Free poetry Kindle books for 01 Nov 18

�� ��� (Kibb Lifat)

by Mesfin Woldetinsae Aschalew

�� ��� (Adapted Amharic meaning for Vicious Cycle), contains Amharic poems written on diverse issues since 2005. The poet Mesfin W. Aschalew is an Ethiopian writer, lyricist, photographer, and copywriter. In his debut book, the writer celebrates love and life, interrogates political order and wanders the heavens seeking the deeper meaning of being.

Thieves of Love

by Kitty Norton

Thieves of Love is a collection of poetry and prose about survival and thriving amidst the harshest of climates. It takes the reader on a journey of self-acceptance and love among the betrayals of life; grief, pain, abuse, heartbreak, violence, eating disorders and a struggling self-image. Thieves of Love is a heart wrenching yet inspiring exploration of what it means to be human in a world of unreal, to be vulnerable in an age of screen and plastic, and the challenge of finding true love amid crippling loss.

This debut collection is a testament to the unbreakable strength of the human spirit, a celebration of beauty found in the mundane, and a lullaby of the lingering sweetness found after the pain has subsided.

A must read for anyone learning to let go of a painful life event, moving on to the next chapter, or anyone still stuck in the painful throes a broken heart. This is a story of finding a meaningful life of joy and rebuilding with purpose…in spite of the Thieves of Love.

Moon Dreams: Inspiration in the face of adversity

by Mark Kloss

Once again, in Moon Dreams, Mark’s soulful and uplifting poems have given perfect rhythm to the love, adventure and trials of the life we share. Like Mark’s previous book, It’s A Funny Thing, Life, each poem is easy to read and a joy to follow.

From the fishermen’s battle with nature’s raging sea, to the dark rider’s race through the forest to save his true love, his beautiful words reach into our hearts, as they first reached into his.

Most were written after the day had finished its watch, some into the late hours of night when the pace of life had slowed. And so, he offers you his latest set of poems to help you dream, if just a for a short while, of other lives and times, with the help of the moon’s friendly eye.

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