Free poetry Kindle books for 09 Dec 13

The Tears You’ll Never Cry (a poem for mourning the loss of a child)

by KM Zafari

This poem is for anyone who has lost a child. You are free to use it in non-commercial endeavors, such as memorial tributes; please include my name as the author, and please do not alter it in any way.

It was written on 17 December 2012, for the victims of the Sandy Hook massacre.

Allison Wyatt, 6
Ana Marquez-Greene, 6
Avielle Richman, 6
Benjamin Wheeler, 6
Caroline Previdi, 6
Catherine Hubbard, 6
Charlotte Bacon, 6
Chase Kowalski, 7
Daniel Barden, 7
Dylan Hockley, 6
Emilie Parker, 6
Grace McDonnell, 7
Jack Pinto, 6
James Mattioli, 6
Jesse Lewis, 6
Jessica Rekos, 6
Josephine Gay, 7
Madeleine Hsu, 6
Noah Pozner, 6
Olivia Engel, 6

Taken from those who loved them on 14 December 2012.

I pledge to donate 100% of my proceeds from the sale of this poem to charitable organizations benefitting those who have lost children.

Excerpt:

“I would give up my every breath,
if I were able to,
for just one second of the time
I’d thought I’d have with you.

Left wishing for that moment,
one more chance to say goodbye.
Left, alone, to shed for you
the tears you’ll never cry.

No more skinned knees or lost balloons
or wishes not come true…”



Urban Poetry (The Awaking Of A Dead Poet)

by Simeon Landers

This Collection of 50 well written, heartwarming poems explains the journey Simeon Landers took to manhood. From love to sex, from pain to distrust, he captured every emotion imaginable to bring to you a collection of poems that anyone can relate to and understand. Being the first in the series Simeon shows of his exceptional skill as he engages readers in both the emotional and spiritual levels of the human mind.



The Empty Grove

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”

A journey through several islands in the ocean of words.



Hix Eros 2013 (Hix Eros: Poetry Review)

Hix Eros 2013 collects reviews of recent poetry titles from the first two issues. In it you will find:

*Not Suitable For Domestic Sublimation

Jennifer Cooke (Contraband Books, 2012)

Review by David Spittle

Down You Go; Or, Négation De Bruit

Frances Kruk (Punch Press, 2011)

Review by Jimmy Cummins

Teens

Francesca Lisette (Mountain, 2012)

Review by Richard Barrett on page 11

YesYesY

Stephen Nelson (Little Red Leaves, Textile Series, 2013)

Review by Luke Allan

Katrina Sequence

Holly Pester (Intercapillary Editions, 2012)

Review by Scott Thurston

City Break Weekend Songs

Posie Rider (Critical Documents, 2011)

Review by Sarah Hayden

The Odes To TL61P

Keston Sutherland (Enitharmon, 2013)

Review by David Grundy

The Odes To TL61P

Keston Sutherland (Enitharmon, 2013)

Review by Lisa Jeschke

Top Ten Tyres

Gareth Twose (The Red Ceilings Press, 2013)

Review by Tom Jenks

Instar Zero & Team You

Mike Wallace-Hadrill (Critical Documents, 2011 and ©_©, 2012)

Review by Mia Prefab-Chanson

Eleven Days

Rachel Warriner (Run Amok Press, 2011)

Review by Richard Barrett

Animal Crater

by Goat Far DT and Papa Boop Ndiop (Crater Press, 2013)

Review by Anon

False Flags

by Luke Roberts (Mountain Press, 2011)

Review by Stephen Emmerson

Kyotologic and I-Formation Book 1 & Book 2

by Anne Gorrick (Shearsman Book 2008, 2010 & 2012)

Review by William Garvin

Phrenologue

Judah Raanan Rubin (Ugly Duckling Press, 2013)

Review by Sarah Hayden

Silent Diagrams

by Alison Gibb (Knives Forks and Spoons Press, 2013)

Review by Colin Herd

Songs for One Occasion

by Justin Katko (Critical Documents, 2012)

Review by Chris Kerr

SNOW #1

edited by Anthony Barnett and Ian Brinton (Spring 2013)

Review by Lila Matsumoto

Definite Articles: Selected Prose 1973 – 2012

by Tom Leonard (etruscan books / Word Power Books, 2013)

Review by Robin Purves

Ballads

by Richard Owens (Habenicht Press, 2012)

Review by Orlando Reade

alphabetise

by Carol Watts (Intercapillary Editions, 2010)

Review by David Spittle

Reckitt’s Blue

by John Wilkinson (Seagull Books, 2012)

Review by Josh Stanley

Inebriate Debris

by Rosa Van Hensbergen (Punch Press, 2011)

Review by Samantha Walton

Love / All That / & OK

by Emily Critchley (Penned in the Margins, 2011)

Review by Megan Zword



A Small Book of Poems

by Alan Norris

A small book of original, contemporary poetry.



Reflections of a Flibbertigibbet

by Kara Kirkendoll

A Book of Poetry



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