Free poetry Kindle books for 13 Dec 16

Shadows of the Heart

by Danny McWhorter

What is it that fuels each and every one of us in this world? For me, it is my family. Since I got started writing back in 2007, I have found such a sense of fulfillment in my own life. I enjoy writing about my experiences with anxiety and depression, what interests me, and other people. I look forward to sharing my thoughts with the world. I have learned everyone needs to know that they are not alone. With each passing day, I become stronger and I look forward to a bright future. No matter where it may take me.

twenty days & nights: poems from an ordinary life

by c.b. eady

A poetic exploration of family, love, and death spanning a twenty day period in the emotional life of this Canadian author, designer, and mother.

The Ideation of Six Feet Under: The Wade Radford Poetry Collection 2015-2016

by Wade Radford

Chaotic, Opinionated, Anarchic- Wade Radford, once known for his underground independent films & writing has been M.I.A for two years.

â??Ideation of Six Feet Under’ documents his personal, raw, and brutally honest Poetry and Prose over the last two years (2015-2016).

Hand selected from notes written on his mobile phone memos, laptop and scrap paper, this collection represents a variety of thoughts, from personal struggles, heart break and fundamental beliefs.

Largely respected as a â??D.I.Y’ artist in film, Wade formally released books from his bedroom as well as releasing â??read aloud’ poetry online to a worldwide audience.

This collection is a candid representation of experiences that digs way deeper into private emotions than his previous â??Political’ 2014 release, â??Master Crotch & The Sex Hungry Human Minions’.

After a battle with Depression & falling in love for the first time, ‘Ideation of Six Feet Under’ provides something we can all relate too!

This is Wade.

*** Note Kindle release of ‘The Ideation of Six Feet Under’ differs from the Paperback in that it does not include pictures***

‘Twas The Night Before Christmas: – A Parody

by Serena Silenced

Just for fun. You are about to enjoy a parody of the classic – ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas.
This short poem is not intended for children.
Hope you get a laugh!
Merry Christmas!
– Serena

A Confederacy of Joy: Poems

by Juan-Paolo Perre

Juan-Paolo Perre is the 2014 Legacy Poetry Award Series selected author. Evoking the haunting spectre of Federico García Lorca’s duende, this auspicious debut collection hums of a humane music with themes both personal and universal. These are the poems of a soul seeking and of one searching. They are the poems of the prodigal – who journeys out eager into the world and returns having found it once again in shades bucolic, melancholic and buoyant.

One can clearly see in these poems his ancestral bloodline: from Pablo Neruda to Hart Crane and Walt Whitman to Philip Levine. These poems clamour with a sure and pervasive vision.

In fact, these are, in their purest essence, love poems: sometimes solemn as prayers and more often than not, rhapsodic; the love of words, of place, of persons past and present and a love for and of a world which seems always in a miraculous flux between the sacred and profane.

Like incantations or the lingering lyric of a departed balladeer, they are the poems written by a new type of visionary – one that sees the world but then dares to step back into it – taking his place once again but now militantly hopeful and armed with a certain kind of impenitent joy.

Born in Siena, Italy, Mr. Perre emigrated as a child to London, England and then later to New York City. An acclaimed polymath, he regularly engages in “a nifty, polymathic juggling act” with a variety of art forms.

Walking The Edge: An Off The Shelf Collection

by Andrew Sparke

The collected work of a vibrant writers circle from Birmingham. A taster for individual poetry collections in preparation or already published

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