Free poetry Kindle books for 02 Oct 18

Love Lyrics

by George Stanworth

33 love lyrics from UK Song Writing finalist, George Stanworth.

These lyrics explore the emotions experienced when falling in and out of love, and include feelings of joy, optimism, anxiety, euphoria, insecurity, disappointment and fulfilment.

Titles include ‘The Hawaiian Blue Dress Girl’, ‘Sunrise Touch’, ‘The Wonder Of My Life’, ‘Why Do I Just Fall In Love With Those That Don’t Feel The Same?’, ‘Some Days Are Better Than Others’ and ‘Once Upon A Happy Date.’

Jammiest Bits of Jam

by Growl

In Jammiest Bits of Jam, Growl delivers a delicious chapbook journey of lyrical poetry from enchantingly flirty to titillatingly fun, with romantic tasty twists to insightful bitter turns. The anthology contains a hearty helping of sugar coated temptresses, sweet nothings, and a dash of murder, certain to satisfy any sweet tooth while leaving behind savvy bits to chew on.The assemblage ends with a cherry of a short story, that whips it all together in one delectable treat. Growl’s signature tempo and beguiling imagery leaves readers breathlessly anticipating what relish will be revealed with each upcoming bite. Features original interior illustrations.

Keep It Tight

by Leslie Vardaman

Leslie Lorraine Vardaman, known mainly and formally by her official monikers, Samantha Komodo and “Cheezi D”, is a gray wolf and American author, poet and songwriter.
She has been writing series of more than many fiction/action/thriller series
book since the tender pup age of five; with her most famous hits apparently
being “Lone Wolves” and her most recently self published, all anti-villain
main cast crime drama saga, “Lobo Thunder/The Hystericals”. So far, her
current writing ambitions include writing to express not only her
own physical emotions into her works, but also those maybe of other animal
beings around her in the world as well.

All The Way Down From Here

by Nur-Viktoria Ellen

A Collection of modern day poetry

I Saw You

by Andy Hill

I didn’t set out to write poetry, which is either the worst or best possible starting point imaginable. Poetry often struggles to touch me, which says more about the reader than the creator. Words as art often work only because the controlling group imbues a meaning not readily apparent. For that reason I often reject poetry out of hand, which is rather cruel.

Many of these pieces started off as fragments and ideas intended as a semi fictional book. However I worried they lacked a consistent theme or trope and would have needed too much padding out and contortion. It took a while to understand that what I had was better delivered as poetry.

They lack the rhyme and form of classic poetry and are written with simplicity in mind. Having read them back, I felt they needed putting in context. For each piece I have added a few words of explanation. I hope, at least for a couple of them, you find you own meaning or resonance.

In the meantime, if you work for a rapacious bank or cynical ad agency. Feel free to contact me and see how cheaply I’ll sell out, peddling your shameful wares.

Hear Me Sing: Book I

by Rivka Edery LCSW

Excerpts from: Hear Me Sing: Book 1
Why I Write
“Music is what feelings sound like, and when I write creatively, I am guided by this music. That’s what I hear and the words just run off my fingers, eager to settle in the pages and make themselves at home.”

The Center of My Pain
“I have touched the center of my pain, and in discovering my deep sadness; I found that our humanity, and Love as an infinite energy, is pure magic. I have found strength, courage, and even my own heart, as soon as I decided to stop running. The rest just happened and like an alchemist, I discovered gold in the simplest aspects of what has been there all along. Loving good earth-angels like you and me.”

I hope that the words of my soul will afford you an opportunity to reach deeper into yourself. Perhaps you will discover that true love begins with an open heart, and the courage to be vulnerable.
-Rivka A. Edery, M.S.W, L.C.S.W.

Rivka Edery, M.S.W., L.C.S.W has been writing poetry since she first learned to write. She has been practicing psychotherapy for ten years, and has a graduate degree in social work. She is the author of “Trauma and Transformation: A 12-Step Guide”. Her mission is to enlighten her readers to develop the courage to be vulnerable.

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