Poetry is alive and vibrant. These books speak universally in a voice that appeals to those who seek the truth about the human condition. These are not pretty poems about flowers and sunsets. The beauty lies in their truth.
A collection of poetry by award winning author Charles W Harvey. Reissued from the popular When Dogs Bark. These poems tell the unvarnished truth. They are not about daffodils or a walk in the park. They speak of the grittiness of love and touch the underbelly. A few might have you rushing to the refrigerator for your favorite cucumber.
A short collection of poems from Charles W Harvey. This collection captures the spirit of the 1960's and takes us through the 1990's. They are terse, funny, and bluesy. But most important the voice is real.
Poetry from the award winning Poet and fiction Writer Charles W. Harvey. These are not religious poems nor Bible verses. These poems hit you right between the eyes. They are right in your face and offer no sugar coating or apologies. Don't be fooled by the title.
Edgar, an aging transvestite can't find any satisfaction. A poem about the dichotomy of possession, love, and hate that sometimes afflicts and confounds all men. A deep poem that requires much of the reader to go between the lines.
We Are Here, is meant to celebrate all that is good and truthful about the lives of gay men and women. We hope this poem serves as an anthem and beacon of hope. Marriage may be here or on the horizon for many, but there is still a long ways to go in terms of acceptance. Enjoy, recite, and share.
From the scalding hot story The 520i to the ubiquitous When Dogs Bark and its award winning Cheeseburger (PEN/Southwest Discovery Prize 1987) this book will keep you turning the pages. When Dogs Bark 2 is an exciting reprint of WHEN DOGS BARK by Charles W. Harvey in ebook and soft cover formats. The new When Dogs Bark 2 has new stories and new poetry to make you go "hmm."
"A very elegant poem"
Open doors leads a man's wife to discover his infidelity. This poem captures the contradictions of love and lust. Has Maura's life with Sidney been a glass half full or half empty? How long will she hold on to her lust unrequited?