Free poetry Kindle books for 11 Feb 19


by Carlisa P. Dixon

Free is a collection of eleven beautifully written, thought-to provoke poems and an open letter affirming the release of unworthy soul ties and the genuine acceptance of oneself.

Poetry in Black and White

by Patricia Dixon

Poetry in Black and White is a compilation of social commentary poetry that seeks to address the growing social discords and dysfunctions of our time.

Feinstaub: alles klar (German Edition)

by Alexander Weigand-Schoenherr


Ich möchte euch berichten, wie wir uns selbst vernichten. Der Mensch so als Erscheinungsform ist nicht nur gut, sondern enorm. Was der so kann mit seinem Hirn, das will und kann man kaum kapieren. Die Macht, mit der er so was macht, hat manches Feuer schon entfacht. Drum kann man sehr oft Menschen sehen, die mit der Macht oft baden gehen.

Armer kleiner Flüchtling: Lebt Menschlichkeit (German Edition)

by Alexander Weigand-Schoenherr

Seelenleid !!

Es tut so weh und schmerzt unendlich, für Menschlichkeit doch so empfänglich. Gebunden an den Treueschwur, wir sind doch alle Menschen nur.

Wir haben doch ein Grundgesetz, in dem man Menschen nicht verletzt.

The Power Of Woman: Letter to statement of fact

by Pete Marchesi

To be reached to you… In solvency I am. Because you will not to fact. Of worship.

He Died for All: A Book of Biblical Poetry

by T. Richard Justice

Poetry is not an irrelevant fad of antiquity but a powerful tool of the past, present and future. Whether one is talking about the Psalms of King David, hymns of Charles Wesley, poems of William Cowper, prose of John Greenleaf Whittier or rhymes of Bob Young, poetry has been used by the great God almighty throughout the ages to rebuke, awaken, inspire and bless His people.

He Died for All: A Book of Biblical Poetry is yet another collection of poetry the Lord may use to awaken His sleeping church and reach the lost masses!

He Died for All features sincere and also hard-hitting poems about such issues as:

â?? Marriage
â?? Sex and relationships
â?? Cult apologetics and pagan holidays
â?? Holiness, righteousness, sanctification and modesty
â?? And much more!

He Died for All: A Book of Biblical Poetry was written to enlighten and not merely entertain, to challenge and not merely cajole, to rebuke and not merely rehearse, and to inspire and not merely amuse. Read this book, obey the Lord and change the world!

Dead Horses

by Joan Colby

Life on a small midwestern farm is the genesis of many of the poems in DEAD HORSES. Unsentimental and realistic, they celebrate an enduring involvement with horses (riding, breeding, foaling, and racing) and offer a tough-minded look at the vagaries of rural existence.

True Colors: A Poetry Mini-Series

by Nicole D’Settemi

The True Colors Mini-Series is a small collection of five poems total (intro, three feature poems, outro), and was developed as a prelude to the huge batch of poems (the full True Colors Collection) Nicole released over the span of the last three years, with 60+ pieces to date.

This small but powerful chap-book includes openers Snow White and Purple Rain, the most artistic and metaphorical pieces. They sweep the reader quickly, and provide a defining theme to what’s in store. Gliding into a slightly bolder direction through the almost cacophonous, and searing Distorted Rainbow, D’SettÄ?mi delivers a shocking, lengthy, bold poem, which illustrates in an exquisite fashion the many trials and tribulations of one suffering from serious mental illness and mood dis-orientation.

In a highly creative form, the poet next presents its senior version, Prism of Panic! A more mature and multifaceted reflection on mental illness, depression, neurotic and psychotic behaviors, this poem also produces a shocking tale of turmoil. Through both realism and metaphor, Nicole once again highlights so many branches of the human condition.

Finally, Part III, Crimson Tide, is another poem with similar themes, but provides a more withdrawn and dreamy quality, covering the tragic result of mental illness–often–suicide. The detached tone almost spectacularly epitomizes what many must experience when their rage results in this tragic manner. It also gives the reader a glimpse into what one can expect, should they delve into the three full chapbooks in this anthology.

Through Plate Glass

by Christine Carter

Thirteen years ago, I lost my daughter and her unborn son to SUDEP. This was the moment my life changed for ever.
Samantha was my first child, born when I was only sixteen. She was beautiful inside and out. It was a happy day when she told me she was having a baby. She had suffered from epilepsy from the age of sixteen, always as she was coming out of sleep and we never considered her to be at risk.
Prior to losing Sam, I was an ordinary mum of three, a primary school teacher working towards her first headship.
I have since had several years working as a headteacher and am presently working back at the chalk-face, teaching primary children in a job I adore. I have worked in education for over 20 years.
I decided to attempt to write my feeling down about the loss of my daughter. I have been trying over many years to do so, and found it overwhelming at times and I often gave up. As time has moved on, I have now been able to put my thoughts and feelings into words.
I hadn’t considered publishing them. This is a very personal experience for me. However, after sharing them with family, friends and other bereaved mothers, I thought it may help for others to go through my journey with me and recognise that there is a way to get through the devastation.
It is not my intention for the poetry to just create a feeling of sadness, more that they will instil some degree of hope while pouring out so many emotions.
Until she died, I had never heard of SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy). It kills approximately 2000 every year but is still not spoken about to those with epilepsy or to their parents/carers. Through this book, I would like to raise awareness in the hope that it may prevent someone from sharing our tragic experience.

Confessions Of A Lost Boy

by Kyle Dal Santo

An anthology of poems about teen angst, loneliness, and anger.

Ð?олÑ?ебнÑ?й конÑ?: Сказка (Russian Edition)

by АнаÑ?олий АлександÑ?овиÑ? Ð?Ñ?янÑ?анинов

Ð?оэма АнаÑ?олия АлександÑ?овиÑ?а Ð?Ñ?янÑ?анинова (1839â??1918), впеÑ?вÑ?е опÑ?бликованная в 1885 годÑ?.

Black Beauty: In This Silence, I Believe (True Colors, Pt. 2)

by Nicole D’SettÄ?mi

In the second installment in The True Colors Poetry Collection (an anthology collectively of more than 60 pieces), D’SettÄ?mi delivers Black Beauty (In This Silence, I Believe).
This exclusive edition includes several pieces to the True Colors Mini-Series (the original 5-part collection), plus BRAND new poems never before revealed to the public!
Her first in the War Stories/Stories of War compilation, are also part of this epic collection.
Nicole’s confessional pieces are powerful and potent, and revolve around the complex themes of artistic ambition, depression, drug abuse, over-coming mental illness, and more. Known for her candor and sharp startling intuition, Nicole shares a memorable collection that is sure to satisfy any fan of lyric poetry.
Black Beauty is almost flawlessly interwoven as the center-piece to the huge batch of poems in the full anthology, an epilogue to her most base, raw and blatant initial installment (Lacking Shades of grey), and a prologue to the final The Colorful Disaster. The detached, passive tone exemplifies the struggle of a seriously depressed human who has almost become an out-of-body spectator, reflecting on traumas and illnesses, with no longer the brash rage-filled fiery tone in one, as if she has come to accept the cruelties of life all too soon.
It is also an extremely sensual and dark book, which offers classics such as If Death had a Face It Would Be Pretty and Porcelain Dolls Can’t Breathe. Signature offerings, which define not only her style but the image and portrait we have come to know of her; an ominous yet oddly gothic glamourous and tortured woman, with a melancholy that is both beautiful and unfortunate.

Black Beauty: In This Silence, I Believe is an expurgation of all those things that most people keep hidden in the dark. Despite the title, the author doesn’t fail to speak out about anything but that doesn’t mean the title is misleading. Oh no. These are the poems that the speaker had caged in their minds when they wanted to scream out but chose to stay silent.”

Сказка об Ð?ване Ð?Ñ?ковиÑ?е (Russian Edition)

by АнаÑ?олий АлександÑ?овиÑ? Ð?Ñ?янÑ?анинов

Ð?оэма АнаÑ?олия АлександÑ?овиÑ?а Ð?Ñ?янÑ?анинова (1839â??1918), впеÑ?вÑ?е опÑ?бликованная в 1885 годÑ?.

Love Him Wildly As He Drinks Whiskey

by LM Blake

“love him wildly
as he drinks whiskey”
is a poetry collection
written by a woman
to tell men
what they’re thinking
and behave
since modern
male poets
have the nerve
to speak for women.

One night stand

by Steve Price

The lyrics in this book are about things I see, hear and feel. A phrase said can inspire a deed done will get me thinking. I write quickly and seldom will change a lyric. Words are a release for me, from the daily grind of hatred that goes on in this world. Please enjoy

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