Free poetry Kindle books for 05 Oct 18

the sky grew back with clouds (make sure you breathe today)

by William Bortz

The Sky Grew Back with Clouds is the first installment of a chapbook poetry series entitled ‘make time to breathe today’ this chapbook of poetry, like the series itself, focuses on the relationship we have with nature. How we ingest a stale afternoon or a swelling moon. Accompanying the nature theme is the ebb and flow of wanting; in our longing exists, often, malcontent. This chapbook pokes at that reality, and how when a moment is spared to observe, the wants and longings become so small they hardly exist at all- leaving room for a moment to breathe and do nothing else.



Perfect Dysfunction (Butterfly Book 3)

by Lauren Carpenter

You gave me darkness and I survived it. I’ll fight every day not to give in to you. To find a way back to my self and to love. Perfect Dysfunction shares the story of trauma and abuse through poetry.

*Mature Content: Themes of suicide, self-harm, abuse, and depression are prevalent throughout.*



A Poet’s Manifesto

by Alexander Bentley

From the author of EVERSLEEP: The Beauty of Dark Silence comes a manifesto that explains the powerful psychological influences and hidden power of poetry. In this first ever book on poetic composition by Alexander Bentley, the author and poet, describes his theory on composing poems, their mental benefits, and the persuasion of everyday language. The book is divided into eight main sections, including:

I. Composition – A Discourse on the Fine Art of Poetics

“The beauty of writing poetry is that you can write about a wide variety of topics. Many readers will relate to your words, but you won’t know them personally or know what lost treasures their minds will dig up. You will speak to them so intimately they might call you a secret lover.”

II. Education – A Discourse on the Art

“Our schools teach students poetry, but a majority of our society has forgotten this ancient art form exists. I believe, that’s because most schools don’t teach poetry correctly. Our education systems around the globe make it frustratingly difficult for young minds to fully grasp the beauty and mechanisms of this literary art.”

III. Language – A Discourse on the Power of Human Languages

“Language is the fundamental building block of consciousness, it is everywhere, in all things, simultaneously revealed yet hidden.”

“It’s important to understand the value of words and emotions, and how both intimately connect to one another. Language is beautiful, because of this symbiosis. What makes us uniquely human is the vast array of vocal sounds, their meanings and the emotions language shapes in our species.”

IV. Persuasion – A Discourse on the Psychological Influence in Poetry

“All readers have desires. What they want determines what things they choose to make a part of their life. If you can tap into the most basic of human desires, you can easily connect and sway the emotional state of readers.”

V. Contemplation – A Discourse on Poetry’s Mental Benefits

“A poem is a window into the soul. Peer into it, and you’ll surprise yourself with what was previously unknown. As the poet, you discover a new part of your life force which remained hidden or out of reach. As the reader, reading a poem you did not write, you see a part that is foreign to you, yet familiar enough to be your own.”

VI. Reputation – A Discourse on Writing for Public Consumption

“Each writer, and in turn, every poet, leaves behind a textual impression, in the corpus of literature, of who they are with their words.”

“Building a body of work, that is worthy of greatness in the annals of literature takes time and must be done slowly, over many years and decades. A great poet does not only have one mesmerizing and memorable poem but has many outstanding writings attributed to their name. Long-term skilled writing is how artists with remarkable creative aptitude build up their reputation.”

VII. Logomancy – A Discourse on Charming with the Power of Words

“A long time ago, there lived the Poets of the Powers — the Siddhars of India — who meditated incessantly, wrote moral and theistic poetry, and spoke magical utterances both aloud and in silence. These ascetic poets practiced logomancy or the divination art of words and speech.”

VIII. Final Words – The End of the Seven Discourses

“From the deepest parts of our being, our consciousness flows outward. This energy may begin as a thought in our mind but later manifests in speech or as a deed. How we control this power controls the course of our life:

“What we think, we become.
What we speak, we see.”



Imagined in White

by Anne Brooke

Sometimes life doesn’t work out in the way we’d hoped for or planned. Sometimes the world isn’t the place we thought it was. However, there are always pleasures to be found even on the darkest path, and curiosities often wait in the shadows if we would only turn and search for them.

In this wide-ranging collection of poetry, discover the determined heart of flowers, the true strangeness of people and how the richest love can be found in the smallest of actions.



Ode To Colors

by N. K. Hasen

Ode To Colors are 32 poems about colors and
seeing colors through nature and objects that we
see everyday.



Deep, Dark Desires: Dark Rift Poetry

by Nathan Linney

Within this title you’ll experience free verse poetry that is like no other. These are my thoughts and feelings to numerous situations I have envisioned. Perception is key to everything so I hope you all can relate and find the intended meaning along with speculating your very own. Hopefully I can provoke some thoughts you might have not had otherwise!



Requiem Flesh

by Steven James

The selected prose of poet Steven James, American writer and lyricist.



Desert Blues: a chapbook (Desert Poetry Chapbook Series 1)

by Sara Anderson

Sara is a long-time enthusiast of the written word and a participant in several poetry events, such as the 2015 24-Hour Poetry Marathon and a poetry anthology entitled “Where the Mind Dwells,” and she is also a contributing member of the online global writing group Some Poets. Together, they have published three books thus far, the anthology 19,751 words, and two chapbooks, Wicked. Words, and Love. Letters. The lyrical series of poetry and prose in this, her first solo publication, centers around the life of a young woman in a great desert town, family bonds, depression, love, and the emotion ride of a life lived with the everyday of desert blues.



In My Soul

by Kayleigh Michelle

In My Soul is Kayleigh Michelle’s third poetry collection.



Laute StraÃ?en, stille Wege (German Edition)

by Phil Humor

Laute StraÃ?en, stille Wege

Gedichte von BookRix-Autoren

 

Phil Humor

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Petra Peuleke

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Elke Immanuel

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Regina Jankowski

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Angel of Love (Nova Cassini)

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Anne Koch

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Martina Hoblitz

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Holger Leisering

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Dörte Müller

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Laute StraÃ?en, stille Wege –

mal ist man süchtig nach dem Lauten,

weil es ablenkt von dem inneren Schweigen,

man schweigt sich selber an,

hat sich selbst nichts mehr zu sagen.

 

Gedichte sind wie ein Interview mit sich selbst.

Die nächste Zeile fordert Antworten,

sie will geschrieben sein, braucht Material.

Was gibt man ihr?



Kairos: Poemas y café: Colección de poemas modernos (Spanish Edition)

by LAURA RAMÍREZ

Kairos: Poemas y café es una colección de poemas modernos con temas de amor y desamor, principalmente. Revelaciones, sueños, lamentos y conversaciones en una mezcla de prosa y poesía, en un juego entre el autor y el escrito, entre el ritmo y el título, que espera cautivar y llenar de emociones a quien lo lea. “Y sí, es esta la noche para hablar de amor, porque no le temo -porque es quien soy-. Y soy en mi llantoâ?¦eterno resplandor, soy en mi risa un mar de ilusión”

La versión impresa está disponible en Amazon.com (Estados Unidos), Inglaterra, Alemania, Francia, España, Italia y Japón; consulta si hacen envíos al país donde te encuentras directo en la página que mejor te convenga.



The Eighth Book of Beloved: Part 3 (Beloved of God 8)

by Forester De Santos

The Eighth Book of Beloved, Part 3, eighth because eight truly is the eternal number of the eternal servant beloved of God the Living and very loving Creator. It is a book about the eternal and the double abundance, all five portions of her because of being truly real as in royal. It is a book about the double gladness and the double joy of God. It is a book about the eternal peace of God and the eternal knowledge of God and is also a book about the real as in royal rebirth of not only man in life to much more or as much more but also the real as in royal rebirth of God to much more or as much more than loving Creatorâ?¦ Now then, in my very simple and very faithful and inspired writings in the form of verses, short stories and even short essays and at times scientific formulas through my personal search and research there are certain truths already done. Thus very joyful and very happy or very glad those that venture to read and lend real attention! Tags: Asher, Eight, ultimate, first, infinity, gladness, joy, acknowledgement, renovation, rebirth, salvation, beloved of God, savior of God, blessed of God, blessed.



Poignant Poesy: An Anthology of Poems

by Anna Bhadra

Poetry is personal. But sometimes poetry is far more than that. It is the vehicle that carries one’s thoughts and inspires conversation. This is an anthology of poems old and new, inspired by life and realm, hopes and misery. The poems cover varied topics from society to love to divinity.



The Sunlight Always Made Me Sneeze

by Trevor Hallam

Grievances, Dissidence, and Reconciliation.

These are the moments that create, destroy, and give meaning to everything held dear. A world forgotten, a lifetime undone and left to blow apart. The places we live, the people we know, how we treat ourselves, makes us who we are, and can either complete us or dismantle the very fabric of the universe.

The sun will shine, even if we don’t see it, and life will continue without us if we allow it.

“We get what we deserve. I don’t miss the world.”

The Sunlight Always Made Me Sneeze is a collection of poems exploring the end of existence, for one, for many, for none.



Lolita, Género Lolita Poesía. Los sonetos de Virginia y Marta. (Spanish Edition)

by Mimasyo Pseudónimo

Esta obra extrae los diez sonetos de Género Lolita: Virginia y Marta (sólo los poemas, pero todos los poemas). Quisieron ser poesía erótica. Una vez más, estas dos chicas han hecho conmigo lo que han querido, espero que… contigo, también: MI+YO.



Ð?Ñ?эÑ?: Ð?Ñ?бовная лиÑ?ика (Russian Edition)

by Ð?анаÑ?ина Ð?лена

ЭÑ?и авÑ?оÑ?Ñ? никогда не виделисÑ?, да и, скоÑ?ее всего, никогда не Ñ?видяÑ?ся в Ñ?еалÑ?ной жизни. Но сбоÑ?ником «Ð?Ñ?эÑ?» Ñ?оÑ?еÑ?ся показаÑ?Ñ?, как снова и снова волÑ?ебное Ñ?Ñ?всÑ?во â?? Ð?Ñ?бовÑ? â?? пÑ?еодолеваеÑ? лÑ?бÑ?е пÑ?егÑ?адÑ?, Ñ?ассÑ?ояния и наÑ?одиÑ? оÑ?клик в самÑ?Ñ? оÑ?далÑ?ннÑ?Ñ? Ñ?голкаÑ? планеÑ?Ñ? и забиÑ?аеÑ?ся в сокÑ?овеннÑ?е ниÑ?и сеÑ?деÑ?. Ð?Ñ?ди, влÑ?блÑ?ннÑ?е, лÑ?бяÑ?ие â?? дÑ?маÑ?Ñ?, мÑ?сляÑ? и Ñ?Ñ?всÑ?вÑ?Ñ?Ñ? одинаково, а иногда пÑ?оисÑ?одиÑ? насÑ?ояÑ?ее волÑ?ебсÑ?во, и они наÑ?инаÑ?Ñ? даже одинаково об эÑ?ом писаÑ?Ñ?.



Post-Millennium Rhapsody

by J. Andrew Schrecker

A minor celebrity clips his toenails in the Oval Office, a gnat ties a Christmas light to his back, and an imaginary friend watches on as a child outgrows him. In this anthology of poetry and prose, J. Andrew Schrecker once again delivers a unique blend of commentary, surrealism, and confession.



Meu Jardim Secreto (Portuguese Edition)

by Jamila Mafra

Ter amado você
� uma lembrança inesquecível,
Não poder mais te amar
� uma dor invencível.

Conheça os segredos
de amores eternos
Gravados nos versos
Do meu jardim secreto.



Carpathian Cantos

by Vadassery Thaiparambil Rakesh

A selection of poems jotted down spontaneously over a period of time, these poems reflect the softer side of a crime thriller author. There is no specific person to whom the poems can be dedicated. Hence it is dedicated to all the romantic and poetic hearts in this world. It is dedicated to the most potent force in this world- LOVE. It is dedicated to what drives this world – HUMANITY.



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