Free poetry Kindle books for 12 Sep 18

Rhyming Poetry Collection (Rhyming poetry by Philip Lister Book 4)

by Philip Lister

Rhyming poetry collection
a collection of my first three poetry books

Rhyming poetry to change your day
Lose yourself within, then find your way

Dare to Defy, harness the power
Success and honour, it’s your hour

Live Love Life as if it was your last
Embrace each day, don’t forget to laugh



Purpose

by Pete Marchesi

A startling book. I am impressed with myself…

It gives a pretty good explanation why I am against religion. It is simply put and I try not to lash out. Thanks.

Criticism is welcome. Give a review. Please be positive and constructive. It is a work under construction. As is all my writing. And I take feedback very carefully. Thanks. – Pete



Home

by Pete Marchesi

It keeps to it. We do not know where it rolls to.

– A pretty little book. Nice… to read. Nothing hard in it.

(Please review some of my books if you have time. I am dying from under-exposure. Thanks. Please be positive.)



Tread Softly

by Diana Woodcock

After living on the Arabian Peninsula and the Tibetan Plateau, in the Everglades (as a poet-in-residence), in Macau, Thailand, and Chengdu, Chinaâ??a city so polluted the sun seldom breaks through the smog to shineâ??Diana Woodcock now follows Christina Georgina Rossetti’s mandate, “Tread softly! All the earth is holy ground.” This, her third collection of poems, was inspired by it. Perhaps for a poet who grew up memorizing nature psalms of the Old Testament and singing “This is My Father’s World,” it was inevitable that her poetry eventually would take a turn toward ecological concerns, merging her spirituality with her love for all earthly beings.



100 Years: The Poem

by Stephen Ebanks

For those who love metaphor, rhyme and poems in life..

Enjoy your day!



Scattered Constellations: A Poetry Collection

by Ankita Singh

*An Amazon Bestseller*

Words tumble out, with no pause;
From the pen, my anelace,
That I hold so graciously,
(In awe of its majesty, its power)
In my hand.

They form thoughts, hopes and musings;
Reflect my soul, my entire being,
And spread across the page,
Like scattered constellations
Across the sky.

(Scattered Constellations is a YA Free Verse Poetry collection.)

PRAISE FOR SCATTERED CONSTELLATIONS:

Ankita’s poetry is so well versed that you feel everything her words speak. From warm and fuzzy to ice cold, this is a book you will not want to put down!
-Sarah Kenney, Author of The Devil’s Curse Novels.

Dark and beautifully heartrending in some places, Ankita’s Scattered Constellations weaves a story that most people will experience in their lives but will never be able to fully explain using words. Ankita captures those feelings that can live within everyone, using her beautiful prose and magnificent flare as a fantastic storytelling tool. Surely a book of poetry that belongs on your bookshelf!
-K.G. Reuss, Author of The Emissary of The Devil Series.

Ankita’s Scattered Constellations is a beautiful collection of short poems whose breadth of topics and ideas will captivate you. There’s something for everyone. I was in love with this book and Ankita’s words from cover to cover, and I know you will be too.
-Magnolia Robbins, Author of Forbidden Melody.

Wonderfully written and beautifully expressed, Scattered Constellations is at times heartwarming and at times heartbreaking. From the deep-seated sadness of “Gold” to the bittersweet “End,” this collection of poems is sure to stir up emotions and get you thinking!
-Genevieve I. Eldredge, Author of the Circuit Fae Series.

Scattered Constellations made me think of W.B. Yeats’ â??tread softly for you tread on my dreams’ because Ankita Singh explores so vividly how love is the stuff of dreams, of the mind and soul as well as the heart. She doesn’t use elaborate language or self-consciously literary techniques in presenting her poems so that they feel real, true and authentic. I think Ankita Singh is a very perceptive and talented young post and definitely one to watch.
-Linda Hill, Blogger at Linda’s Book Bag.



Together: The Poem

by Stephen Ebanks

For those who love metaphor, rhyme and poems in life..

Enjoy your day!



Vortex Street

by Heather H. Thomas

Heather H. Thomas’s Vortex Street is a road through loss, conflict, and change where the shocks of being are personal and global. The street spirals inward and outward in space and shuttles back and forth through time. It leads from the poet’s Pennsylvania riverside home to places and events in Bosnia, Brazil, Egypt, Israel, Syria, Turkey, and Newtown, Connecticut, disregarding boundaries we think we have in place to protect us. Thomas addresses lost others in a process that transforms pain into something larger, a healing, sustainable love. That the scientific phenomenon of the “vortex street” in water and air appears to look like our own genetic code, the double helix, suggests that this is the place where we live. Here, in the space of the poem, language bears, confronts, and reimagines our possibilities.



POETRY with a Spiritual Twist

by GAIL MATELSON

This body of work was written over many years, including the four years I spent living in a yoga ashram. Additional poems reflect humorous and thoughtful takes on life, including travel to the Galápagos Islands, and introspective periods throughout the years.



Florescer dos Ossos (Portuguese Edition)

by Décio Coelho

Tem cuidado ao te aproximares do jardim de espinhos afiados: algumas das flores e dos ossos são demasiado frágeis e estão desamparados, outros são espinhosos e inquebráveis. Eles podem picar-te ou sarar-te. O mesmo se aplica às palavras. Algumas irão acalmar-te, fazer-te sentir livre, e outras poderão magoar-te, como uma verdade inevitável que nunca quiseste ouvir. Mas, no fim, tu saberás que tudo isso foi necessário para que pudesses crescer e te tornares no esqueleto graciosamente ornamentado que suportas, florescido e próspero. Com espinhos e tudo.
Esta é uma autópsia do coração e da alma dos jovens.



Ð? Ñ?ом, как гÑ?аÑ? женился (Russian Edition)

by АлександÑ? Ð?аленÑ?иновиÑ? АмÑ?иÑ?еаÑ?Ñ?ов

СÑ?иÑ?оÑ?воÑ?ение АлександÑ?а Ð?аленÑ?иновиÑ?а АмÑ?иÑ?еаÑ?Ñ?ова (1862â??1938), впеÑ?вÑ?е опÑ?бликованное в 1907 годÑ?.



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