Free poetry Kindle books for 02 Jan 19

Flow: There is a Flow in everything.

by Nirupa Jain

Nirupa Jain is a writer, painter, poet, engineer and designer. This small book is a collection of her drawings and poems. She wants a better world, where we care for others without sympathy. She pen-downs her expressions to tickle the conscious observer in you. Her poems are sharp and pungent. She is firm in her expressions. Reader is left with choice in interpretation. The ultimate goal is to create a more humane and compassionate world around. These poems are an attempt by Nirupa to spread positive ideas around. She writes with the intent to touch your mind and soul. She brings stark reality through her subtle expressions. She writes on abstract subjects and also on nature around us. She writes on every day experiences and also on our dreams and actions. She also writes on our inner goals and dilemmas. She also writes on animals around us, whom we silently ignores. Things we ignore, a poet can’t ignore them and therefore wants us to pay attention around. The poems may encourage a new observer inside you.

Variations in Verse

by Dorothy M. Mitchell

My writing enables me to reach beyond the limitations of my Multiple Sclerosis. I have suffered this illness for over thirty years, having many relapses during that time.

But when I write I am transported from the mundane into the realms of delight and wonder be it poetry or novel, I’m far too busy to be ill.

Please read and enjoy!

From the Writer Half of My Being: Poems and Short Stories in Search of a Reader

by Patricia Sierra

Gathered here are twenty-five poems and four short stories by Patricia Sierra, an award-winning author whose work has appeared in small literary magazines, a national magazine, and in five novels published by Random House and Avon Books.

More of Sierra’s work can be found in Amazon’s Kindle Store. To find it, use these search words: “Patricia Sierra” and “Sierra Philpin” (books written with co-author John Philpin)..

From the Writer Half of My Being is a quick read with just 1345 locations. Text to speech is enabled.

Ð?ладбиÑ?е Ð?иÑ?ов (Russian Edition)

by АÑ?Ñ?ониÑ?а ЭмпиÑ?ика

ЧÑ?о Ñ?Ñ?Ñ? под обложкой
Ð?Ñ?Ñ?аженнÑ?е в поэÑ?иÑ?еской Ñ?оÑ?ме взлÑ?Ñ?Ñ? и падения одной меÑ?Ñ?Ñ?ейся дÑ?Ñ?и, обÑ?яÑ?ой ТÑ?мой, но сÑ?Ñ?емяÑ?ейся к СвеÑ?Ñ?.

Poems of People

by Ace Allen

Poems of People is a contemporary melodrama by storyteller Ace Allen, entailing the joy, heartache and monotony of growing up in the American South. An ode to the ephemeral dance of passing strangers, Poems of People triggers our imaginations with the emotional ambiguity of a fervent young man in search of acceptance.

Ð?еÑ?емена: СÑ?иÑ?и Ñ?азнÑ?Ñ? леÑ? (Russian Edition)

by СмиÑ?нÑ?Ñ? СеÑ?гей

Ð? сбоÑ?ник воÑ?ли избÑ?аннÑ?е сÑ?иÑ?оÑ?воÑ?ения, написаннÑ?е авÑ?оÑ?ом в Ñ?азнÑ?е пеÑ?иодÑ? жизни. Ð?десÑ? и Ñ?ноÑ?еская лÑ?бовÑ?, и полеÑ? меÑ?Ñ?Ñ?, и гоÑ?еÑ?Ñ? поÑ?еÑ?Ñ?, и поиски смÑ?сла жизни, Ð?Ñ?ог исканий авÑ?оÑ?а â?? обÑ?аÑ?ение к веÑ?е в Ð?ога.

Сезон нелÑ?бви (Russian Edition)

by Ð?Ñ?иÑ?ская Ð?Ñ?ина

Ð?исаÑ?Ñ? о лÑ?бви â?? нелегкое дело. Не писаÑ?Ñ? о лÑ?бви Ñ?Ñ?Ñ?дно вдвойне. Ð?иÑ?Ñ? без нее пÑ?акÑ?иÑ?ески невозможно. Ð?Ñ?Ñ?сÑ?но, когда имя лÑ?бви â?? НелÑ?бовÑ?â?¦


by Lasa Limpin

This is a book of poetry dedicated to Pasaya, the Snake Goddess of Knossos who has her arms upraised, as well as to the Snake Goddess of Knossos who holds her arms down at her sides. During the writing of these poems I learned about a total of seven goddesses (most in fragments) found in the temple repositories at Knossos. I also read an article with a very convincing argument for divine names found in Linear A, also at Knossos. These, as well as inspiration from what are known as â??bell goddesses’ from Crete (clay goddesses thrown on a wheel, hence the â??bell’ shape, with arms upraised and feet that swing), are the inspiration for these poems.

War What Comes After

by Brendan Bigney

A book of poetry on…



and what comes after.

“No matter what they tell you

Or the falsehoods crowned on thee

When you emerge from their devices

And you’ve finally broken free

Know, no matter the hammer brought down on you

It comes down to the core

What truth may hold

Makes you what you are”

This book explores the mind, things learned, brotherhood, responsibility and the weight of our decisions, and even deeper in the case of the warrior that returns home – the inevitable search for the answer to the question that we all ask, “What comes after?”

The State of Everything: Poetry for the Here & Now

by Amanda Marbut

The journey is just beginning and you can join me for all that may come… This is a poetry book for what is happening in life right now.

Songs of Earth: The Worlds of Adam Golden Eagle

by Adam Golden Eagle

Songs of Earth is a collection of poetry and it is so much more. This is a book that changes lives. 

Transformative and thought provoking, experience the Worlds of Adam Golden Eagle.

From Adam Golden Eagle:

“In the journey of being human, love is the transformative catalyst to greatness. 
This greatness is defined as simply showing up and embracing all aspects of the journey of life with grace, joy, and serenity. 
Once we have found our heart and live from this sacred temple, all of human experience takes on a whole new meaning and depth where each and every moment presents a divine gift.
From this space, experiencing joy is as much appreciated as any other emotion or space of being.” 

A Song for Demeter

by Lasa Limpin

This is a book of poetry dedicated to the Greek goddess Demeter, mother of Persephone, goddess of all good things. I hope these poems can be a good place, deserving of Demeter’s name, but I know she won’t mind either way, being a goddess of immense kindness. To be with Demeter is a privilege barred to none, a secret joy open to all, hiding under the simplistic telling of her myths.

Endless Song

by Richard P John

Endless Song is the first collection of poetry/micropoetry by Richard P John. Written between 2004 and 2018, Endless Song is divided into three sections of short poems: Nights, Dreams, and Days. Endless Song is a collection about love, loss, dreams and nature.

Happenings, Heartbeats, and Mental Breakdowns: Poems

by M. B. Manthe

Sometimes I think summer has its own
pattern after all, some weirdly repeated

series of actions, happenings, heartbeats,
and mental breakdowns.

These are the first lines of “Road Work,” the poem that opens this collection and sets the tone for the rest of the book. The poems are personal, emotional, and sometimes confessional, but Manthe always strives to engage readers’ minds as well as their hearts. Many of the poems reflect the author’s lifelong struggle with depression, and others who have experienced the isolation that often comes with mental illness might find a little comfort and a sense of familiarity in these pages.

There are lighter moments, too: follow the nervous driver of “Nighttime on 95,” enjoy a snack of “Apples and Hot Chocolate,” and watch the speaker become first enamored, then annoyed, with a guy named Phil in “A Slice of Otto B.” From adolescence, and the joys and pains of young love, to marriage, motherhood, and the deaths of her parents, Manthe’s poems explore what it feels like to be constantly buffeted by the forces and stresses of everyday life, when she’d rather be lost in a book.

In addition to approximately 50 poems, the book contains a short essay entitled “Losing Everything but Our Appetites,” which Manthe wrote in memory of her father.

A Weird Book Full Of Words A Gentle Persuasion For The Obsolete

by Pete Marchesi

A book full of encouragement. I believe there are issues that we can overcome. If we can just convince them of leniency.


by Pete Marchesi

A simple book.

I am not used to it. The continual mayhem we live in. And I talk about it.

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