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Gitanjali (Xist Classics)

by Rabindranath Tagore

A Collection of Poems by India’s Greatest Poet “Oh my only friend, my best beloved, the gates are open in my houseâ??do not pass by like a dream.” â?? Rabindranath Tagore, Gitanjali

Gitanjali is a gorgeous collection of poems by Rabindranath Tagore. Filled with profound observations, wisdom, and reflection, this poetry collection from India should not be missed.
This Xist Classics edition has been professionally formatted for e-readers with a linked table of contents. This ebook also contains a bonus book club leadership guide and discussion questions. We hope you’ll share this book with your friends, neighbors and colleagues and can’t wait to hear what you have to say about it.

Poetry Everlasting

by Jordan Zuniga

A book of poems written by Jordan Zuniga!

Comfort in the Dark: A collection of deeply personal poems

by Catharsis Hand

This book is a collection of 40 poems of a dark and deeply personal nature.

Everybody has rough times in their life. Often the dark times are brief, then the darkness is gone and is replaced by a cheerful and comforting light. For some people, however, the dark times linger for extended periods. The best that they can do is to endure it and take solace in whomever or whatever they can.

The darkness has lingered now for most of my life. Reading and writing dark literature has been my solace. The latter has also served as an exorcism of the inner demons that have roiled my being, an attempt to capture and imprison them in words. Though the demons escape each time (and frequently return later), I have captured some small part of them during my attempts. A small selection of those captures are presented to you here.

The writings contain emotions that are dark, morbid, lonely, depressed, angry, sad, anxious, frustrated, heartbroken, and even suicidal as I survived through all those feelings and more. A rare few poems express feelings of love and hope. I include them here to show that all is not gone from the being, that even in darkness there’s a match lit here, or a firefly passes by there, or the moon finally peers through the clouds and briefly there is light. Then all is really, really black again. Most of all, the words are as raw as the emotions that brought them forth.

If you are a cheerful and content person, then I am pleased for you and I hope that life will always treat you well. Perhaps you wish to read this out of curiosity, or maybe to understood the anguish felt by a loved one.

If you are going through a rough time in life, perhaps you will glimpse your own distressing thoughts and emotions here. And maybe the knowledge that someone else has also felt the same as you do will ease the pain within your soul. Maybe it will keep you company in your loneliness, make you feel understood, and be your comfort in the dark.

, and, most of all, the sea,

by Vytautaseneyevich

“‘, and, most of all, the sea,’ a poignantly daring and intuitively eloquent poetry collection, marks the birth of a new writer, a viper who slices through skin and sinew, bites directly into the heart of the reader, and transfuses his golden poison there. Mr. Vytautaseneyevich, a young, queer, Russo-American poet of mixed Afro-Arab ancestry, unleashes his uniquely desolate and staggeringly captivating perspective with a quiet, austere dignity that both overlays and amplifies his cornered-animal screams of longing, anguish, fury, fear, despair, desperation, and defeat, frequently interspersed with tender pieces of kindness, beauty, love, hope, and wonder. Long tortured by clinical depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, Vytautaseneyevich’s poetry naturally orbits around sheer nihilism, and yet he so frequently strives to show us that joy, that simple and sweet substance all too lacking in our congested, fragmented lives, can truly be found anywhere in the sublime.

Exquisite wordplay, divine imagery, and a most remarkable ability to simultaneously gently take one’s hand and guide one’s mind and tear out one’s heart through complete emotional and physical immersion indelibly mark this poet as both a Young Master of his craft and a veritable spokesman and avatar for the youth of modern America, the generation the author himself once named as ‘Bleak.’ This is the fresh, wise voice we have long awaited.

‘, and, most of all, the sea,’ is a major, masterful, and triumphant collection of breathtaking beauty and profound authenticity, and we, entranced by it, are tremendously eager to read so much more. May it come soon.”

Ð?исÑ?Ñ? и Ð?оÑ?ни (Russian Edition)

by Ð?ван АндÑ?еевиÑ? Ð?Ñ?Ñ?лов

Ð?асня Ð?вана АндÑ?еевиÑ?а Ð?Ñ?Ñ?лова (1769â??1844), впеÑ?вÑ?е опÑ?бликованная в 1811 годÑ?. Ð?Ñ?одиÑ? в Ñ?колÑ?нÑ?Ñ? пÑ?огÑ?аммÑ?.

Ð?олк на псаÑ?не (Russian Edition)

by Ð?ван АндÑ?еевиÑ? Ð?Ñ?Ñ?лов

Ð?асня Ð?вана АндÑ?еевиÑ?а Ð?Ñ?Ñ?лова (1769â??1844), впеÑ?вÑ?е опÑ?бликованная в «СÑ?не оÑ?еÑ?есÑ?ва», 1812 г., Ñ?. I, â?? 2, сÑ?Ñ?. 79â??80 (Ñ?ензÑ?Ñ?ное Ñ?азÑ?еÑ?ение оÑ? 7 окÑ?ябÑ?я 1812 г.). Ð?Ñ?одиÑ? в Ñ?колÑ?нÑ?Ñ? пÑ?огÑ?аммÑ?.

СвинÑ?я под Ð?Ñ?бом (Russian Edition)

by Ð?ван АндÑ?еевиÑ? Ð?Ñ?Ñ?лов

Ð?асня Ð?вана АндÑ?еевиÑ?а Ð?Ñ?Ñ?лова (1769â??1844), впеÑ?вÑ?е опÑ?бликованная в «СевеÑ?ной пÑ?еле», 1825 г., â?? 5 (Ñ?ензÑ?Ñ?ное Ñ?азÑ?еÑ?ение оÑ? 9 янваÑ?я 1825 г.). Написана не позднее 1823 года. Ð?Ñ?одиÑ? в Ñ?колÑ?нÑ?Ñ? пÑ?огÑ?аммÑ?.

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