Free poetry Kindle books for 07 Dec 13


by Ronald Ragan

Welcome to Duets. In this collection you will find a selection of poems written by twenty-two different authors, together with a corresponding response to each of them. The poems all centre around love, but some may not be quite what you expect. It is a global collaboration encompassing poets from around the world including America, Europe, Asia and Australia.

We do hope you enjoy what you read as much as we have enjoyed writing it.

Kiss The Ground

by A. M. Palmer

An anthology of poetry written by a young woman living with Cystic Fibrosis and awaiting a double lung transplant. Every poem takes the reader on an emotional journey, a small glimpse into a world full of hope, fear, anxiety and love.

She Stands At The Precipice

by Mike Cooley

Poems I’ve written about love, loss, pain, hope, and redemption.I write what I feel, and I feel what I write.
I hope you love the words. They mean a lot to me.

Nanny’s Christmas Poems

by Noreen Braman

Christmas poems, suitable for family reading.

Rosemary’s Rhymes – For Spiritual Awakening

by Rosemary Christie

A Collection Of Rhymes To Awaken Your Soul.

Bringing More Light Into You

Rosemary’s Rhymes – For Spiritual Awakening are a collection of rhymes that Rosemary the author of Knowing The Secret, Revealing the Truth, and Merging With The Light, Removing Negative Thoughts, wrote over 30 years of her spiritual awakening. Poems are good for the soul and have a vibratory effect. They heighten your consciousness and lead you to knowledge that can awaken your soul. Most of these poems are written in rhyme although there are a few that are not. Included are a couple of poems Rosemary wrote when she changed her life and moved from England to the beautiful Island of Cyprus.

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Ten Epilogues

by Nicolas Guy Williams

Ten poems dedicated to why we should care for the planet
(originally written for Greenpeace, but never published as such.)

The Other History

by Scott Starbuck

Scott T. Starbuck’s THE OTHER HISTORY puts the poet’s lens on the real buried underneath suburban legends of Christopher Columbus “discovering” America and making it a better place, the illusion that hard work in society will commonly be rewarded with material and spiritual success, that corporate and political leadership will figure things out for the common good, and that modern capitalist culture’s onslaught on wild places and wild animals is sustainable. His book refutes these lies by blending news reports with the deeper poetic flow of human feeling that has been “unreported, underreported,” or silenced in popular media and textbooks.

The Poetry Diaries (poetry series)

by Shellie Palmer

A general perspective on life,love and spiritual growth. To inspire and impact others lives.

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