Free poetry Kindle books for 10 Aug 16

War and Peace

by Thaddeus Tadeusz Hutyra

Anthology of poems dedicated to peace and love by Thaddeus Tadeusz Hutyra



Come, Wewoka & Diary of Medicine Flower

by Edward C. Patterson

The Trail of Tears left a deep mark on the Cherokee nation, a mark that still ripples through the descendants of that culture. It should also leave an indelible mark on the current conscience. Come, Wewoka – Poems on the Trail of Tears is a collection of heartfelt reflections on Cherokee culture during those days and after.

Diary of Medicine Flower – Cherokee Aphorisms is prose-poetry reflecting Cherokee views on modern life. Together, these two works provide a sense of the vibrancy of Cherokee culture that is far from faded, but in well worth the sampling.

Edward C. Patterson (Nv-wo-di A-tsi-lv-s-gi) is the author of several cross-cultural novels, including Bobby’s Trace, No Irish Need Apply and Cutting the Cheese. His recent poetry anthology, The Clandestine Closet, has been well received.



Come, Wewoka

by Edward C. Patterson

The Trail of Tears left a deep mark on the Cherokee nation, a mark that still ripples through the descendants of that culture. It should also leave an indelible mark on the current conscience. Come, Wewoka – Poems on the Trail of Tears is a collection of heartfelt reflections on Cherokee culture during those days and after.

Diary of Medicine Flower – Cherokee Aphorisms is prose-poetry reflecting Cherokee views on modern life. Together, these two works provide a sense of the vibrancy of Cherokee culture that is far from faded, but in well worth the sampling.



Poetry Collection I: Perspectives

by PARAMA K. WILLIAMS

Perspectives is my first poetry collection, written at the juncture of many transitions in my life all at once: spirituality, relationships, career, home, identity: Many of these poems talk of love, others reflect a deep yearning, while some illustrate a raging internal battleâ?¦.

I had grown discontented with my life and was coming to terms with much of what I felt was missingâ?¦. I had finally begun to fill myself with things that I had denied myself, limiting myself through self-loathing, guilt, shameâ?¦.

One can tell from how these poems are sequenced that they tell a story — a chronology of life events, reflecting my internal struggles, insights, understanding of myself and the world around me.

Transforming into something more liberated; a spiritual renewal that I was ready to embrace; choosing to love, even though I could be deeply hurt againâ?¦. Healing through finding a voice and letting it soar on angel wings.

Now age 39, I was separated two years ago from a partner who had become ill. He suddenly disappeared from my life, abandoning me at a time when most people my age were having children, buying homes, cars, going on vacations, reaching the apex of their adult lives; yet, I felt like I had lost everythingâ?¦



Poems of Daily Encouragement Volume 1

by Larmaine Chapman

Poem of Daily Encouragement Vol 1 is a list of 16 poems that are about encouragement during the daily toils of life. The feature poem “What is Encouragement?”, gives a breakdown of the definition of encouragement and what must happen for it to continue. This is a great book for teens to adults to gain encouragement everyday. USAGE IN SPOKEN WORD IS ACCEPTED, just don”t claim this as your own work.



A Dose of Pure and Simple: and not too deep poems by a Canadian poet

by KA McKinnon

Do you miss the days when you could actually understand poetry? I do. And so I set out to write some uncomplicated poems that can be enjoyed by all readers. Here is your chance to harken back to days gone by when you might have actually mixed up your reading tastes with a sprinkling of poetry among your reading adventures.



The Call of Man

by John Osiemo

This book contains the best life-changing collection of poems that will greatly change your life and our world in whole. Each poem contains a distinct theme for the reader to ponder. For engagement with the reader, each poem is followed with a short reflection which is intended to allow the reader to pause for a moment to reflect on the contents of the poem.



SEXY GOLLY

by DILEEP KANDAMCHALIL

‘Oh my dear Golly why have you cheated me?’



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