Free poetry Kindle books for 11 Dec 13

The Lady of the Lake

by Sir Walter Scott

Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) was a popular Scottish writer in the 19th century. Scott’s most famous work is Ivanhoe and he also wrote many other famous historical novels. This version of Scott’s The Lady of the Lake includes a table of contents.



Evangeline

by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie is a poem which tells the story of an Acadian girl named Evangeline. It’s considered one of Longfellow’s most famous works. A table of contents is included.



Psalms

by John Milton

John Milton was an English poet and civil servant for the Commonwealth of England. Milton’s poetry was heavily influenced by the political issues of his day. Milton’s most famous poems are Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained. This version of Milton’s Psalms includes a table of contents.



The Prose Edda

by Snorri Sturluson

The Prose Edda was written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. It is a compilation of Scandinavian poetry describing many of their myths and folklore. This edition was translated by Arthur Gilchrist Brodeur in 1916. Heraklion Press has included a linked table of contents.



Essence Of Love

by Harley Flamez

This book is a poetry book filled with lesbian love.A poetry book dedicated to my Partner Stacey.It contains some erotic poetry but mostly romance and love.



15 poems

by Sascha Benjamin Cohen

a little chapbook of poems old and new



Africa Where Art Thou?

by Abigail George

Africa Where Art Thou was a work in progress, a culmination of ideas that spanned six years. Africans, through the generations, have been nomads and travelers of the world. Female artists, writers and poets, who did not have a voice, their soul could never be at rest.

One of the ways in which you die, the poet reckons is that when you feel invisible you do not have a voice. As a child, she grew up in different times. Times when children were still that innocent and pure.

The poet who penned Africa Where Art Thou reckons that when you do not have a voice it is not only your spirit and your soul that is rendered invisible but the heart and the bloodline of your generation.

So in the framework of love, war and politics the poet makes her impassioned plea to be understood, that her generation will stand to be represented and counted and she nurtures others that dare to follow in her footsteps.



Outshining The Stars

by Robert Bleattler

Outshining the stars is a personal collection of poems that I have written over the years, mostly regarding my own personal emotions as they related to my life at the time.



RED VERSES OF A POET

by Edgar Allan Poet

Unforgettable poems of a life on the line.



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by Nikolay Udovichenko

MOI DOROGI (MY WAYS) this book reflects the way of my life. It contains poems, short stories, a little romance. This book is not a documentary, it’s a work of art. With this book you will visit many countries, you will see interesting people. The author wishes you all a good read and fun.



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