by Becky Barbour. The figurative
language that runs through these poems like a thermal thread is
ingenious and original.
by Kevin Wilson. Dreams related to the feelings and concerns
of everyday life.
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