Free poetry Kindle books for 28 Sep 18

The Iliad & The Odyssey (AtoZ Classics)

by Homer

While Homer’s existence as a historical person is still a topic of debate, the writings attributed to the name have made their mark not only on Greek history and literature, but upon western civilization itself. Homer’s epic poems, The Iliad and The Odyssey, laid the foundation upon which Ancient Greece developed not only its culture, but its societal values, religious beliefs, and practice of warfare as well.

This publication features the Samuel Butler translation, and while it strays from the poetic style reproduced by more well known translators like Robert Fagles and Robert Fitzgerald, the vision of the epics as if they were prose found in modern novels take their best form under Butler’s most capable hand.



The Old Spice Guys’ Grooming Guidance Guide for Guys with Beards & Other Poems

by Travis Kelce

The Old Spice Guys’ Grooming Guidance Guide for Guys With Beards (TOSGGGGFGWB) is an excellent piece of fan fiction for fans of facial hair and is heralded as a marketing masterpiece by the beard community.
In 2018, Old Spice released their beard collection, which includes beard wash, beard conditioner, beard oil, and beard balm. The launch of this beard collection was the inspiration behind each poem and the catalyst for every feeling felt within the digital pages of this book.
Each line of every poem takes a deep dive into how it feels to have a clean, soft, nourished, and sculpted beard. While this piece of literature explores the existential nuances of beard grooming, each page also acts as an educational tool to guide men through the basics of beardness.



Stories of War: A Poetry Mini-Series

by Nicole D’Settemi

“Stories of War” is a poetry mini-series devised by best-selling memoirst and poet, Nicole D’Settemi.

The short 5-piece collection is a small but powerful collection of poems revolving around her struggle with addiction and recovery. The 5-piece collection details her journey through the mad and tormented worlds of the addicted in a sharp, startling manner of intuitive writing, rife with striking metaphors and yet, a realistic, bold tone the poet has become known for.



Scat Songs: Poetry Noir 1994 – 1995

by Stephen Donald Huff

Incongruity, in all its fine, reeking regalia, found a place in my young, fertile heart, so all the while thereafter my struggle was one of difference, for the greater scheme of things is an endeavor to know that which is unknown. On having come to understand a thing previously incomprehensible, luster fades, its draw recedes, and that thing, like a coin in a collection, is put away, to be occasionally admired but mostly forgotten; so, it is named a possession, and is no longer counted among desires.

Song is either the progenitor or most favored partner of poetry; either may be spoken or sung. For better or worse, the vast bulk of it is scat, the mere fodder of time, which already piles miles deep beneath our feet. One day, it will inevitably pile high above our rotting bones.



Bleeding Hearts

by Frieda Taller

Behind every smile is a broken heart.

An honest journey of love, loss, pain and strength with some fantasized revenge. Each poem is a fragment of the writer’s heart and soul, and the joy and the pain of every heartbroken person.

Five stages on how to deal with grief that everyone can totally relate to.



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