Free poetry Kindle books for 05 Dec 13

Moving Forward

by Heather Little

Moving Forward is a collection of poetry by author Heather V. Little. Ranging from the inspirational “Moving Forward” to the sci-fi inspired “Robotic Hands” this collection of electic poetry can be enjoyed by any poetry lover.



Kisses from Death

by Jesika Westbrook

This collection of poems focuses on the beyond, love of the macabre variety, and the bonds we all hold with our inevitable doom. These are no limericks or happy, jaunting poems that rock on rhyming waves. Do not go in expecting that. Enter with an open mind and heart.



Glance Into My Soul

by Allyson M. Deese

A poetry collection from the soul of author Allyson M. Deese.



Snow Falling

by A. M. Palmer

Snow Falling is a holiday themed poetry book, written by award winning author A. M. Palmer. Old fashioned poetry, with rhyming, rhythm and messages that will make you laugh, cry and rejoice in the beauty of life and love. A wonderful book to read over the holidays. Share it with your family, your friends and your neighbors.



inDependence

by K. R. Albers

Collected Poems & Essays



Touch: Collection of Erotic Poetry

by Caramel Vixen

A collection of arousing and enticing erotic poetry by Caramel Vixen.



The Town Of Bones

by Nicolas Guy Williams

The Preludes was an attempt to follow an evolutionary direction in the thought; image and music of the style of my poetry and writing and to move into ever deeper philosophical images and concepts , I treat the entire group of collections that I call The Preludes as an ocean of words, whereas I have often treated the entire group of collections that came before it (collectively known as The Excanto) as a city of words. So I would describe (as the writer) all of The Preludes collections as an ocean of words dotted with the occasional island or rocky outcrop, where it is quite possible that the next group of collections to come after this one will rise out of this sea like a new continent to explore, hence the collective name for the group The preludes “Both Musical & the thing that comes first before the next but gently hints at what is to come”

Sailing towards the new continent on the ocean of words …. and deep into the coastal seas and the offshore islands and into the first Port of the New Continent of words.



A Long Cold Lonely Winter: The Straight Path through Sobriety

by Saro Bedian

Poetic verse spanning several months of the author’s life, the experiences of the past giving rise to the present, the present seeking ahead into the future, the madness and intensity of bipolar disorder and the inspiration of word to page that came of it.



Between The Lighthouse And The Windmill

by Nicolas Guy Williams

49 poems from the facebook and mobile phone experiments – written between the lighthouse and the windmill on the Fylde and on into the nearest city, north west england.



Book of poems–it’s a mixed bag

by Robert Bennett

(Edited)Book of poems is a mixed bag of things that have happened in my life,people that have influenced me,events that have captured my imagination.

There is something for everyone in this book of poems and i hope you enjoy.



Crack the Spine Spring 2013

Crack the Spine. Go ahead, you know you want to. Just bend a fresh book until your hands meet beneath its stressed strings and feel the weight of words snap free. Dig in. This anthology includes the best poems and stories from Crack the Spine Literary Magazine’s weekly publications. Authors: Marie Abate, L. Alexandra, Audrey Allen, Rachel Berger, Donavon Davidson, Colin Dodds, Molly Fuller, Adam J. Galanski, Janae Green, John Grochalski, Strother K. Hall, Christina Harrington, Max Henderson, Brian Hobbs, Chelsea Johnson, Dini Karasik, Jane Rosenberg LaForge, Randi Lee, Chad Lowther, Jennifer Mayo, Steven Minchin, Christina Murphy, Maury Nicely, Linda Niehoff, Olyn Ozbick, Krista Ramsay, Robyn Ritchie, Robert Scotellaro, Samuel Snoek-Brown, Karina van Berkum, Haden Verble, Michael Welch



Dark Of Wing In Winter’s Fylde

by Nicolas Guy Williams

A journey through small collections of Poetry (mostly written on Mobile phones) .taken from “The Visions – A large collection)



The Eyes Of The Raven

by Nicolas Guy Williams

The journey of a raven – 38 short poems from a large collection called The Visions



The Fugues

by Nicolas Guy Williams

Poetry
60 Cantos from The Images
(Selected Cantos from The Images, a poem in several books – this selection is from book 1 (entitled Gestus))



Journey

by Greg Dye

The journey of life isn’t a straight forward one. Paths curve, people get lost, and we lose sight of what really matters so many times. As years pass, we grow, we learn, and we hurt. We see life isn’t so simple, and that good and evil curve. Questions may be more important than answers, and the journey may be more important than the destination.



Lasting through the Autumn Ghosts

by Nicolas Guy Williams

53 poems from Autumn 2010 (mostly written on Facebook and Mobile Phone txt format) – From “The Visions”



Mantras From the Stumbling Stars

by Nicolas Guy Williams

More escapades into instant poetry using mobile phones and facebook from 2010.
Largely automatic and also experimental and quite often minimalistic –
inspired by the haiku of the mind in motion. 61 Poems.



The Random Glances

by Nicolas Guy Williams

46 poems from mobile phone and Facebook experiments largely automatic
instant poems – along with a small selection from a journey in China.



So Far, Yet So Near

by Cheryl Beasley

A collection of poems about love, pain, joy, and victory.



The Soul Of The Butterfly

by Nicolas Guy Williams

A collection of poetry expanded from the idea of evolving a new mythology for the 21st Century, containing themes of love, death, society seen from below, and exploration of prophetic vision, shamanic spirituality in modern life, this volume quickly became more intent on a simpler vision as it evolved.



The Tides Of Loss And Of Lament

by Nicolas Guy Williams

The Preludes was an attempt to follow an evolutionary direction in the thought; image and music of the style of my poetry and writing and to move into ever deeper philosophical images and concepts , I treat the entire group of collections that I call The Preludes as an ocean of words, whereas I have often treated the entire group of collections that came before it (collectively known as The Excanto) as a city of words. So I would describe (as the writer) all of The Preludes collections as an ocean of words dotted with the occasional island or rocky outcrop, where it is quite possible that the next group of collections to come after this one will rise out of this sea like a new continent to explore, hence the collective name for the group The preludes “Both Musical & the thing that comes first before the next but gently hints at what is to come”

Sailing through a mournful sea … the journey continues …



Poetic Perspectives Vol 2: Love & Sex

by J. R. Martin

Poetry of a more romantic and erotic nature



Poetry In Motion

by Chandre Bronkhorst

A collaboration of poem’s from author Chandre Bronkhorst, author Cody Toye and Sophie Phillips. with poem’s such as Promise Me a Lie, Moonatic Wolf and Magic. let their words fill your imagination and allow your emotions to run free.



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