Free poetry Kindle books for 27 Nov 15

Twas the Night Before Christmas

by Clement C. Moore

Larnaca Press makes the world’s greatest literature available at the touch of a button for less than a dollar, and every book has a linked table of contents to make reading easier. 

Twas the Night Before Christmas is a poem that is read and adored by millions of people every year during the holiday season. This edition includes illustrations.



Perfect Imperfection: I Am, Who I AM (Inspirational Poetry)

by Angie Taylor Reames

Angie Taylor Reames has been writing poetry since she was fourteen years old. She believes that the best way to find healing is to be transparent and minister from her misery. Angie is from South Carolina and grew up thinking that she had to be perfect (for imperfect people). With time, lessons, experience and maturity later in life Angie realized that she is perfectly imperfect and she is exactly who God created her to be. Angie wrote this book as it was a valuable necessity in inspiring others in Christ. She enjoys ministering through poetry as it is a way of motivating others and uplifting the Word of God and encouraging others to be their best self. She loves to share her smile with others because you never know when others are having a bad day.

1 Corinthians 15:10

“I am what I am by God’s grace, and God’s grace hasn’t been for nothing. In fact, I have worked harder than all the othersâ??that is, it wasn’t me but the grace of God that is with me.”



Beyond the Rim: A Collection of Speculative Poetry

by Justin Bohardt

This collection of poetry from Justin Bohardt is actually the combination of two separate collections that had previously been released exclusively as E-books under the titles Solar Tempests and We’re All Gaijin on Mars. Although stylistically quite different, the two collections both reflect the same genre of speculative poetry- works in the science-fiction, fantasy and (occasionally) horror categories.



The Book I Never Wrote: The Introduction (The Kenny Jones Series)

by Kenny Jones

Fuck the world, I am the illustrator of my reality. I am the black widowed spider, I take shit, I don’t earn it. There is no “editation” style, I’m writing this how it’s written, so take it how it’s given. Decree this book as the deepest, unprofessional, bible of rhythm. For it is not “What I say” it’s “How I say it”, this is the song that every radio has but won’t play it, you may not like what I say, but you love how I say it. I’ll sit in the middle of disaster and create chaos, watch you put the fire out than make love to bizarre entities. My People, love REAL shit, regardless of what culture we maybe in, whether it’s African/American, Bahamian, Haitian, Jamaican, etc. We live in reality more than anybody, words are powerful, but how powerful are they? That’s what they don’t tell us. The whip of the tongue is strikingly more painful than the physical strike. This time I will be raw, next time I will be soft. So this time pay attention, but next time…don’t listen.

Fuck a synopsis just believe in me and trust my guidance.

Facebook.com/TheBookINeverWrote



Thin Black Road

by Julie C. Gilbert

There’s a thin black road

I have traveled many times.

It leads to peace

In so many ways.

It’s kind of hard to describe

For the road’s oft unclear.

It unfolds to me

Like a lovely gift

One word at a time.

Then, music fills in the gaps,

Making worries fade away,

As unexplainable peace pours in.

There’s a thin black road

It leads me to peace.

When good or ill tidings come

To threaten my equilibrium,

I will travel that road

And return to peaceful calm.



Birds in the Rain

by Christian Cashelle

“My wings may be delicate and easily bruised, but there is a strength that lies within them that cannot lose. God’s protection has allowed them to carry me with grace. His loves proves that I can soar, even when it rains.”

Christian Cashelle is the CEO of Dynamic Image Publications. Although all of her published work is fiction, she has been writing poetry since grade school. Cashelle completed her Masters in Fine Arts in Writing and her Masters in Administration in Management at Lindenwood University in Missouri.

 

Birds in the Rain is a collection of poetry inspired by the art of getting up when life knocks you down. It is dedicated to the stories of triumph that matter to the heart. Lost love knocks you down, death knocks you down, emotions knock you down, universal tragedies knock you down, but the amazing thing about flying in the rain is that the cleanse will make the journey much more rewarding.



Greybeards at Play

by G.K. Chesterton

G.K. Chesterton was an English writer, theologian and poet.  Chesterton, also known as the prince of paradox, wrote on a vast variety of subjects using an unorthodox yet interesting writing style.  This edition of Greybeards at Play includes a table of contents.



The Wild Knight and Other Poems

by G.K. Chesterton

G.K. Chesterton was an English writer, theologian and poet.  Chesterton, also known as the prince of paradox, wrote on a vast variety of subjects using an unorthodox yet interesting writing style.  This edition of The Wild Knight and Other Poems includes a table of contents.



still the lilacs bloom: a collection of poetry

by Miranda Beall

To my beloved sister, who passed away at 55.



Don Juan

by Lord Byron

At a time when the Romantic movement was sweeping the European continent in the early 19th century, among musicians, writers and playwrights, perhaps nobody embodied and personified the Romantic movement quite like Lord Byron, the famous English poet whose life and works are both the stuff of legend.

In addition to being celebrated for poems like She Walks in Beauty, When We Two Parted, and So, we’ll go no more a roving, Byron was also notorious for living in excess, racking up debts and liaisons at increasingly reckless speeds. Despite his fame and abilities, he eventually exiled himself, ultimately traveling to fight in the Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Turks. Lord Byron would fall ill and die during the war at the young age of 36, but the Greeks consider him a national hero, and people have been reading his material and talking about his life ever since. 



THE PROGRAM

by S.E. McKenzie

‘THE PROGRAM’ is S.E. McKenzie’s 31st epic poem. ‘THE PROGRAM’ is a work of fiction which explores the limits on personal freedom.



Metamorphosis

by Joy Klink

A collection of poetry putting into words thoughts and feelings that the world all too often sees as behind-the-scenes and unnecessary for public knowledge.



The Story of American Slavery: A Poem (A Black History Journey Book 3)

by Margaret McCants

The Story of American Slavery is a long poem, broken up into several parts, that chronicles significant events in the development of slavery, from the 1400’s to The Civil War. It is the third book in A Black History Journey Poetry Book Series.

There are three books in the series. The first book includes over 110 poems on African-American history. The second is a short book based on a true slave narrative called, The Story of Zangara.

A Black History Journey presents African-American History from a perspective that seeks to humanize, clarify, and elevate our collective understanding of a people often historically misunderstood within American society.

Ebooks are available on Amazon and paperbacks can be ordered on the author’s site: http://www.margaretmccants.com



The Story of Zangara: A Poem (A Black History Journey Book 2)

by Margaret McCants

The Story of Zangara is the second book in A Black History Journey Poetry Book Series. It is a poem adapted from a true slave narrative written by a man named Zangara. It tells the story of his youth in Africa, African village life, his capture, passage to America, as well as the trials he and his family suffer as slaves.

There are three books in A Black History Journey Poetry Book Series. This is the second book. The first book includes over 110 poems on African-American history. The third book is called The Story of American Slavery. It is a long poem that chronicles significant events from the 1400’s to The Civil War.

Ebooks are available on Amazon and paperbacks can be ordered on the author’s site: http://www.margaretmccants.com



Reset a World: Poems for all (Edition English/italian)

POEMS FOR THE WORLD TODAY



The Day I Killed Myself: A Collection of Poems

A stroll through my madness.



Even butterflies die

by Steve Price

More lyrics from an open mind. I try to write what I feel and not always succeeding in what I want to express. A crazy thing the mind. My thoughts and opinions in this book as with other books written by me are my own opinion and do not seek to insult or persuade anyone else.



Just Keeping It Simple.

by Darren Hobson

This is the latest edition to the Just series of books, this time the author has returned to basics bringing the reader a simple and cleaner style of poetry.

There are many different themes to his poetry from his opinions and life changing events and including funny poems to make your day a happier environment. Everybody who is somebody in the life of this extraordinary poet makes an appearance. This indie author continues to write so many wonderful stories.

With this eBook the poet will close his writing extravaganza for the year 2015.



Traditional Christmas Poetry

by Nina Harling

A collection of twenty, festive, family poems. Traditional and fun. A great read for the holiday season. It has a nostalgic, warm feel, and it will conjure up emotive memories from Christmases past. Sending a magical festive spirit your way.



Silent Nightingale

by Dorene Withers

Poetry by Dorene Withers



Amongst these Pilgrim People: Poems of ministry and place

by David Potter

Amongst these Pilgrim People: Poems of Ministry and Place.

A collection of poetry in three parts. Poems inspired by the challenge and change of local ministry; Chritmas songs inspired by the story of love and hope for all; and, three Haiku poems of place incident that were just fun to write.



Expressions and Revelations

by Joy Klink

A collection of poetry about life and love, and the struggles – both internal and external – that come along with both.



Speak The Unspeakable: Cool words for an overheating world

by Tim Ellis

A collection of poems on a theme of climate change, to mark the COP21 United Nations Conference on climate change in Paris.



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