Free poetry Kindle books for 02 Aug 18

Politics, Love & Things That Make You Go Hmm

by Richard L Wiseman

A book of poetry with poems in a variety of styles with the themes of Politics, Love and things that gave the author something to think about.

Poems from a Ghost: Thoughts & Poems

by Sierra Marie

My name is Sierra Marie. I am a natural redhead, a morning enthusiast, and a poet. I have countless stories, endless opinions, and what seems like a life time of experiences. My favorite part though, has to be putting them into words. In whatever form they may take. It brings me joy to write what I feel, so I hope you have the same joy reading them.

Не пÑ?оза: Я не пÑ?идÑ?. ТÑ? бÑ?деÑ?Ñ? ждаÑ?Ñ?? (Russian Edition)

by Ð?аман РенаÑ?а

Ð?иÑ?Ñ? Ñ?кÑ?адкой, Ñ?Ñ?обÑ? никÑ?о не Ñ?видел:
Ð?елом по беломÑ?, кÑ?аснÑ?м по кÑ?асномÑ?, синим по синемÑ?.
Ð?ез паÑ?оса паÑ?осно â?? инаÑ?е никак не полÑ?Ñ?иÑ?ся.
Ð?иÑ?Ñ?, но никÑ?о не Ñ?знаеÑ?, и даже не сÑ?анеÑ? мÑ?Ñ?иÑ?Ñ?ся
Ð? попÑ?Ñ?каÑ? Ñ?аскÑ?Ñ?Ñ?Ñ? секÑ?еÑ?Ñ?, найÑ?и обидÑ?ика.
Я â?? мелом по беломÑ? â?? Ñ?акая сложиласÑ? пÑ?ивÑ?Ñ?ка.

Thoughts: A Book of Poems

by K. Hillery

K. Hillery presents a collection of free verse poems covering life issues, religion, inspiration, and relationships.

In the poem, Treasure the Moment, she details enjoying the special moments in life.

Thoughts represent K. Hillery’s take on different ideas and situations. Hopefully, you’ll find a poem that resonates with you.

Undo: The Poetry and Story of HER

by Cheryl R Cowtan

Written by a former women’s shelter crisis counsellor and secondary school teacher, Cheryl R Cowtan created this Canadian, pro-woman empowerment exploration on violence against women for those who ever wished they had never said “yes” to a man, and for those who said “no”, but were not heard.

From the restructuring of ancient and historic texts, to vivid depictions of Canadian bush parties, and fresh portrayals of university bathroom graffiti, this raw collection of witty stories, quirky graphics, and stunning poetry tackles male violence, coming-of-age journeys, and the female Canadian experience.

Light on feminist theories, but heavy on emotional impact, you will be affected, whether through how you think about male violence or how you remember it.

This book is meant and written to be evocative (to trigger emotion). The stories and poems within are meant to capture your heart, light your concern for the future of women, and maybe even change how you view victims and perpetrators.

Check your biases at the cover and then dive on in. Remember, it’s not about crying, it’s about releasing and then, strengthening. It’s not about turning away, it’s about seeing that which we can barely stand, and that which we do not see through, and then changing the view.

Good luck.

@~)~~~~The Plundered Bush~~~~([email protected]

“Did you hear what happened last night at the bush party?” Sage asks.
“What?” I cloak my interest by lighting a smoke. Sucking the grey fumes in through my mouth, I show off my strong, white teeth. Then, I blow it out through my nose. Dragon fierce.
“Leslie, she got raped,” she says in an offhand manner.
I lean forward, all my attention on her now.
“What do you mean, raped?” I ask.
“You know-gang raped?”
She steps back, seems unsure.
“Who did it?” I fist my hands and pin her against the brick wall with the intensity of my glare.
“They all did.”
She pauses for effect like an actress. I wait for it, daring her with a narrowing of my lids.
“Dayle was there, too.” She drops her bomb.

@~)~~~~The Knight Shift~~~~([email protected]

I’m sitting here in the shadows,
To hamper the hostile fight.
The paranoia of being a target,
Led me to douse the light.

Thoughts latent, now on the front.
Too tiresome to contemplate.
The women, the children, sleep
Like sheep, while I watch and wait.

We’ve gadgets to keep us safe;
To signal that danger lurks.
Door alarms, motion sensors,
Lots of fun, Bond-style works.



The sudden interruption of silence leaves my skin in the chair as I leap up and look through the video display. My black and white eye spots a man in the foyer, holding a number of plastic bagsâ?¦

To read more, get your copy of this witty, rebellious back-talk against the raised hand of man by getting your copy of “Undo: The Poetry and Story of Her”, now.

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