Free poetry Kindle books for 26 Nov 18

What I Can’t Say

by Marie Allred

This collection of poetry is a raw and emotionally gripping tale told through a loose narrative style and imbued with Allred’s passion and personality. It retains a beautiful and haunting style of composition in which we are given an unfettered look into the thought processes -however different than our own- of mental illness and the brutal honesty of it. The often lyrical style and lightness of the rhyme arrangements that juxtapose the weight of the concepts discussed within are powerful and unique among contemporary poems.

Of Dreams and Sorrow: Confessions of a Faerie Witch

by Lilly Rose

In this first published book, Lilly brings her creativity to the field of poetry, putting into words her inner experiences and visions of the world. This first compendium of poetry collects an assorted number of poems from the past few years that dwelled on the issues of wanting and loss.
The idea behind this book arose 5 years ago, when Lilly decided to assemble her various poems into a consistent thematic exposition, especially the “Faerie Sonnets” and “Of Dreams” poems, contrasted to the darker, more personal and modern, confessional free-verse poems.
The book is composed of two major chapters – the first one, “Of Dreams”, paints the rosier picture of youthful hopes, wonders and aspirations, the marvelous daydreaming of our ever hopeful joyful desires.
The second part, “Of Sorrow”, is a darker, dreadful, painful journey into the soul’s tempestuous volitions, the black pits of despair that sprout gasping and yawning, tearing our naive lives, oftentimes at the inclemency of an uncaring world and others.
To read these poems is to take a journey through our own life experiences, sentiments and sensations, filled with wonderful ideas to behold, dreams and sorrows, the world seen through the poet’s eyes.

A Kiss and All Its Glories: A Collection of Poetry

by Maria La Serra

A Kiss And All Its Glories is a poetry collection about coming of age, love, and heartbreak. Inspired by the book Lyrical Lights.

The Wedding Vows Chapbook: Sample Wedding Vows and Inspiration

by Katharine Coggeshall

Need help with your wedding vows? Filled with beautiful vows by published poet and greeting card author, Katharine Coggeshall, this 50-page book is filled with heartfelt sentiments. Included are non-denominational romantic vows, suitable for all couples, as well as Christian vows. And for added inspiration, a bonus list to spark your own verse writing! This is the perfect book for anyone planning a wedding, or as a gift for a future groom or bride. It is also ideal for vowel renewals and anniversaries.

Things We Don’t Talk About: a collection of poetry

by Casey Cowan

a collection of poetry about love, loss, heartbreak, and the daily struggle with living with mental illness. It is a timeline broken into three parts, each with it’s own stories.

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by Ð?аÑ?Ñ?Ñ?нов Ð?вгений Ð?еннадÑ?евиÑ?

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Fingertips (Part 4)

by Musa

Tender, fragile, flexible, full of feelings, but so small; our fingertips are our gateway to our nerves. To touch, to feel, it is the most sensitive part of our hands. In the same way Fingertips is a collection of poems, full of raw emotions from the male and female perspective. It is reflections on fear, love, friendship, family, politics and dreams about the future and technology. Fingertips is a journey, it is stories from around the world, from all points of views.

Tell The Monster Who You Are

by Tiffiny Rose Allen

Sometimes in life we need to look into our souls and face the monster that lurks in our minds.
Finding one’s truth and letting go of the past are not easy tasks. This book of poetry is here to help us face the trouble’s that make themselves known, and to find the beauty and connection to ourselves and our surroundings when all hope seems lost. We each journey differently, and in going our own way is how we can find our centers.


by William Bortz

Shards by William Bortz navigates the hurt of the past and how those fragments spill into present daily life, while offering respite to both the writer and the reader. The collection does less mourning for hurt and more seeking amends with all of the shattered pieces: offering the reader hope that in brokenness there is reconciliation. This trend is most present in the poem â??War’. Author Bortz shows no condemnation for the father who passed the war onto him, only acknowledgement. In this key paradigm shift, we see the hope that the author beseeches us to grasp onto: honesty begets forgiveness.

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