Free poetry Kindle books for 14 Jun 17

Ð?Ñ?сли вслÑ?Ñ?: Ð?Ñ?оникновение (Russian Edition)

by Чебанов Ð?лÑ?я

Ð?еÑ?ед вами эксклÑ?зивнÑ?е сÑ?иÑ?и, несÑ?Ñ?ие лÑ?бовÑ?, вÑ?еменами вÑ?зÑ?ваÑ?Ñ?ие гÑ?Ñ?сÑ?Ñ?, Ñ?оскÑ?. Ð?зменяÑ?Ñ?ие окÑ?Ñ?жаÑ?Ñ?Ñ?Ñ? вас Ñ?еалÑ?носÑ?Ñ? жизни.



Words for the Deaf

by Gavin McInelly

Dear Friends,
Dear Lover,
Dear People,
Dear Me,
Welcome to Words for the Deaf, a transitional book that shows a young man on the edge of adulthood, a boy becoming a man. It not only lets the reader see through a window into his thoughts, dreams, and fears but opens that window so that we can hear the words loud and clear, the words for the deaf. Sometimes silly, other times poignant, Words for the Deaf is a violently honest view of a young man’s journey from a child into an adult. Join him on this journey and learn what it means to hear their words.



Sonnets (Xist Classics)

by William Shakespeare

Enjoy the Beauty of Shakespeare’s Sonnets

“Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?
Thou art more lovely and more temperate: ” â?? William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Sonnets

While William Shakespeare might be most well-known for his plays, his poetry is rich and not to 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.



Poems People Liked (2): lyrical, rhyming & free verse

by Jonathan Finch

This is the second book in the series “Poems People Liked”. The poems were previously published mainly in small-magazine format. Liked and chosen by independent editors, some were also highly commended. They are dedicated to people who don’t feel free and to expats the world over. Like the first volume, the poems explore nature, mortality, emotion, creativity, imprisonment, deviance and endless device. They work on words in right places which attempt to make sense of a confusing array of conflicting experiences in a world where the blacks, the whites, and the greys really are mingling and intermingling with sunrises and sunsets of bafflinglyly conflicting colour where day’s time really is a hotchpotch to be recreated beautifully, the poet hopes. The poems are in two parts. Part A is “The poison that leads to suicide” and Part B is “Living”. Part A deals with suicidal impulses and highly charged, negative emotions while Part B deals with “normal” living.



The Little Book of Braingasms: Short Poems for Trapped Commuters

by Robert Chazz Chute

Barricade the door. Let’s face the abyss together with prose poetry for people who find the funny within the sad. Expect weird ideas and twists of word jazz.

Best known for This Plague of Days, Robert Chazz Chute is the author of crime novels, SFF and some nonfiction. Find out more at AllThatChazz.com.



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