Free poetry Kindle books for 11 Dec 18

Immagine destrutturata: Poesie (Italian Edition)

by Davide Angelo Salvatore

Nella sua terza silloge poetica l’autore affronta un intenso e travagliato viaggio interiore, che trascina il lettore in un vortice di dolcezza e follia, di romanticismo e caos. Musica, emozioni e colori si mescolano insieme creando immagini dal sapore onirico. Seguendo la lezione di Rimbaud, il poeta esegue quella “sregolatezza” di tutti i sensi che gli consente di giungere all’ignoto, rischiando però di rimanere imbrigliato nelle insidie della follia.



THE WORTH OF A LIFETIME: ‘Questions Only Answered By Time’

by Andrew Mwalasha

This is a motivational/ inspirational/ poetry book which was intended to take the reader through a jungle of words and poetry in a quest to find light and answers to some deep aspects of life.
â??It’s a book you only read when reading something is the only option left to feeling better about something.’

â??Life is a BEAUTIFUL thing, yet deeply MYSTERIOUS.’
-A. Mwalasha



A Different Kind of Journey: Poetry For Youth

by K. T. Arlene

Do you want more out of your life and faith? Do you enjoy reading and reflecting on poetry? Are you ready to go on an exciting, in-depth spiritual journey? Then this book is for you. Poems ranging from marvels of God’s Creation to how to deal with self-esteem issues, and everything in between. Written by a teen who has struggled with her purpose and identity, K.T. Arlene wants to reach out to the lost, broken, and hurting hearts of our youth and help them find restoration and hope through her poetry.



In The Rainbow Art: Poems of empowerment Upliftment and Beauty

by Leslie William

Poems. I just love writing positive uplifting poems. Poetry has the power to change your emotions, put a smile on your face, a sparkle in your eye, laughter in the air and set a day up without a care. Poems can change a grey day to sunshine and play. May the joy and wonder of poetry fill your day with beauty and uplift your spirit.



Child, Dearest,

by Vytautaseneyevich

“‘Child, Dearest,’ is this year’s definitive American poetry collection. The successor to the bestselling, critically-acclaimed collection ‘, and most of all, the sea,’ ‘Child, Dearest,’ was written, compiled, and published in less than three weeks, a monumental testament to this author’s true genius. Mr. Vytautaseneyevich, a young, queer, Russo-American poet of mixed Afro-Arab ancestry, unleashes his uniquely desolate and staggeringly captivating perspective with a quiet, austere dignity that both overlays and amplifies his cornered-animal screams of longing, anguish, fury, fear, despair, desperation, and defeat, frequently interspersed with tender pieces of kindness, beauty, love, hope, and wonder. Long tortured by clinical depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, Vytautaseneyevich’s poetry naturally orbits around sheer nihilism, and yet he so frequently strives to show us that joy, that simple and sweet substance all too lacking in our congested, fragmented lives, can truly be found anywhere in the sublime.

Exquisite wordplay, divine imagery, and a most remarkable ability to simultaneously gently take one’s hand and guide one’s mind and tear out one’s heart through complete emotional and physical immersion indelibly mark this poet as both a Young Master of his craft and a veritable spokesman and avatar for the youth of modern America, the generation the author himself once named as ‘Bleak.’ Here, Mr. Vytautaseneyevich clearly reiterates that he is the fresh, wise voice we have long awaited.

‘Child, Dearest,’ is a major, masterful, and triumphant collection of breathtaking beauty and profound authenticity, and we are entranced by it. A necessary book if you wish to stretch yourself to your own darkest limits, to brush against the inarticulable feelings on the fringes of your mind, and we ache to do so much more.”



Неба кÑ?Ñ?жка голÑ?бая: Ð?изнÑ? междÑ? сÑ?Ñ?ок (Russian Edition)

by ЭÑ?иÑ? АнÑ?он

«Неба кÑ?Ñ?жка голÑ?бая» â?? сбоÑ?ник моиÑ? новÑ?Ñ? сÑ?иÑ?оÑ?воÑ?ений. 23 сÑ?иÑ?оÑ?воÑ?ения â?? 23 жизни, коÑ?оÑ?Ñ?е я пÑ?ожил, и о коÑ?оÑ?Ñ?Ñ? Ñ?ассказал, как смогâ?¦ Ð?обÑ?о пожаловаÑ?Ñ? в Ð?иÑ? междÑ? сÑ?Ñ?окâ?¦



could have been verse

by David Winship

Could Have Been Verse is a book of nonsense. This stuff isn’t rare. It’s certainly not well done. And to call it poetry would be an insult to the medium.



#Blessed: Poetry For Modern America

by K.T. Arlene

A brand-new volume of poetry geared towards 21st century teens, this book is consisted of 60 original poems that reflect on life, family, fame, and nature. Written by a teenage girl who is well-versed in today’s principles, #Blessed is sure to bring laughter, truth, and enjoyment to American kids, teens, and parents alike!



Слепой дождÑ? (Russian Edition)

by Ð?ипÑ?акбаева Ð?Ñ?иза

Ð?Ñ?Ñ?Ñ?е йоги Ñ?асслабляеÑ? пÑ?оÑ?Ñ?ение сÑ?иÑ?ов â?? Ñ?айкÑ?. ЭÑ?и японские Ñ?Ñ?еÑ?сÑ?иÑ?ия словно созданÑ? для Ñ?ого, Ñ?Ñ?обÑ? оÑ?влеÑ?Ñ?ся оÑ? пÑ?облем наÑ?ей сложной жизни.



The Light Of Day (II)

by Jonathan Finch

“The Light Of Day (II)” is the second in a series. Prize-winning poet and published short-story writer and translator Jonathan Finch has collected these poems he put away over the years. His published work can be seen in “Poems People Liked (1)” and “Poems People Liked (2)”. More of his previously unpublished poems are here, in “The Light Of Day (II)”. Because of Kindle Direct Publishing and Createspace these poems have been able to see the light of day.
Poetry was Finch’s passion, and over the decades he wrote hundreds of poems. Many were published in literary magazines and anthologies by editors who admired his muse but even more remained unpublished. (Finch used to write one or two poems a day.) The internet revolution has enabled him to publish these poems which languished in darkness and longed for sunshine and for their light of day.
Consistently given four and five stars by reviewers, Finch’s style has been compared to Dickens’, and recently David Wright wrote: “In a hundred years, scholars won’t be studying bestselling thrillers to measure the pulse of our generation. But they might be studying Finch.”
The poems in this collection vary from metrically correct with rhyme to free verse with experimental effects but overall Finch strives for verbal beauty and for order. The subjects are various and include love, suicide, loss, family dilemmas, nature (especially ornithology), wild characters and more. A number of poems concentrate on two women who still hold the poet’s heart – Anne and Kathy – and though they belong to the poet’s past, they still live in the verse published here today.



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